Vietnam has its own racing team competing at ARRC 2019

Honda Racing Vietnam will be the representative of Vietnam competing in the Asia Road Racing Championship (ARRC) from the 2019 season.

Starting in 1996, Racing tournament Asian Motorcycles (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.

In 2016, HVN began competing in the ARRC tournament as a companion with the Yuzy racing team from Malaysia to establish the Yuzy Honda Vietnam Racing Team. After 3 years of competing in two competition categories UB250 and AP250, HVN officially competed in the ARRC 2019 tournament with an independent racing team called Honda Racing Vietnam.

Vietnam has its own racing team competing at ARRC 2019 arrc-thailan-day1-hires5.jpg After 3 years of competing in two competition categories UB250 and AP250, HVN officially competed in the ARRC 2019 tournament with an independent racing team called Honda Racing Vietnam.

Detailed information about the racing team Honda Racing Vietnam at the ARRC 2019 tournament as follows:













Role

First and last name

Affiliated agencies/Competition categories

Team manager and chief technician of UB150 category

Tran Trung Dung

Honda Vietnam

Technician for category UB150

Pham Van Tan

Honda Vietnam

Technician for category UB150

Nguyen Huy Hoc

Honda Vietnam

Chief Technical Officer of AP250 project

Do Tuan Anh

Honda Vietnam

Racer

Le Khanh Loc

Category UB150

Racer

Nguyen Vu Thanh

Category UB150

Racer

Vietnamese Cao

Category AP250

Senior adviser

Tomoyasu Konno

Honda Vietnam

Technical advisor

Atushi Kondo

Endurance Japan

Vietnam has its own racing team competing at ARRC 2019 cao-viet-nam.jpg Vietnam has its own racing team competing at ARRC 2019 arrc-2018-round-4-045.jpg Honda Racing Vietnam continues to compete in 2 categories: AP250 with racer Cao Vietnam and UB150 with 2 riders Le Khanh Loc and Nguyen Vu Thanh.

In particular, ARRC 2019 has an increase in organization scale in both the number of competition stages and competition categories. ARRC 2019 will have a total of 7 competition stages instead of 6 stages like every year, in which, for the first time, Korea will become the location for the 4th stage – promising to bring many new things to ARRC 2019. Besides, there is an increase in competition categories with a completely new competition category Supersport1000 cc (SS1000). Thus, in the 2019 ARRC season there will be a total of 4 competition categories: SS1000, SS600, AP250 and UB150. Honda Racing Vietnam will compete in all 7 ARRC 2019 races in 2 categories UB150 and AP250.

Vietnam has its own racing team competing at ARRC 2019 superbike.jpgFrom 2019, there will be an additional Supersport1000 cc (SS1000) competition category.

The overall schedule for the season is as follows:











Race stage

Location

Time (2019)

first

Sepang Racetrack, Malaysia

March 8 – 10

2

The Bend Motorsports Park, Australia

April 25 – 28

3

Chang International Racetrack, Thailand

May 31 – June 2

4

Suzuka Racetrack, Japan

June 28-30

5

Korea International Racetrack, Korea

August 9-11

6

Sepang Racetrack, Malaysia

September 19-22

7

Chang International Racetrack, Thailand

November 29- December 1

There is no competition in the UB150 category

Vietnam has its own racing team competing at ARRC 2019 lich-trinh-arrc-2019.jpg

This is just one of the directions that Honda Vietnam has just announced for domestic and international sports car racing activities in 2019. The Japanese joint venture will continue to sponsor the Vietnam Motor Racing Championship (Vietnam Motor Racing Championship). – VMRC), participating in training at regional and continental tournaments such as Thailand Talent Cup (TTC), Indonesia Racing School (IRS), Suzuaka 4 Hours Endurance, Suzuaka 8 Hours Endurance or in conjunction with the Automobile Federation Vietnamese Motorcycles develop racing culture in the country. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sOuKYjCMNM

Mr. Quan(forum.autodaily.vn)

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