ARRC 2019 Stage 4: Honda Racing Vietnam has the first score in the UB150 category

At the end of Race 2, stage 4 of ARRC 2019 taking place at Suzuka racetrack (Japan), rider Nguyen Vu Thanh (#99) of Honda Racing Vietnam finished in 15th place, thereby bringing the first score for the team. in the UB150 category in the 2019 season.

Back to the developments in Race 2. The heavy rain caused the race to start 14 minutes later than planned. Many riders had to wear raincoats to compete, of which the duo Nguyen Vu Thanh (#99) and Nguyen Duc Thanh (#193) were no exception.

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The heavy rain caused Race 2 to delay its start time.

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Still starting at positions 27 and 29 like Race 1, the “song Thanh” pair’s goal of getting points is not easy, especially under slippery road conditions. Right in the first lap after the start, racer number 193 fell and could not continue the race. This is really a pity for the racer born in 1999 because in Race 1 he had a good performance to reach the top 20 racers in his first competition in the international arena.

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The rain made the race more fierce.

Seeing his teammates fall on the track, Vu Thanh competed more carefully. Thanks to the experience accumulated while competing in the rain at the Suzuka 4Hours in early June, No. 99 avoided collisions, completed 5 laps and finished in 15th place, improving 14 places. . This is enough position to bring Honda Racing Vietnam the first score in the UB150 category in the 2019 season.

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Nguyen Vu Thanh got the 15th place, bringing the first score of the season for Honda Racing Vietnam.

Meanwhile, the most unfortunate thing for Honda Racing Vietnam in stage 4 was that Cao Vietnam could not compete in the AP250 category after a collision on the free running day and doctors concluded that rider number 65 could not compete. ensure health.




Starting in 1996, Asian Motorcycle Racing Championship (ARRC) is one of the most prestigious racing events in Asia and Oceania, a premise for national champions to advance to a higher level, and at the same time open a new chapter for the sport. this drama in Asia.

From the 2019 season, Honda Racing Vietnam is the representative of Vietnam competing at ARRC with 3 members participating in two UB150 competition formats (including 2 riders, Le Khanh Loc #48 and Nguyen Vu Thanh #99). and AP250 (including 1 racer, Cao Vietnam #65). These are the members who have been “entrusted” to the Yuzy – Malaysia racing team since 2016. Starting from stage 4, Nguyen Duc Thanh #193 replaced Le Khanh Loc who was injured in stage 3.

Mr. Quan (forum.autodaily.vn)

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