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X30 Southeast Asia - Round 1

14 Jun 2017

 

What a great weekend for the team at Round 1 of X30 Southeast Asia 2017!

 

AutoInc Racing fielded 17 drivers, battled it out with the fastest in the region, and brought back a total of 12 podium finishes. It was a great race to watch and to be here fighting for everyone!

 

In the Cadet category, Supakit Jenjitranun fought his way from P8 at the start of the Final to finish P4. Wahyu Norhashim, who moved up to the Junior category this year, proved that he’s able to compete with the bigger boys by finishing P4 on the podium.

 

After a weekend leading the pack, both Jason Burns and Jayden Jin went onto the podium as Senior category Champion and winner of the GoPro Fastest Lap respectively. Prassetyo Hardja also dominated the field, finishing 2nd in the Final and on the podium.

 

Jeremy Lee, Benjamin Chiang, and Leon Khoo put up impressive efforts in a combined grid of Master and Veteran drivers to finish Champion, P2, and P4.

 

Some of the AutoInc drivers ran into bad luck with their weekend. In the Final, Pavan hit a kerb and suffered a dropped chain, while Thaddeus’ rear bumper was caught on his wheels in the Pre-Final after an incident.

 

Nevertheless, a big thank you to all drivers and mechanics for giving it your all and for being such a good sport.

We’re here for you – Now on to the next chapter of racing!

 

Cadet Category
Supakit Jenjtranun – P4 (Zone Classification)
Ariel Erez - P4 (Singapore Classification)
Cui Yuan Pu

 

Junior Category
Wahyu Norhashim – P4 (Zone Classification)
Bianca Bustamante

 

Senior Category
Jason Burns - Champion (Zone and Singapore Classification)
Prassetyo Hardja – P2 (Zone Classification)
Jayden Jin – P4 (Singapore Classification), Go-Pro Fastest Lap Award
Pavan Ravishankar
Yeo Hong Yang
Caelan Wong
Joshua Goh
Thaddeus Lee

 

Veteran Category
Jeremy Lee – Champion (Zone and Singapore Classification)
Benjamin Chiang - P2 (Zone and Singapore Classification)
Leon Khoo – P4 (Zone and Singapore Classification)
Simon Wong

 

 

 

 

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