Three Vietnamese riders participated in the Asia Auto Gymkhana Championship 2019

As part of a series of activities to welcome the most expensive race on the planet, Formula 1, Vietnam will participate in the Asia Auto Gymkhana Championship 2019 with 3 drivers including Nguyen Hong Vinh, Truong Nam Thanh and Nguyen Duc Duy.

Asia Auto Gymkhana Championship (AAGC) 2019 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 particular, the first round of AAGC 2019 will take place in Yogyakarta city, Indonesia this weekend.

Three Vietnamese riders participate in the Asia Auto Gymkhana Championship 2019 gymkhana.jpgList of racing teams competing at the Asia Auto Gymkhana Championship 2019 Round 1.

The Indonesian race brings together more than 40 riders from many countries in Asia – Oceania. The Gymkhana Time Attack format is racing on a very narrow track and riders must demonstrate exceptional driving skills, with results determined by time.

Three Vietnamese riders participate in the Asia Auto Gymkhana Championship 2019 redline-2.jpgThe three riders representing Vietnam participating in this tournament are members from the Redline Racing team.

The three riders representing Vietnam participating in this tournament are members from the Redline Racing team. This is a racing team that has had many experiences in international tournaments in previous years, as well as won many domestic and international titles.

The list of 3 riders participating in AAGC 2019 includes Nguyen Hong Vinh, Truong Nam Thanh and Nguyen Duc Duy (all from Redline Racing).

Three Vietnamese riders participate in the Asia Auto Gymkhana Championship 2019 redline-3.jpgMembers of the Redline Racing Team.

Mr. Vinh – racing team captain – shared: “Gymkhana Time Attack racing type is very suitable for Vietnam’s infrastructure. We hope that with this participation, Vietnam will have experience to organize races of this type in the near future. Motorsport is a new concept for Vietnamese people, but with the upcoming F1 event, Vietnam will develop motorsport very quickly and we should prepare well.”

In Vietnam, Redline Racing is known as a racing school. Redline students have won many titles in offroad and onroad racing events in recent years.

Trang Nguyen (Forum.autodaily.vn)

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