Season to remember for Adam as he finishes fifth overall

PETALING JAYA: National rider Adam Norrodin failed to end the CEV Moto2 Europe championship on a high note after finishing fourth in the final round in Valencia.

But it was still a season to remember for the the 22-year-old as he wrapped up with a career-best fifth in the overall standings.

Adam had impressed with three podium finishes to amass 97 points – better than his previous season tally of 79.

It was certainly a major improvement for Liqui Moly Intact SIC Junior Team rider, considering he had no podium result to show last year despite finishing a commendable seventh in the standings.

“Alhamdulillah, I managed to finish fifth overall this season. This is the best I have achieved to date,” said Adam, who finished 15th overall in his debut in 2019.

Spaniard Alonso Lopez of Boscoscuro Talent Team-Ciatti won the last race with 19:29.314, ahead of his teammate Fermin Aldeguer (second) and German Lukas Tulovic (third). But it was Aldeguer who came out tops in the overall standings with 265 points, 39 ahead of Lopez. Tulovic was a distant third on 135 points.

Meanwhile, in the Moto3 World Junior championship, Syarifuddin Azman came in sixth in Race 1 and then seventh in Race 2 to settle for ninth overall in the standings with 64 points.

Syarifuddin, fondly known as Damok, won the third round at Catalunya Circuit but failed to replicate the success in the season remainder.

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