Category Archive: China – Macau – Hong Kong

Tony Kart Announce Official 2012 Team – 5 Asian Drivers

TonyKart has announced their 2012 racing team, and dubbed Micheal Schumacher the “Godfather of the Tony Kart Racing Team.” Michael Schumacher joined the first official test of the year. Five Asian drivers are part of the prestigious team. Ling Kang, Ryota …

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Nicolaj Moller Madsen Wins AKOC Opener

Danish driver Nicolaj Moller Madsen won the Senior category at round 1 of AKOC held in Macau last weekend. He took the win with a comfortable gap to Indonesian driver Zahir Ali in 2nd place and Andrew Tang (Singapore) in …

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Stratos on the Podium at AKOC with Daniel Woodroof

Press Release: This weekend was the first round of the prestigious Asian Karting Open Championship 2011 held in Macau. The event attracted a strong field of karters not only from many Asian countries but also from Europe. Malaysian team, Stratos …

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Bradley Displays Usual Determination to Win

Richard Bradley

Singapore, 14 July 2010 – Following a victory from the first round, multiple British kart racing champion Richard Bradley was determined for a similar performance in the Formula 125 Senior Open category at the second round of Asian Karting Open Championship (AKOC) 2010.

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James Pull Battles Back in Final

James Pull

Press Release

Singapore, 15 June 2010 – At the second round of the 2010 Asian Karting Open Championship (AKOC) last weekend, Singapore-based race karter James Pull continues his racing foray to circuits outside of Singapore and Malaysia. The 10-year-old Axle BHPetrol Racing driver drove on the Kartodromo De Coloane track in Macau for the first time and despite encountering a few incidents, Pull still managed to finish on the podium in the Mini ROK category.

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Nabil Dominates in Rotax Asia Challenge Hong Kong

Muhammad Nabil dominated the Senior category at the non-championship round of the Rotax Asia Challenge held at the Diamond Coast International Karting Circuit in Hong Kong last weekend. Nabil headed all sessions including the warm ups by a healthy margin, leaving others seconds behind in a matter of laps. Mikko Nassi made it to second in the final after starting in 7th making it a KRS Racing Team and Intrepid 1-2.

In the Masters category John King overcame a crash on the first lap of the final which dropped him to last to stage an amazing comeback by taking the race win! Rolf Seibl finished the race in 2nd.

In the Juniors Calvin Seibl took the win ahead of Matthew Solomon and Brendan Seibl.

Results are HERE. Discussions including pictures on the forums HERE. More pictures on “chungangus'” flickr page HERE.

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