aRacer ARRC Battle Report:The fourth stop–Suzuka International Circuit, Japan
Data:2019-07-19

aRacer ARRC Battle Report:The fourth stop–Suzuka International Circuit, Japan

 

The fourth stop of ARRC was at the Suzuka International Circuit in Japan. The two-day competition went through dry ground and wet ground, and it was a tough test to adjust and set the vehicles for technicians and riders. Several motorcycle models entered the competition of the AP250 class, including HONDA CBR250RR, YAMAHA YZF-R25 and KAWASAKI Ninja250. All the motorcycles of the AP250 class use the aRacer ECU, and nearly 95% of the motorcycles of the UB150 class also use the aRacer ECU.

 

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The setting for dry ground is totally different from the setting for the wet ground, so it will test the settings of technicians and riders.

 

aRacer ECU has already become the dedicated brand of ECU for the unified specification competitions all over the world. In Asia, including YAMAHA Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, HONDA Indonesia, Philippines, India and other unified specification competitions all uniquely specifies to use aRacer ECU. This also makes aRacer become the third ECU manufacturer that provides uniform specification ECU for competitions, while the other two are Magneti Marelli ECU that is used in MotoGP's, and DELLORTO ECU that is used in Moto3. These competitions all use uniform ECUs on different brands of motorcycles.

 

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The AP250 class uses aRacer's uniform specification ECU.

 

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In addition to uniform specification competitions, most teams at other classes also use the aRacer ECU.

 

AP250 race results at the Japan stop

 

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The champion was won by KAWASAKI rider Andy Muhammad Fadly (#108).

 

Race1:
NO.1:Manual Tech KYT KAWASAKI Racing(KAWASAKI Ninja250)
NO.2:ASTRA HONDA Racing Team(HONDA CBR250RR)
NO.3:ONEXOX TKKR SAG Team(YAMAHA YZF-R25)

 

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Andy Muhammad Fadly (#108) has won the top 3 prize in both Race 1 and Race 2.

 

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Riding the HONDA CBR250RR, Awhin Sanjaya (#16) won the championship in the rain.

 

Race2:
NO.1:ASTRA HONDA Racing Team(HONDA CBR250RR)
NO.2:ASTRA HONDA Racing Team(HONDA CBR250RR)
NO.3:Manual Tech KYT KAWASAKI Racing(KAWASAKI Ninja250)

 

Riding the Ninja250, KAWASAKI rider Andy Muhammad Fadly (#108) took another crown at the Suzuka International Circuit in Japan. After the competition in Japan, at this moment, Andy Muhammad Fadly is still first in the rankings, with 127 points. Riding the HONDA CBR250RR, the runner-up of Japan stop is Irfan Ardiansyah (#16), and his score temporarily ranked at the second place, with a difference of 23 points from the first place. Because of the rain, the circuit was wet and slippery, as many as 11 riders did not finish Race 2.

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Rafid Topan (#911) who rode the CBR250RR originally took the lead but did not finish the race.

 

 

UB150 race results at the Japan stop

 

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In Race 1, Gupita Kresna Wardhana (#23) and teammate captured the crown and the runner-up.

 

Race1:
NO.1:SND Factory Racing Rapido
NO.2:SND Factory Racing Rapido
NO.3:ONEXOX TKKR SAG Racing Team

 

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The champion and the runner-up rushed through the finish line with the difference of 0.046 second, so it was almost at the same time and very exciting.

 

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Aldi Satya Mahendra (#570) won the championship in the rain.

 

Race2:
NO.1:YAMAHA Racing Indonesia
NO.2:RCB ACCENTWIRE YAMAHA YYPANG Racing Team
NO.3:ONEXOX TKKR SAG Racing Team

 

Wawan Wello (#38) won the runner-up of Race 1 with a difference of 0.046 second. He lost the rainy competition in Race 2 the next day because he didn't finish the game, but he still ranked first in the current rankings with 71 points. In Race 1, even the ground was dry, there were 9 riders who could not finish the race of the UB150, and under the bad weather of Race 2, the number of the riders who could not finish the race increased to 14. However, even competing in the rain, the difference between the top three was within 0.326 second, the competition was still quite fierce.

 

 

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Md Agung Fachrul (#69) had a good position during the competition, but ended up losing the game.