Two Vietnamese drivers reached the Top 10 speed races according to FIA standards

Two Vietnamese drivers, Nguyen Hong Vinh and Truong Nam Thanh from Redline Racing Team, competed in the MUBA Auto Gymkhana Cup 2019 according to FIA standards and achieved very impressive achievements.

The 2019 MUBA Auto Gymkhana Cup race takes place from November 30 to December 1, 2019 in Indonesia. Auto Gymkhana is a new racing format recognized by the FIA ​​and included in the list of racing tournaments managed by the International Racing Association. With short and tight race tracks, speeds not exceeding 100km/h, and not requiring too big cars to participate, Auto Gymkhana quickly received support from Asia, Oceania, and even Europe.

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Participating in the 2019 MUBA Auto Gymkhana Cup race includes 28 drivers from Indonesia, Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, India, Brunei and Vietnam.

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Representing Vietnam are 2 riders from Redline Racing Team including rider Nguyen Hong Vinh and rider Truong Nam Thanh.

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The race took place at Indonesia’s Skyland international racetrack. To promote driving skills, which is the number 1 element of the Auto Gymkhana racing format, all racers use the same type of vehicle, the right-hand drive version.

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In this race, racer Nguyen Hong Vinh from Vietnam excellently overcame the unfamiliar obstacle of using a right-hand drive vehicle, reaching number 9 out of a total of 28 racers.

In addition, in the Team racing section (2 cars from the same team running together, requiring good combined driving skills), Vietnam also finished 8th out of 14 teams.

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Reaching the Top 10 in a speed race according to FIA standards is not at all easy, but this time Vietnamese drivers were lucky to create a boost for racing in Vietnam.

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Previously, in July 2019, three Redline Racing Team drivers, Nguyen Hong Vinh, Truong Nam Thanh and Nguyen Duc Duy, also participated in Round 1 of the Asia Auto Gymkhana Championship (AAGC) 2019. This is a series of tournaments. initiated by the International Racing Association FIA with the aim of developing motosport throughout Asia. The tournament with many races is held in many countries such as India, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand… In which, the first round of AAGC 2019 takes place in Yogyakarta city, Indonesia.

By participating in Asian racing events, it can be said that Vietnam is gradually integrating into the common home of international racing. At the same time, with the right investment, we can hope for the outstanding development of Vietnamese racing as well as look forward to an F1 racer from Vietnam.

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Trang Nguyen (Forum.autodaily.vn)

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