Darryl O'Young's attempt to crown a brilliant year with a win in the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia came up short yesterday when he finished fourth in Macau. The Hong Kong driver had already sealed the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia Championship but dearly wanted to win in Macau for his Hong Kong fans. However, Englishman Danny Watts, starting on pole, put in a faultless drive and streaked away to lead from start to finish. O'Young could not improve on his fourth position on the grid although with two laps to go he did, very briefly, move into third place at the Lisboa bend only to immediately relinquish it when he banged against a barrier. 'It was a very frustrating race,' O'Young said. 'I was quicker than the guys in front of me, it was just so difficult to overtake, but that's Macau. 'I think I could have challenged Danny and given him a race but I couldn't get into the position to do it. I'd no chance to improve my place after I hit the barrier because it knocked off the alignment of my car and my challenge was over. 'It's disappointing not to do well in Macau for Hong Kong, but I've still had seven wins this year so I can't complain.' O'Young may have not made the podium but top prize for best crash of the weekend must go to another Hong Kong driver, Mathew Marsh, in the same event. Marsh got as far as the first corner in the race when he hurtled wide, hit the barrier and was sent spinning back into the incoming traffic. In the resulting carnage, Marsh badly damaged his own car and put four others out of the race.