Hiroki Ono could not have asked for a better way to sign off the season when he recorded a double victory in the final leg of the 2013 Asia Dream Cup season at the Losail International Circuit in Qatar on November 23, 2013.
After twelve long years, the SuperSports 600cc Asian trophy returns to Malaysian shores carried proudly by Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman.
Malaysian rider Mohd Fitri Ashraf Razali is becoming increasingly optimistic of his chances to finish second overall in the 2013 Asia Dream Cup title chase after posting second fastest in the class's qualifying session during the final leg of the 2013 PETRONAS FIM Asia Road Racing Championship.
One Moto2 rider, one former Moto2 wildcard and two former WSBK heavyweights stole the limelight in the SuperSports 600cc qualifying practice during Round 6 of the 2013 PETRONAS FIM Asia Road Racing Championship held at the Losail International Circuit on November 22, 2013.
At the Losail International Circuit for the final leg of the 2013 PETRONAS FIM Asia Road Racing Championship, there were no surprises in the Asia Dream Cup category as 2013 Champion Hiroki Ono led the field during the first practice session, clocking fastest with the time of 02:33.831s.
Only two free practice sessions into the season finale of the 2013 PETRONAS FIM Asia Road Racing Championship at the Losail International Circuit, and championship leader Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman has broken the lap record set by his former team mate Ryuichi Kiyonari.
The quest to be crowned as the season’s SuperSports 600cc Asian Champion goes right down the wire to the final leg of the 2013 PETRONAS Asia Road Racing Championship to be held at the Losail International Circuit from November 21 to 23.
Young Japanese ace rider Hiroki Ono will be making his GP comeback at the Grand Prix of Japan to be held at the Motegi Circuit this weekend (October 25 to 27, 2013).
Closing in to the Asian tour of the World Championship tour which will start in Sepang, Malaysia this October 11 to 13 and carry on to Philip Island and Motegi, the announcements of wildcard riders from ARRC proteges are coming in thick and fast.
Taking Shinya Nakano's advice to heart, Malaysian rider Mohd Fitri Ashraf Razali brought a whole new attitude to his racing strategy and swaggered his way to the top of the podium in Race 2 of the Autopolis round.