Muzakkir Mohamed Puts Everything on the Table

image credited to ARRC official
image credited to ARRC official

This is it says the 24 year old rider of BikeART Racing Kawasaki as he heads out for the final round of the Asia Road Racing Championship round 6 in Thailand. Our reporting team in Malaysian Riders had a quick chat with the man and finds out more about his target in the final round and we also asked about his plans for the 2017 season.

“Everything or nothing, that will be my plan for this final round; I really want to show my capabilities and for that I won’t be holding back even for just a second” says the BikeART Racing Kawasaki rider to us when we asked him of his target and plan for the final round of 2016 ARRC. He further shares his confident following from his current physical condition which was said to be his best of the year so far and that will play an important role to focus on getting a good pace in the circuit of Buriram.

Muzakkir or better known as Muz among his peers was hard at work in his training which he consistently does alongside Malaysia’s motorcycle racing darling; Zulfahmi Khairuddin. “Riding technique and my physical fitness were always my number one focus when it comes to my training and to do it with one of Malaysia’s best rider is such a privilege. With that, I am more confident and feels better to perform my best in Thailand this coming weekend” says Muzakkir as he further elaborated on his preparation for the final round of ARRC 2016.

image credited to ARRC official
image credited to ARRC official

The Sepang based rider also said that the final round will be crucial to him as he wants to impress the Asian Road Racing Championship paddock with his performance to increase the chance of securing a future in the Asian level of motorcycle racing. At the moment, Muzzakir will not be commenting in detail on his plan for 2017 as he has a few options but everything seems to be floating in a grey area where nothing is confirmed. Muzakkir who was a former Supersports B champion in the Malaysia Superbike Championship (formerly known as Malaysia Super Series) express his hope to have everything settled following his return from Thailand.

“I just want to say a huge thank you to both of my racing team for the great opportunity given to me this year, and of course to my family and friends for being very supportive to my career” says Muzakkir as he concludes the quick chat our team had with him just before his flight to Thailand. He also mentions that he is grateful to the support by all his sponsors this year such as Alpinestars, Shark Helmets and Automoto. Muzakkir Mohamed will be competing in the AP250 category in the Asia Road Racing Championship on board the Ninja 250R of BikeART Racing Kawasaki team. He also concluded his season in Malaysian Cubprix with the team Cardinals KC Racing Koyoko in which he was ranked 14th out of 40 competing riders in the 2016 season.

Asia Road Racing Championship can be watched live between 3rd and 4th of December 2016 2PM local time (Malaysia) across participating channels such as Fox Sports Asia.


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