aRacer ARRC Battle Report:The sixth stop–Sepang international Racing Circuit, Malaysia
Data:2020-03-27

The sixth stop of ARRC was held on September 21, 2019 at Sepang international Racing
Circuit, Malaysia, and this was the penultimate stop of ARRC. For earning more points,
all teams will definitely fight hard. HONDA CBR250RR, YAMAHA YZF-R25 and KAWASAKI
Ninja250 all participated the AP250 class, and all the motorcycles of the AP250 class used
unified aRacer ECU, and nearly 95% of the motorcycles of the UB150 class also used the aRacer ECU.



 

The race was very intense that day.
 


 

The race at Sepang international Racing Circuit, Malaysia, was the penultimate stop of ARRC.

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,
the strength of aRacer from Taiwan cannot be underestimated.
 


 

aRacer team set the computer for the rider from Taiwan.

This time, the Taiwanese rider William Chiang joined the wild card team to test the water
of the competition. However, because the motorcycle that he used was a racing motorcycle
from last year and its performance was quite different from the current model, his grade was
not good enough to get into the intermediate level. We hope the racer from Taiwan can get
good results at one fell swoop next year.


 

The Taiwanese rider William Chiang joined the wild card team to test the water of the competition.
 


 

The motorcycle that he used was a racing motorcycle from last year and its performance
was quite different from the current model, so his grade wasn’t great.

 

AP250 race results at the Malaysia stop

 

Race1:

NO.1:ASTRA HONDA Racing Team(HONDA CBR250RR)

NO.2:A.P. HONDA Racing Thailand(HONDA CBR250RR)

NO.3:Bike Corner SYS KYT Racing Team(HONDA CBR250RR)

 

 


 

Irfan Ardiansyah (#16) won the champion in Race1.

 

Race2:

NO.1:Bike Corner SYS KYT Racing Team(HONDA CBR250RR)

NO.2:Manual Tech KYT KAWASAKI Racing(KAWASAKI Ninja250)

NO.3:ONEXOX TKKR SAG Racing Team(YAMAHA YZF-R25)

 


 

Awhin Sanjaya (#198) won the champion in Race 2.

 

After finishing the races in Malaysia, HONDA driver Irfan Ardiansyah (#16) won Race 1
and was at the fifth place in Race 2, he scored 36 points at this stop. At this moment,
his total points were 176 points and that was same as the points of Andy Muhammad
Fadly (#108), who was the runner-up in both Race 1 and Race 2 in Malaysia. The scores
of the third place and the fourth place were also very close, so the competitions at
Buriram, the last stop of ARRC, will be extremely tense. You will never know who the
winner is until the last moment.

 


 

The next game will be extremely tense.

 

UB150 race results at the Malaysia stop

 

Race1:

NO.1:UMA Racing YAMAHA Maju Motor Asia Team(YAMAHA Y15 ZR)

NO.2:ONEXOX TKKR SAG Racing Team(YAMAHA Y15 ZR)

NO.3:Cardinals Racing Team(YAMAHA Y15 ZR)

 


 

Md Akid Aziz (#13) won the champion in Race 1.

 

Race2:

NO.1:UMA Racing YAMAHA Maju Motor Asia Team(YAMAHA Y15 ZR)

NO.2:ONEXOX TKKR SAG Racing Team(YAMAHA Y15 ZR)

NO.3:YAMAHA Racing INDONESIA(MX King 150)

 


 

Md Haziq Md Fairues (#27) won the champion in Race 2.
 

In Race 1, Md Akid Aziz (#13) won the champion with the difference of 0.117 second,
but he was at the 13th place in Race 2. Md Haziq Md Fairues (#27) won the champion
in Race 2, but he was at the fourth place in Race 1. At this moment, the top three racers
on the leading board were Md Akid Aziz (#13), Mckinley Kyle Paz (#123) and Md Haziq
Md Fairues (#27), and Md Akid Aziz’s score was 119 points.