SUPER SPORTING CLASS
The surprising results from the Vios Challenge Super Sporting class, added element of excitement to the plot. Tengku Djan Ley who was expected to have an easy weekend after securing a front row start in Saturdays’s qualifying, But racing is always unpredictable like the weather. Mark Darwin who made a great start from pole and moved over to defend his position. However, he had closed the door well into Tengku Djan and the pair contacted, sending Darwin into the outside wall and forcing him into retirement.
The race had to be restarted, Darwin and with Djan alone on the first row, made a clean run to pull ahead of the pack made up of William Ho, Mitchell Cheah and Ser Ming Hui. However, Djan’s bumper began to flail from the earlier collision and was pulled into the pits on lap 4 to remove the offending part, dropping him into eighth.
William Ho then had to face a charging Mitchell Cheah who sniffed the opportunity to take the win and muscled his way past William on the next lap. The move broke Ho’s side skirt, forcing him to pit to remove the part.
Ser Ming Hui took advantage of the melee to inherit the lead which he held to the chequered flag. Mitchell was handed a 15 second penalty for jumping the start thus promoting Syafiq Ali and Boy Wong to second and third respectively.
1. 33 Ser Meng Hui MMCS Sport Racing Team
2. 7 Syafiq bin Ali M7 Racing Team
3. 21 Wong Yew Choong ST Wangan Racing Team
4 . 4 Siow Moon Yeow
5. 12 Tengku Djan bin Tengku Mahaleel Team Nanoplus
1. 11 Mitchell Cheah Min Jie Dream Chaser
2. 21 Wong Yew Choong ST Wangan Racing Team
3. 39 Ho Wil Liam
4. 7 Syafiq bin Ali M7 Racing Team
5. 33 Ser Meng Hui MMCS Sport Racing Team