VIETNAMESE RIDER STAY OPTIMISTIC FOR SEPANG

Nguyen Anh Tuan of HONDA Racing Team is learning the ropes and is optimistic about his ride at Round 2 of the FIM Asia Road Racing Championship.

The Vietnamese rider who rides the Honda Winner 150 logged in 8th in Race 1 and 13th in Race 2. Anh Tuan first took the scene of the ARRC in the last round of 2019. Prior to that, he was actively striding in the Vietnam Motor Racing Championship (VMRC) where he reigned as champion for year 2017-2019.

Keeping his chin up, Anh Tuan said, “The ARRC is a whole new battlefield for me. While Round 1 was an exciting experience, it was not an easy feat as these Underbone riders have earned their strength and reputation through years of experience. I try to pick up as much as I can from them to fast track my moves.”

Commenting on the race at Sepang, he said, “I am a bundle of nerves when it comes to racing in Sepang as there will be many dexterous Malaysian riders nevertheless, I am gearing up through practices and fitness trainings. I believe that it would be a good race.”

Commenting on the race, team manager, Do Thai Son said, “We are doing our best to equip our riders with the confidence they need when riding on the machine. Hence, a more powerful engine and a greater stability.”

“Our aim is to progressively enhance the skills and performances of our riders. It is not an over- night achievement but with continuous learning and improvement, we hope to obtain better results. The race at Sepang would be tough yet a good one.”

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