Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman of HORIZON RACING TEAM hit the jackpot towards the last lap as he took the first spot on the podium in MSBK1000 A Class, Race 2 of the Superbike Malaysia Championship.

Azlan was off to a good start as the race flagged off, taking the P1 when his ultimate rival fumbled to find his pace slipping into P2. While Azlan held the position firmly in the first lap, Kasma was not about to be defeated. He began picking up speed and by lap 2, Kasma closed the gap and grabbed the P1.

For the remaining 7 laps, Kasma relentlessly pushed beyond the limits to pick up speed as he confidently strode his way ahead of his contender in P2. Azlan was left far behind with an almost 11-second gap.

However, luck was not on Kasma’s side when he began showing signs of a technical issue with his machine towards the last two turns. It was an opportunity to strike for Azlan as he quickly geared up to make his move past Kasma.

Azlan completed Race 2 fastest when he clocked in at 21’45:080s.

Commenting on the race, “The race was an exciting one. I tried to keep up my pace nevertheless, Kasma is fast, undoubtedly. By the last four laps, I faced a little bit of technical issues with my machine. I can’t believe that Kasma let me win. It was definitely a surprise. Thanks, Kasma.”

“I hope the machine will be sought out before Race 3 so that we can get back on the circuit and have a fulfilling one.”

Kasma Daniel Kasmayuddin of YAMAHA GEN BLU RACING TEAM ASEAN took one spot down on the podium at 21’46:801s.

In third place, Ahmad Daniel Haiqal concluded at 21’46:953s.



 MSBK1000 A Class

  1. Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman, HORIZON RACING TEAM, 21’45:080s
  2. Kasma Daniel Kasmayuddin, YAMAHA GEN BLU RACING TEAM ASEAN, 21’46:801
  3. Ahmad Daniel Haiqal, 21’46:953s
  4. Rajini Krishnan, RACR CASTROL POWER 1 ULTIMATE, 22’51:386s



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