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ZK Racing head to Portugal for the FIM JuniorGP Championship

The FIM JuniorGP championship is back for the fourth round, which will be held at the famous Autodromo Internacional de Algarve in Portugal. The Autodromo Internacional de Algarve, often known as Portimão, has a length of 4692 km with 15 corners and significant altitude variations.

After four weeks of rest from the JuniorGP race, the team and riders are excited to return to the grid. These 4 weeks have allowed everyone to be ready, for the intense race in Portugal.

Hakim Danish and Danial Syahmi both dream of winning their first podium in the JuniorGP category and have made good preparations before the start of this fourth round.

For the JuniorGP category, we will have 2 races this round.

The live broadcast will only be available on Race Day (Sunday) and you can watch it live on FIM JuniorGP’s YouTube & Facebook page.

“In the fourth round of this round in Portimao I have two races. My preparations are better than before, I’ve been training in Tarragona, Spain. I think I’m better physically than before. In this race at Portimao, I dream of getting my first podium in the JuniorGP. My goal is to keep fighting in the front group and give great competition in the front group. I hope all Malaysians wish me success here.”


“My preparations for this weekend are all done in Malaysia. Where I do motorcycle training, gym, and running. I’m ready for this fourth round at Portimao. My hope is to compete in the front group and try to get my first podium. I need to keep my focus and I’ll do my very best. I hope everyone will my support this week.”

Zulfahmi Khairuddin

“This week is the fourth round of the JuniorGP. Honestly, we’re still chasing our first podium with Hakim Danish and Danial Syahmi. Hakim Danish is in a competitive position, always fighting in the front group in the last three rounds but for Danial Syahmi we need to improve his speed so that he sits in the front group. I admit, in the circuit of Barcelona there’s a shortage of speed if we see from a rough eye on Danish’s bike. But I believe, after we’ve done a team analysis, Hakim Danish’s bike is just like the other KTM bikes. Only Hakim Danish’s exit corner needs to be better so he can carry speed on the straight better. For Danial Syahmi, I will try to help and encourage Danial to be more competitive from the first day of this practice session at Portimao. Overall, I am confident in the potential of Hakim Danish and Danial Syahmi and I hope we can finish the race this week in a better position than before.”

Posted on Thursday, June 20th, 2024 in News

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