An enthralling and incident packed final race of the 2016 Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup season saw Thai rider Somkiat Chantra clinch the title, with Turkish siblings Can Oncu and Deniz Oncu joining the new champion on the podium at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia.
It was pole man Andi Izdihar who took his third win of the 2016 Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup in Race 1 at Sepang on Saturday, with the Indonesian rider joined on the podium by Japanese pair Kazuki Masaki and Yuki Kunii, who finished second and third respectively.
The 2016 Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup riders undertook their final qualifying session of the season on Friday at the Sepang International Circuit with Andi Izdihar taking pole with a time of 2'29.231.
The young riders competing in the 2016 Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup are all set for their final battle of the season at the Sepang International Circuit over the 28th-30th October weekend, coinciding with MotoGP™ visiting the venue for the Grand Prix of Malaysia.
A group of 114 aspiring young riders were in attendance at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia, on Wednesday 26th October, as the selection event for the 2017 Asia Talent Cup took place under the watchful eye of Cup Director Alberto Puig.
The second race of the weekend for the 2016 Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup riders at the Grand Prix of Japan saw a home win for Japanese rider Ai Ogura.
The first race of the weekend in Japan for the riders competing in the 2016 Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup saw home rider Yuki Kunii take his second consecutive victory, doing so from pole in front of the Japanese fans.
The Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup riders are preparing for action over the 14th-16th October weekend in Japan, with the ninth and tenth races of the 2016 competition set to take place at the Twin Ring Motegi, coinciding with the MotoGP™ Grand Prix of Japan.
Yuki Kunii took the first win of his rookie season in the 2016 Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup, crossing the finish line in Race 2 at Zhuhai Circuit in first place, ahead of second placed Gerry Salim and third placed Ai Ogura.
As the Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup riders returned to action at the Zhuhai International Circuit in China on Saturday it was Japanese youngster Ai Ogura who won Race 1, ahead of Indonesia’s Andi Izdihar and Thailand’s Somkiat Chantra.
The Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup riders will be back in action over the 16th-18th September weekend as they head to the Zhuhai International Circuit in China for the seventh and eighth races of their 2016 season.
The selection process to find the 22 lucky riders who will have the opportunity to participate in the 2017 edition of the Asia Talent Cup has reached a new and exciting phase
The application process to find new members of the Asia Talent Cup 2017 has ended with record numbers. Over 600 applicants have requested access to the Selection Event, the event to be selected as one of the 22 riders who will contest the 2017 edition of the Asia Talent Cup.
With this motivational slogan comes a campaign for all young riders in Asia, Australia and New Zealand who aspire to someday be a MotoGP World Champion. Today the selection process for the 2017 Asia Talent Cup begins.
An announcement that has been expected by many young riders in Asia, Australia and New Zealand is when the new registration period of the Asia Talent Cup will begin