Records has been broken again on Day 3. We can now seen Marquez hits 1.59.533s, Rossi gets more action with 1.59.727s and Lorenzo with 1.59.866s. The top three are from factory racing team which is from Honda and Yamaha, but the 4th position by Espargaro at 1.59.998 is held by Open class NGM Mobile Forward Racing team. All the top 4 lap times recorded are under 2-minute which tells us that the rider are much more skillfull and the machine are now better in terms of power and handling. The results also shows that Open class team can be competitive too. The test concludes the MotoGP Sepang and they will comeback for Test 2 on 24-26th on the same month.
Honda dominates the day 2 test with one-two-three best lap times recorded. It was Marquez at the 1st position from Repsol Honda Team with sub 2 minute laptime at 1.59.926 on lap 38, Pedrosa at 2nd position and Stefan Bradl at 3rd position from LCR Honda MotoGP. At 4th position is Rossi which is now improving with his Yamaha YZR-M1 machine. Lorenzo is at 6th, just behind Alex Espargaro.
There will be one more day to test and the records could broken again.
MotoGP Sepang Pre-season Test 1 Day 1 has concluded with Marc Marquez being the fastest man at 2.00.286. Following with him closely is the colourful guy we always know, Valentino Rossi, at 2.00.804, which differs at only 0.518. That is miliseconds, faster than the blink of the eye.
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There is a void in Malaysian motorcycle video reviews that needs to be filled by someone who cares about the motorcycle arena here. Luckily, comes Malaysian Riders, which is a filmmaker for motorcycle. I have seen their video review work especially in the BMW HP4, which were great in videography and tells the story in real riders view. This could be the next best thing in motorcycle industry in Malaysia and you guys (and gals) should check them out. Maybe, sometime you can see some flaws in their video, but you should know they are on a very limited budget and what they have done is already great, imagine if they are given more time and budget to hone up their videography skills with better equipment, I guess they’ll just be one force to be reckon with. You can subscribe to their Youtube channel here. Here I embed one of their video about Kawasaki Z800 review, which you can watched it after the jump: Continue reading “Malaysian Riders – homegrown motorcycle filmmaker at its best”