There was Japanese dominance in Sunday’s second round of the 2014 Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup in Indonesia, with seven Japanese riders filling the top eight places at Sentul. It was Kaito Toba who made it two different winners from the opening two races.
Thai rider Nakarim Atiratphuvapat qualified on pole in the Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup on Saturday at Sentul.
The much-awaited second round of the 2014 Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup will take place this weekend. Following the season-opener back in Qatar, the riders now regroup at the Sentul International Circuit in Indonesia. It is Thailand’s Nakarim Atiratphuvapat who leads the way after the opening two practice sessions of Friday.
The Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup, a brand new motorsport series aimed at promoting young riders hoping to compete at the highest level of international motorcycle racing, reaches the Sentul International Circuit in Indonesia on Sunday 4 May 2014. A field of 22 young racers from across Asia will be raring to go in the second round of the season.