Azroy blazes track with new lap time


PETALING JAYA: Azroy Hakeem Anuar of Honda Yuzy Idemitsu was fastest in the Round 6 qualifying session of the Petronas Malaysian Cub Prix Championship in the CP150 category.

Azroy, who finished second in the last round, completed the session with a new lap record of 1:16.042, with a difference of 0.405s from second placed teammate Shahrol Syazras Yuzy.

Azroy was fastest in the first free practice session (FP1) at 1:16.663 but could not complete the second session (FP2) due to engine failure.

Kasma Daniel Kasmayudin of Petronas Sprinta Yamaha Maju Motor was third fastest at 1:16.481.

RESULTS

Qualifying

CP150: 1. Azroy Hakeem Anuar (Honda Yuzy Idemitsu Team) 1:16.042, 2. Shahrol Syazras Shahrol Yuzy (Honda Yuzy Idemitsu Team) 1:16.447, 3. Kasma Daniel Kasmayudin (Petronas Sprinta Yamaha Maju Motor) 1:16.481.

CP125: 1. Shafiq Rasol One (Onexox TKKR Racing Team) 1:21.638, 2. Firdaus Hamdan (Honda KC Racing) 1:21.851, 3. Mohd Syafiq Rosli (Petronas Sprinta Yamaha Maju Motor) 1:21.857.

Wira KBS: 1. Syamil Amsyar Iffende (Petronas Sprinta Yamaha 31 Racing) 1:23.897, 2. Danish Aiman Zamrul (Petronas Sprinta Yamaha 31 Racing) 1:25.178, 3. Mohd Adam Haikal Jahar (Petronas Sprinta Yamaha 31 Racing) 1:25.223.

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