Kasma Danial Kasmayudin of YAMAHA GEN BLU RACING TEAM ASEAN was in great control of his machine as he made his way to set the fastest time in the MSBK1000 A class of the Malaysia Superbike Championship.

Kasma who appeared third last season overall with 110 points made the fastest time when he clocked in at 2’08:132s aboard the Yamaha YZF-R1 with a gap of 1.291s.

Commenting on the session, Kasma said, “During the free practice earlier, I was merely managing my expectations and experimenting on the new setup of the machine. We did not have a specific target but most importantly is fine tuning the setup of the machine for tomorrow’s qualifying session. I hope to get the pole position for sure which will contribute to an easier race.”

Coming in at the second fastest was Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman of HORIZON RACING TEAM, logging in at 2’09:423s.

At third fastest spot, it was Ahmad Daniel Haiqal of MME RACING TEAM who made it at 2’13:840s.

For the MSBK1000 B class, Osama Mareai made the fastest at 2’17:047s.

Commenting on the race, Osama said, “I don’t feel so good because I was confident that I could have performed much better than this. We are still finding new ways to solve the brake problems. I had a big crash yesterday at one of the turns. So currently, we are testing the bikes and the brakes and hoping for the best. My plan is to win the race and I hope to make it. Wish me luck!”

In second fastest place, it was Teo Yew Joe of SAVATAR team, logging in at 2’17:778s.

At the third fastest spot, Khoo Chee Yen of MOBILUB SUZUKI RACING TEAM marked at 2’17:923s.



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