Five Malaysian riders from FIM MiniGP Series ready for World Series Final in Valencia.
Organized by Dorna, the event kicks off next week at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit.
The Malaysian team includes Farish Hafiy, Emil Idzhar, Adi Putra, Qabil Irfan, and Airel Marzuki, forming a strong lineup. Adi Putra steps in for the injured Farres Putra in the 190cc category.
Starting on November 21 with free practice, the championship sees the riders on Ohvale machines. Qualifying happens on November 22, leading to the grand finale on November 23, where champions in both the 190cc and 160cc classes will be crowned.
Competing in the new 190cc category, Farish Hafiy, Emil Idzhar, and Adi Putra bring experience to the World Finals. Qabil Irfan, aged 11, returns for the 160cc class after an impressive fourth place last year.
Airel Marzuki, making his world debut after winning the championship, faces top riders from MiniGP series worldwide. ZK Racing manager Zulfahmi Khairuddin is confident in the Malaysian riders, highlighting their prep and experience.
MAM President Tan Sri Mokhzani Tun Mahathir stresses the need for continuous support, especially from the private sector.
Azhan Shafriman Hanif, SIC CEO, expresses delight at the progress of FIM MiniGP Malaysia, acknowledging its positive impact.
Zulfahmi Khairuddin, ZK Racing manager, echoes optimism, stating the riders are well-prepared for commendable results in Valencia.
As Malaysia readies for the FIM MiniGP World Series Final, the nation awaits its young riders’ performance.