Hong Kong's Darryl O'Young claimed his second podium finish in the Porsche Infineon Carrera Cup Asia after he was promoted to third place in round four of the series at the sun-baked Bira circuit in Thailand yesterday. The 25-year-old Team Jebsen racer crossed the finish line fourth behind Thailand's Vutthikorn Inthraphuvasak, but the emerging Thai star was handed a penalty by race stewards for ignoring a yellow flag. 'I should have finished third any way because I backed up when I saw the yellow flag after a car had spun and Vutthikorn carried on and was slapped with a 30-second penalty,' O'Young said. O'Young's other podium this season came in the first round at Sepang in Malaysia when he placed second. O'Young returned to the track to finish fifth in round five, also staged at the Bira track yesterday. Last month O'Young was named as a co-driver, along with Matthew Marsh, in the Hong Kong entry for the 2006 Le Mans 24-hour race. Marsh, the reigning champion in the Porsche Infineon Carrera Cup Asia, failed to fire yesterday, managing only a fourth place in round four and sixth in round five. Charoensukhawatana Nattavude of Thailand of China's SCC Racing Team won both rounds to consolidate his lead in the standings. Meanwhile, Hong Kong teenager Ross Jamison finished third in round one of the Asian Karting Open Championship near Manila.