Singaporeans at the AKOC/CIK-FIA KF1 & KF3 Macau finale

Written by Cheryl Tay on . Posted in Cheryl Tay Blog | Blog Post of Cheryl Tay

This is not my first time to Macau – I came here last year for the Macau Grand Prix – but it’s my first time watching kart racing in Macau! It’s great to see so many familiar faces from the Singapore karting scene and I just wanted to wish them all the best!

 

This weekend sees Round 5 of the Asian Karting Open Championship (AKOC) and the CIK-FIA KF1 & KF3 Championship in Macau…

 

Good luck to the Singaporeans as well as those flying the Singapore flag!

 

In the Mini Rok category where there are 22 entries:

 

Jon Lee (our national Cadet champion), Drakar Racing Team

390803_301518799882364_131620790205500_936714_112401503_n

 

Javier Chng, Williams Racing

384006_301564626544448_131620790205500_937038_279646423_n

 

Jayden Jin De, Williams Racing

376375_301564556544455_131620790205500_937037_1361386444_n

These three are fresh from winning the podium at the WSK Singapore introductory race two weeks ago, while Jon Lee just wrapped up the Singapore Karting Championship cadet championship title three weeks ago!

 

In the Formula 125 Open Junior class with 26 drivers:

 

Daim Hishammudin, BHPetrol Racing Team

387326_301566683210909_131620790205500_937072_669715847_n

 

Amin Noorzilan, Simon Racing Team

384532_301520989882145_131620790205500_936753_1427120780_n

In the Formula 125 Open Senior class that has 38 drivers:

 

Julien Fong, Simon Racing Team

julienfongmacau

 

Randall Ng, Williams Racing

He met with quite a bad accident two weekends ago during the WSK Singapore introductory race but is here to race no less!

randallngmacau

 

Mohammad Nasri Naufal (Opai), Drakar Racing Team

374914_301568269877417_131620790205500_937102_1019414448_n

Sean Hudspeth, CRG Junior Team Asia

392678_301568686544042_131620790205500_937111_1307427627_n

 

Andersen Martono, Kartmaster

amartonomacau

Thaddeus Lee (our national Senior champion), Williams Racing

382733_301523309881913_131620790205500_936790_398247841_n

 

Yohanes Clinton Suryabara, Williams Racing

378671_301569933210584_131620790205500_937139_302661674_n

Andrew Tang is in this category too and is leading the championship but unfortunately at the last round of AKOC he met with an accident on the track. Sustaining a fractured collar bone, he is unable to race this weekend but is here to show moral support to his fellow competitors.

 

For more of my photos from yesterday, browse my albums here:

> AKOC/CIK-FIA KF1 & KF3 Macau finale – Album 1

> AKOC/CIK-FIA KF1 & KF3 Macau finale – Album 2

> AKOC/CIK-FIA KF1 & KF3 Macau finale – Album 3

 

Once again, good luck guys, fly the Singapore flag high!

381095_301528609881383_131620790205500_936858_1709252761_n

Cheryl Tay

Twitter Facebook Google Plus Linked In
Singapore’s only female full-time motoring and motorsports photojournalist. Independent automotive consultant and prominent local motorsports personality Cheryl Tay is uniquely passionate about all things cars and motorsports. She also has a strong passion to share her interest and knowledge, hence having a dream to become the ‘Oprah Winfrey of cars and motorsports’ and create a multimedia platform for her sharing. - A female in a male-dominated world, Cheryl Tay is Singapore’s only female full-time motoring journalist and motorsports blogger and she regularly writes for prominent titles in Singapore, Asia and internationally. (See full list of titles that Cheryl Tay writes for here.)

Contact us

For invites, request of services, pitches, story ideas, feedback or any other enquiries, kindly email cheryl@cheryl-tay.com.

For submission of press releases and latest news, kindly email info@cheryl-tay.com.

Tips for sending news releases:
- Include text of the release as part of the email message
- Attach press release in MS Word/PDF format
- Include low-res pictures in the email
- Hi-res pictures downloadable via a link or available upon request