AKOC Macau – Sunday report for the Singapore flag!

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MINI ROK (20 drivers)

 

Pre-Final:

P9 – Jon Lee

P10 – Javier Chng

P19 – Jayden Jinde

 

Final:

P7- Jon Lee

P10 – Javier Chng

P18 – Jayden Jinde

 

FORMULA 125 JUNIOR OPEN (20 drivers)

 

Pre-Final:

P4 – Daim Hishammudin

P11 – Amin Noorzilan

 

Final:

P3 – Daim Hishammudin

P11 – Amin Noorzilan

 

FORMULA 125 SENIOR OPEN (46 drivers incl. Veteran, Rotax Senior and Rok Senior)

 

Pre-Final:

P1 – Mohammad Nasri Naufal (Opai)

P5 – Julien Fong

P6 – Sean Hudspeth

P8 – Thaddeus Lee

 

Final:

P2 – Mohammad Nasri Naufal (Opai)

P6 – Sean Hudspeth

P12 – Thaddeus Lee

DNF – Julien Fong

 

There was a consolation final for the drivers that did not make it to the 36 places in the final and it was called the Macau Cup.

 

Yohanes Clinton Suryabara started the race in pole position with Randall Ng in 5th on the grid. While Clinton finished 2nd, Randall unfortunately suffered a DNF due to engine problems that plagued him all weekend!

 

Driver interviews and photos to be up shortly – when I get back to Singapore tonight!

 

:)

 

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