Over the years, the Underbone 150cc has never failed to intrigue fans with its needs for technical dexterity and smart moves. Murobbil Vithoni of LFN HP969 Indonesia Racing Team is brushing up on his performance for Round 4 of the FIM Asia Road Racing Championship which will be held at the Sepang International Circuit this weekend.

Murobbil has definitely had a sweet taste of success on the podium when he took the third place in Race 2 at the Chang International Circuit. However, UB150 being a tough one in nature did not make it easy on his endeavours to retain his momentum. Throughout this season, Murobbil was seen trying to fine tune his moves among the huge troop of riders nevertheless it was no easy feat. After three rounds, he managed to position himself at the eighth spot overall.

On his performances, Murobbil said, “ARRC has definitely changed over the years. There are greater challenges coupled with more robust riders. The biggest challenge in the UB150 category is the competition. It is about putting on a good fight.”

Based on my performances, I understand that I need to pay more attention on exploring the character of the machine. Although I do not rely on fast machines, it is important to know the machine well so that I can make the most of it. That way, I would also be able to fine tune my strategies for each different circuit.”

The Indonesian rider who strides aboard the Yamaha MX King 150 is no stranger to the game. His participation in the race category in the last few years has garnered him valuable experiences required to perform in the highly competitive ride. Nevertheless, every circuit brings with it a different set of challenges for its rider and mastering it essentially would be key to a winning moment.

Commenting on the last race, Murobbil said, “The race at Sugo was quite a good one. Personally, I did a lot of laps on that circuit during that weekend and I managed to get hold of the layout. While the circuit was quite hilly, it was not as technical as the other circuits, in my opinion.”

“For the upcoming race, I am working on my physique and my mental capacity to stay focused and to keep trying. Also, it is crucial to obtain more data for the machine than the previous rounds. With that, I hope that I would be able to produce better results for the team, achieve more points and perhaps a place on the podium.”

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