Singapore, 26 November 2010 - 2010 Yamaha SL Cup Malaysia Series first runner-up will be racing this weekend at the Yahama SL Invitational Challenge. The 11-year-old Singapore-based cadet karter has had an intensive month of racing this November, participating in the Asian Karting Open Championship in Thailand, the Singapore Karting Championship and now the Yamaha SL Invitational Challenge. Pull will be participating in this one-make race with the same kart and the same engine as the rest of the competitors from across the region in this final showdown in Malaysia.
“It has been a good month for me as I have raced in three different countries within the span of four weeks. It definitely helps me in my development and training, especially in adaptability to the different circuits and their conditions,” said Pull.
He added, “This weekend will be interesting as it is a one-time face-off and the level of competition is slightly higher than usual. I am looking forward to this weekend and hopefully I will do well as I am not unfamiliar with the Yahama engine set-up.”
Pull has one more race to go after this weekend’s Round 5 of AKOC in Macau from 10 – 12 December. This year, Pull has competed in the full season of Yamaha SL Cup and Asian Karting Open Championship as well as made guest appearances at Rotax Max Challenge (RMC) Malaysia Championship and the inaugural Singapore National Karting Championship. He also headed to Italy at the end of summer for as part of his development programme and gained tremendous exposure through participation at a World Series Karting (WSK) Master Series race.