MotoGP Series is Back: Khairul Leads the Malaysian Charge


This one shall be a short entry of article in our supports to the MotoGP calendar getting back on track in Czech Republic. Lot’s of things to watch from the top riders of the sports along with the local talents that we have over in Moto2 and Moto3. In qualifying, it was Khairul Idham Pawi who lead the Malaysian camp to a respectable qualifying position. Clocking the time in lower of 2:03s seems to put him closer to the top 10. Hafizh followed through in just a thousands of a second behind Khairul. In Moto3, Adam seems to be struggling a little bit compared to his top 3 result in FP2 earlier. Japanese teammate Ayumu Sasaki will be starting in P11 and seems to be in great form to challenge for a top 5 finish if he remains consistent with the leader’s group.

The story will be different in MotoGP as the former champion Marc Marquez seems to be the only rider who breaks the 1:54s barrier followed closely by the doctor, Valentino Rossi. The rising star of Movistar Yamaha team Maverick Vinnales couldn’t get a better position to start the race today to sit behind Jorge Lorenzo in the Ducati. It will be interesting to see how everyone will fair in the GP of Czech Republic following their month long summer break. From the writing desk of Malaysian Riders, we will be focusing our support towards the local riders competing in the series and we urge everyone to take a similar action even if our riders aren’t doing s well as we hope for.


Moto3 race will kick off the show today at 5PM local time with live coverage on Fox Sports channel available across all the paid television services. Share with us who you’ll think will win the MotoGP race today and maybe a lucky guesser will win a motorcycle branded merchandise that we have in our stock.


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