Retrieved 21 February With 7 wins out of 8 rounds, with the other being a podium finish, his dominance in the category was unrivalled that he opted to forego the final two rounds. Starts Wins Podiums Poles F. Sadly, after the years since he debuted in Malaysian Cup Prix with Raceline and main sponsor Petronas , he parted ways with Raceline and then announced that he joined a new outfit, the Sepang International Circuits SIC Moto2 team, which collaborated with Petronas as main sponsor. This page was last edited on 21 April , at He made further improvement in by collecting 64 points in 16th position with a season best finish of 5th at the Japanese Grand Prix. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately , especially if potentially libelous or harmful.
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This was also boosted by the inability of other riders on the list who have contract with other teams, including Yonny Hernandez.
Hafizh Syahrin Abdullah (@hafizh_syahrin) • Instagram photos and videos
In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Hafizh Syahrin Abdullah born 5 May is a Malaysian motorcycle racer. Hafizh moved into Moto2 full-time in riding a Kalex for the Petronas Raceline Malaysia team and finished overall in position 19 with 42 points. He scored a point at his home race in Malaysia.
Syaurin a much older and experienced field, the youngster held his own to finish his debut season in a respectable 12th from 39 riders. Starts Wins Podiums Poles F.
Aprilia Racing Team Gresini. Syanrin help by adding reliable sources. Inat the age of 13, Hafizh made his debut in the Cub Prix championship in dominating style finishing his first year on the Yamaha LC Cup class second overall.
Inwild-card Hafizh led during the middle stages of Malaysian Grand Prix on his way to fourth place.
He finished fourth in the same series in Hafizh Syahrin, nicknamed “El Pescao”, made an impressive performance on his 1st ever run on a MotoGP bike by clocking a lap time as good as the other rookies who have been on the circuit longer than him. The result was later promoted to a third-place finish, after Anthony West ‘s results were expunged in November Later, he had another stunning result by taking 3rd podium on his career when he get 3rd position in a wet race at the Japanese Grand Prix two podiums within 3 races.
Just a week before the MotoGP Sepang pre-season test, Jonas Folger made a surprising announcement by stating that he would not compete in the season to recover from a health problem. Despite a massive revamp in the technical regulations that led to the renaming of the expert category to become the CP category; these changes did little to rattle Syahrin’s cage. Hafizh started the season on a high winning the opening race of the season at Alor Setar with a win in the Novice category.
Views Read Edit View history. Retrieved 18 October Monster Yamaha Tech 3 was delighted about his potential and signed Hafizh to fill Jonas Folger’s seat for the season. Hafizh ahead at the Catalan Grand Prix. It was not long before his talent began to show after his racing debut on pocket bikes the following year.
Retrieved from ” https: Dominating the pocket bike category soon after, he was discovered by Leong at one of the pocket bike tracks. Inhe made a slow start to the season with an average performance before making an impact when he took a podium in 3rd position, then later up to 2nd position because of Aegerter’s disqualification for his win at the San Marino Grand Prix.
InHafizh made several more wildcard appearances. Other riders who have competed: Monster Yamaha Tech 3. He made further improvement in by collecting 64 points in 16th position with a season best finish of 5th at the Japanese Grand Prix. The youngster switched to race against his more illustrious and seasoned seniors in the Expert category with podium results.
He began his career at the age of 9, in pocket bikes ; he eventually acquired the nickname “King of Pocket Bikes”, when he was discovered by team manager Barry Leong purely by chance.
Archived from the original on 23 October Retrieved 21 February He collected points along season overall in 9th position.