Malaysia’s Hakim Danish dominates Mandalika once again

Hakim Danish continues to triumph in the Asia Talent Cup’s Indonesian Grand Prix to bag his second victory.

Hakim Danish

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Malaysian young talent, Hakim Danish Ramli once again stunned the audience after winning Race 2 of the Asia Talent Cup at the Indonesian Grand Prix (GP) at the Mandalika International Circuit yesterday.

This is the second victory in a row for the Terengganu-born rider in Mandalika as he showed great momentum on the track. He continued to accelerate to lead the race since the beginning of the race.

Despite falling slightly behind in the middle of the race, Hakim wisely controlled the pressure before successfully overcoming the two Japanese riders in front of him and ending the race with a record of 28 minutes 06.916 seconds.

Japanese rider Gun Mie, who put pressure on Hakim during the race, made runner-up as his compatriot Shinya Ezawa capped the top-three finish.

With two consecutive wins, Danish now leads the overall top chart after collecting 72 points and leaving Ezawa in second place by one point. Another Japanese rider, Amon Odaki is now in third place overall with 54 points.

Meanwhile, another national rider, Farish Hafiy Farid Sezli finished 13th and Emil Izdhar Ezuan 15th, while Farres Putra Fadhill failed to finish.

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