2017 Asia Road Racing Championship

Latest Race Results & News

2017/04/15 Asia Road Racing Championship Round 2 results.

Azlan Shah Does the Double!

About the Asia Road Racing Championship

The Asia Road Racing Championship, recognised by the FIM (International Motorcycling Federation), travels to various Asian countries. The season consists of six rounds of two races each. In the top class, SuperSports 600cc, races are contended by production-based machines powered by 4-stroke 2-cylinder engines displacing 600cc-750cc, 3-cylinder engines displacing 500cc-675cc, or 4-cylinder engines displacing 400cc-600cc. Because race machine modifications are limited, race performance is seen as a reflection of the performance of production counterparts, contributing to the popularity of this Asian series.

Team & Rider(s)

Manual-Tech KYT Kawasaki

Haji Ahmad Yudhistira #33
[SuperSports 600cc]

Date of Birth: 30 April, 1993
Nationality: Indonesian

Career Highlights
2016 8th Asia Road Racing Championship, SuperSports 600cc
1st Indonesia Race Series, SS600 class
2015 3rd Asia Road Racing Championship, SuperSports 600cc
1st Indonesia Race Series, SS600 class
2014 7th Asia Road Racing Championship, SuperSports 600cc
1st Indonesia Race Series, SS600 class
2013 12th Asia Road Racing Championship, SuperSports 600cc
2012 6th Asia Road Racing Championship, Underbone 115cc
1st INDOPRIX, IP125
2nd INDOPRIX, IP110
Haji Ahmad Yudhistira

Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman #25
[SuperSports 600cc]

Date of Birth: 1 October, 1984
Nationality: Malaysian

Career Highlights
2016 3rd Asia Road Racing Championship, SuperSports 600cc
2015 23rd MotoGP, Moto2 Class
2014 Competed in MotoGP, Moto2 Class
2013 1st Asia Road Racing Championship, SuperSports 600cc
Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman

Andy Muhammad Fadly #108
[Asia Production 250cc]

Date of Birth: 5 April, 2000
Nationality: Indonesian

Career Highlights
2016 21st Asia Road Racing Championship, SuperSports 600cc
2015 13th Asia Road Racing Championship, Asia Production 250cc
2014 1st Motoprix, 125 Region 2
Andy Muhammad Fadly

Machine(s)

Ninja ZX-6R

Race Machine

Production Model

Ninja ZX-6R

With the goal of winning races, the Ninja ZX-6R was designed to be the quickest bike on the circuit. The strong mid-range torque of its liquid-cooled, 4-stroke DOHC 16-valve In-Line Four engine delivers powerful acceleration coming out of corners. Its BPF (Big Piston Front fork), superb brake system and a back-torque limiter all contribute to supreme stability on the brakes.


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Championship Standings

2017 Asia Road Racing Championship

Pos. No. Rider Machine Total R1
04/02
R2
04/15
R3
06/04
R4
08/13
R5
10/08
R6
12/03
1 25 Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman Kawasaki 83 13 20 25 25                
2 23 Taiga Hada Honda 55 20 25 10              
3 21 Md Zaqhwan Zaidi Honda 54 25 13 16          
4 33 Ahmad Yudhistira Kawasaki 51 9 13 16 13          
5 76 Yuki Ito Yamaha 43 16 5 11 11            
6 65 Chalermpol Polamai Yamaha 39 10 6 20 3            
7 16 Irfan Ardiansyah Honda 35 8 16 9 2            
8 24 Decha Kraisart Yamaha 34 11 3 20              
9 104 Tatsuya Yamaguchi Honda 30 5 9 8 8          
10 59 Ratthapong Wilairot Honda 28 11 10 7            
11 634 Teppei Nagoe Honda 25 7 8 5 5            
12 17 Sena Yamada Honda 23 6 7 6 4              
13 41 Noriyuki Haga Yamaha 20 4 10 6          
14 64 Keminth Kubo Yamaha 16 7 9        
15 19 Aaron Morris Yamaha 7 3 4        
16 69 Shankar Sarath Kumar Honda 7 2 2 3    
17 82 Ayumu Tanaka Yamaha 5 4 1        
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