Motul Zeneos Yamaha YY Pang Racing Team is proud to announce and welcome Cinta Motor (M) Sdn Bhd with their brand IKK as an Official Co-Sponsor for the team in season 2018.
IKK has been producing high performance engine parts such as racing crankshafts and transmission gear for motorcycle. Its products are made from uncompromised finest material for maximum durability.
Joining YY Pang Racing Team will be the starting grid for IKK to further expose and showcase to the the Malaysia and South East Asia's fans the excellence of their products.
Motul Zeneos Yamaha YY Pang Racing Team welcomes BRISK SPARK PLUGS as our new co-sponsor and technical partner for the 2018 season.
Brisk offers the latest technology in spark plug design and performance that can help to improve the engine performance and fuel economy. We are very confident that with the presence of BRISK, it will strengthen our competitiveness in the championship.
Choosing YY Pang Racing Team will help to expose and showcase the excellence of BRISK's products to the Malaysian motor enthusiast and also the South East Asia's fans .
For more information about BRISK, please visit http://www.brisk.com.my/
In the Underbone 150cc category, RCB Yamaha YY Pang rider Mohd Izzat Zaidi inherited a surprise win when the three leading riders crashed out ahead of him at the infamous Chang International Circuit last corner.
Adroitly sidestepping the carnage, a delighted Izzat sprinted to the finish line in 16’40.311s followed by Mohd Affendi Rosli in second place and Wahyu Aji Trilaksana in third.
However, both Affendi and Wahyu will be facing penalties in the form of a 3-point championship points deduction for unsporting behavior in Race 1.
Defending champion Mohd Akid Aziz finished out of podium position in fourth place followed by polesitter Mohd Helmi Azman.
Seasoned underbone riders Amirul Ariff Musa and Ahmad Fazli Sham were sixth and seventh respectively. Indonesian youngster Syahrul Amin came in eighth. Mohd Haiekal Akmalwas ninth. Most impressive was first-time competitor Huynh Minh Sang, a Uma Racing Yamaha Maju Motor Asia Team wildcard from Vietnam.
Source from http://www.asiaroadracing.com/izzats-delight/
KUALA LUMPUR: The Cub Prix community suffered a huge loss on Sunday as popular rider Zaidy Mohd Zaifaizal tragically passed away in a road accident.
Zaidy was reported to be on the way to Kuala Lumpur from Seremban when he lost control of his Yamaha Y15ZR at kilometre 22.9 of the Lekas Highway at 3.20am. He was 26.
The Penang-born rider was a well liked figure on the Cub Prix circuit and had spent close to 10 years competing for YY Pang Racing until parting ways with them at the end of 2016.
YY Pang Racing team manager Gary Pang described his demise as a huge loss to the sport.
"Zaidy was with us for a very long time, about eight years and I remember him mainly as someone who was immensely talented," said Gary.
"He was also very helpful and as one of the senior riders in the team, he always looked out for the up-and-coming riders riders.
"He would always do his best to advice them and guide them in whatever way he could. It is definitely a huge loss to the sport."
Zaidy had raced in both the CP115 and CP130 classes during his career.
He did not race full season last year and only made two appearances as a replacement rider with M-Seki Liberty last season.
Souce from www.nst.com.my
Author: Fadhli Ishak
Team Motul Zeneos Yamaha YY Pang rider Adib Rosley (pic) will be conspicuously absent from the CP150 grid at the grand finale of the Petronas AAM Malaysian Cub Prix Championship this weekend.
The race, which will take place at the Dataran Bandar Penawar in Johor on Nov 18 and 19, will flag off without team YY Pang's lead rider who had just undergone surgery on his fractured right foot.
"I am bitterly disappointed that Iam not able to race this weekend. It feels like I have left my job undone because none of us had been able to deliver a win for the team this season so far. "
“In the upcoming final round, the riders in team YY Pang would really like to bring him up to the podium with us to receive the Team trophy," said Adib.
Adib's responsibility will now shouldered by his teammates Mohd Izzat Zaidi and Mohamad Azhar Jalil. The 23-years-old rider expressed his confidence in his teammates' abilities to deliver.
"There is no doubt that we have some of the fastest bikes on the grid. As a team, we have been consistently making the cut into the CP150 SuperPole this season. There is no reason why we cannot translate all those horsepower into race wins, especially if we work together and try to check Kasma Daniel's pace in the final race," added Adib.
Adib is also hopeful that "our colleague in the CP115 class, Tengku Amirul Haffiruddin, Fareez Afeez, and Mohd Idil Fitri Mahadi can make an impact in their category".
Source from Malay Mail
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