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ZK Racing take on the Thai heat in Moto3

Friday – Practice

“First of all, today the results are good. In FP1, I had a good pace and was in P7. In the beginning of FP2, I struggled with the bike because my team made changes to it. This made me less confident with the bike, as when I pulled the throttle, there was a lot of movement in the bike. Despite my lack of confidence, I tried to adapt to these changes and managed to set the same lap time as in FP1. I am happy with these results, and I need to focus more on FP3 tomorrow to stay in Q2. I believe I can set a lap time of 1:42.”

FREE PRACTICE 1

1. Jaume Masia, Leopard Racing, (1:42.318)
2. Diogo Moreira, MT Helmets-MSI, (1:42.561) +0.243
3. Ryusei Yamanaka, GASGAS Aspar Team, (1:42.745) +0.427
4. David Alonso, GASGAS Aspar Team, (1:42.944) +0.626
5. Ayumu Sasaki, Liqui Moly Husqvarna IntactGP, (1:43.060) +0.626
7. Syarifuddin Azman, MT Helmets – MSI, (1:43.106) +0.788

FREE PRACTICE 2

1 Jaume Masia, Leopard Racing, (1:42.319)
2. David Alonso, GASGAS Aspar Team, (1:42.430) +0.111
3. Diogo Moreira, MT Helmets-MSI, (1:42.555) +0.236
4. Collin Veijer, Liqui Moly Husqvarna Intact GP, (1:42.628) +0.309
5. Ryusei Yamanaka, GASGAS Aspar Team, (1:42.846) +0.527
11. Syarifuddin Azman, MT Helmets – MSI, (1:43.122) +0.80

Saturday – Qualifying

“During the FP3 session, I changed the bike setup to what I used in FP1. I felt better and was able to improve my lap times. In the QP session, I struggled with the bike, and the weather was very hot. My team made some changes that made me less confident in the bike. Nonetheless, I’m pleased with today’s results because from the start of FP1 and FP2, I managed to maintain my position in the top 11. I need to focus more and give it my all for tomorrow’s race, which will start in P20. I’ll take this as an opportunity to overtake other riders in the points standings. So, let’s see, and I’ll enjoy the race tomorrow.”

FREE PRACTICE 3

1. Deniz Oncu, Red Bull KTM Ajo, (1:41.907)
2. Diogo Moreira, MT Helmets – MSI, (1:41.932) +0.025
3. Ryusei Yamanaka, GASGAS Aspar Team, (1:42.034) +0.127
4. Jaume Masia, Leopard Racing, (1:42.144) +0.237
5. Collin Veijer, Liqui Moly Husqvarna Intact GP, (1:42.210) +0.303
16. Syarifuddin Azman, MT Helmets – MSI, (1:42.677) +0.770

QUALIFYING

1. Deniz Oncu, Red Bull KTM Ajo, (1:42.061)
2. Diogo Moreira, MT Helmets – MSI, (1:42.118) +0.057
3. Ayumu Sasaki, Liqui Moly Husqvarna Intact GP, (1:42.119) +0.058
4. Ryusei Yamanaka, GASGAS Aspar Team, (1:42.225) +0.164
5. Collin Veijer, Liqui Moly Husqvarna Intact GP, (1:42.318) +0.257
20. Syarifuddin Azman, MT Helmets – MSI, (1:43.483) +1.422

Sunday – Race

“First of all, I would like to thank the team that worked tirelessly and hard this week. At the beginning of today’s race, I struggled with the bike and tried to maintain my position, but I couldn’t be in the best position from the start of the race. I need to reset and focus more on the next race in Malaysia, my home race. I need to give my best in front of all my fans and motorcycle racing fans in Malaysia.”

RACE

1. David Alonso, Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team.
2. Taiyo Furusato, Honda Team Asia, +0.266
3. Collin Veijer, Liqui Moly Husqvarna Intact GP, +0.359
4. Jaume Masia, Leopard Racing, +0.382
5. Deniz Oncu, Red Bull KTM Aj0, 0.557
24. Syarifuddin Azman, MT Helmets – MSI, +33.894

OVERALL STANDINGS

1. Jaume Masia, Leopard Racing (230 points)
2. Ayumu Sasaki, Liqui Moly Husqvarna Intact GP (213 points)
3. David Alonso, Gaviota GASGAS Aspar Team (205 points)
4. Daniel Holgado, Red Bull KTM Tech3 (205 points)
5. Deniz Oncu, Red Bull KTM Ajo (191 points)
27. Syarifuddin Azman, MT Helmets – MSI (5 points)

Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup

Farish Hafiy

RACE 1

1. Jakkreephat Phuettisan, THA.
2. Shinya Ezawa, JPN, +0.160
3. Amon Odaki, JPN, +0.225
4. Zen Mitani, JPN +0.737
5. Veda Pratama, INA, +0.873
DNF. Farish Hafiy, MAL.

RACE 2

1. Veda Pratama, INA.
2. Amon Odaki, JPN, +0.091
3. Jakkreephat Phuettisan, THA, +0.217
4. Ryota Ogiwara, JPN +0.319
5. Riichi Takahira, JPN, +0.549
6. Farish Hafiy, MAL, +19.897

Farres Putra

RACE 1

1. Jakkreephat Phuettisan, THA.
2. Shinya Ezawa, JPN, +0.160
3. Amon Odaki, JPN, +0.225
4. Zen Mitani, JPN +0.737
5. Veda Pratama, INA, +0.873
12. Farres Putra, MAL, +26.410

RACE 2

1. Veda Pratama, INA.
2. Amon Odaki, JPN, +0.091
3. Jakkreephat Phuettisan, THA, +0.217
4. Ryota Ogiwara, JPN +0.319
5. Riichi Takahira, JPN, +0.549
8. Farres Putra, MAL, +11.098

Ahmad Darwisy

RACE 1

1. Jakkreephat Phuettisan, THA.
2. Shinya Ezawa, JPN, +0.160
3. Amon Odaki, JPN, +0.225
4. Zen Mitani, JPN +0.737
5. Veda Pratama, INA, +0.873
13. Ahmad Darwisy, MAL, +40.121

RACE 2

1. Veda Pratama, INA.
2. Amon Odaki, JPN, +0.091
3. Jakkreephat Phuettisan, THA, +0.217
4. Ryota Ogiwara, JPN +0.319
5. Riichi Takahira, JPN, +0.549
16. Ahmad Darwisy, MAL, +26.320

Adi Putra

RACE 1

1. Jakkreephat Phuettisan, THA.
2. Shinya Ezawa, JPN, +0.160
3. Amon Odaki, JPN, +0.225
4. Zen Mitani, JPN +0.737
5. Veda Pratama, INA, +0.873
17. Adi Putra, MAL, +40.856

RACE 2

1. Veda Pratama, INA.
2. Amon Odaki, JPN, +0.091
3. Jakkreephat Phuettisan, THA, +0.217
4. Ryota Ogiwara, JPN +0.319
5. Riichi Takahira, JPN, +0.549
17. Adi Putra, MAL, +26.611

OVERALL STANDINGS

1. Veda Pratama, INA (181 points)
2. Jakkreephat Phuettisan, THA (107 points)
3. Zen Mitani, JPN (101 points)
4. Amon Odaki, JPN (101 points)
5. Riichi Takahira, JPN (91 points)
8. Farish Hafiy, MAL (54 points)
10. Farres Putra, MAL (52 points)
14. Ahmad Darwisy, MAL (26 points)

22. Adi Putra, MAL (5 points)

Posted on Monday, October 30th, 2023 in News

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