PETALING JAYA: The organisers for the Petronas Malaysian Cub Prix Championships are planning to hit the ground running when they get the green light from the government to complete their races this season.
If all goes well, the plan is to run four rounds in back-to-back races within a span of six days.
Promoters Safe Aim Mutual (SAM) Sdn Bhd director Ron Hogg said it was possible to complete the season as all stakeholders had agreed to work together.
“The series stakeholders, teams and riders are hoping to at least finish its four remaining rounds to complete the eight-round season, ” said Ron.
“The teams and riders have come to a unanimous decision to host back-to-back races within a span of six days in light with the current uncertainties.
“This plan will be activated as soon as the championship series receive the green light to continue from the relevant authorities, ” added Ron.
If the National Security Council (MKN) give their approval, it will be the best news for the riders and teams as they have been affected financially due to the Covid-19 affected season.
The Cub Prix events were initially scheduled to start from March 14-15 but it only started with the first round from July 17-18 at Sepang.
The next three races were subsequently held in Johor, Sepang and Terengganu respectively before the season was disrupted again.