VMRC 2019 stage 3: Nguyen Duc Thanh absolutely dominated the Blade 110 category

Stage 3 of the 2019 Vietnam motorbike racing season (VMRC) took place at Dai Nam racetrack (Binh Duong) last weekend and witnessed the absolute domination of Nguyen Duc Thanh (No. 02) in the Blade 110 category. , while the MSX125 and UB130 categories created many surprises for fans.

After the fiery stage 2 taking place in My Dinh, stage 3 of VMRC 2019 continues to return to audiences passionate about speed racing at Dai Nam racetrack (Binh Duong province) with 4 categories: Blade 110, MSX 125 , Winner 150 and UB130.

Blade 110 category: The dominance of Nguyen Duc Thanh

VMRC 2019 stage 3: Nguyen Duc Thanh absolutely dominates the Blade 110 category vmrc-2019-round3-autodaily-010.jpgNguyen Duc Thanh proved too strong compared to the remaining competitors in the Blade 110 category.

After stage 3 ended, it can be seen that Nguyen Duc Thanh dominating the Blade 110 category is no longer a surprise or “phenomenon” of the season. 3 consecutive wins in the first 3 races shows the absolute strength of this racer.

In the qualifying race, racer number 02 performed excellently and ranked first, followed by Dinh Van Toan (number 03) and Vu Hoang Nam (number 04). Entering the official race, Duc Thanh had the upper hand right from the start and always maintained the number 1 position until the end of 12 laps. The 2nd and 3rd places belong to Vu Hoang Nam and Nguyen Manh Phat (16).

VMRC 2019 stage 3: Nguyen Duc Thanh absolutely dominates the Blade 110 category vmrc-2019-round3-autodaily-011.jpgFinal results of the Blade 110 category.

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Stage 3 witnessed the commendable competitive spirit of Dinh Van Toan. After falling on the track, he continued to stand up and race, but after the second fall in round 6, Toan had to leave the field, leaving fans regretful.

Category MSX 125: Nguyen Nhat Truong’s fall

In the MSX 125 category, there is still a competition between familiar names such as Le Vu Truong Giang (No. 60), Nguyen Nhat Truong (No. 70) or Nguyen Hoang Dang Khoa (No. 78). When racing for classification, Truong Giang started in first place, Nhat Truong ranked 2nd, and Dang Khoa ranked 3rd.

VMRC 2019 stage 3: Nguyen Duc Thanh absolutely dominates the Blade 110 category vmrc-2019-round3-autodaily-012.jpgA fall in the first round caused Nhat Truong to leave the match.

However, everything changed when racing officially. Right in the first round, Nhat Truong fell after touching the rear of the front car. Although this fall did not cause Truong any injuries, he could not continue competing because his car was broken. At this time, the competition for the first and second position only took place between the two names Dang Khoa and Truong Giang. The final result was that Dang Khoa crossed the finish line first, followed by Truong Giang, and third place belonged to Nguyen Ngoc Nhan (No. 77).

VMRC 2019 stage 3: Nguyen Duc Thanh absolutely dominates the Blade 110 category vmrc-2019-round3-autodaily-013.jpgMSX 125 category results.

VMRC 2019 stage 3: Nguyen Duc Thanh absolutely dominates the Blade 110 category vmrc-2019-round3-autodaily-03.jpg3 riders stood on the Podium podium in the MSX 125 category.

Winner 150 category: Duel of Huu Tin – Anh Tuan

VMRC 2019 stage 3: Nguyen Duc Thanh absolutely dominates the Blade 110 category vmrc-2019-round3-autodaily-015.jpgNumbers 47 and 49 create a duel competition in the Winner 150 category.

As usual, the Winner 150 category is still “boring” because the real race only takes place between Le Hung Huu Tin (No. 49) and Nguyen Anh Tuan (No. 47). This was clearly shown right from the classification with the starting position 1-2 for Tin – Tuan and when racing officially, the ranking did not change during the 10 rounds. Perhaps the attraction is the “position reversal” in some rounds between these two riders. Third place belongs to Nguyen Vu Tuan Anh (51).

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Meanwhile, in the first “Nam Tien” in the Winner 150 category, riders from Hanoi also made their mark, most notably the 5th place of Nguyen Ba Tu Anh (No. 29).

Category UB 130: Hoang Phuc’s surprise

After Le Khanh Loc could not compete due to injury at stage 3 of the 2019 Asian Motorcycle Racing Championship (ARRC), it was thought that the advantage would belong to Bui Duy Thong (No. 01). However, stage 3 of VMRC 2019 witnessed the emergence of a new name, that is Tran Hoang Phuc (No. 18).

VMRC 2019 stage 3: Nguyen Duc Thanh absolutely dominates the Blade 110 category vmrc-2019-round3-autodaily-08.jpgBui Duy Thong (number 01) did not gain an advantage over number 18.

In the qualifying race, Hoang Phuc ranked first, followed by Duy Thong and Le Trong Vinh (number 23). And when racing officially, the advantage that Phuc created remained the same until the end of 10 laps, while Trong Vinh overtook Duy Thong to take 2nd place, pushing racer number 01 right behind. Stage 3 saw 7 riders in the UB 130 category unable to complete the race.

VMRC 2019 stage 3: Nguyen Duc Thanh absolutely dominates the Blade 110 category vmrc-2019-round3-autodaily-06.jpgLe Trong Vinh ranked 2nd in the UB 130 category.

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Thus, Stage 3 of VMRC 2019 has officially ended with many dramas and surprises. Stage 4 is expected to take place in Nha Trang next August.

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