Arbi Ready to Score Again at the Marco Simoncelli Circuit

DAPURPACU – Fadillah Arbi Aditama is preparing to face the 6th FIM JuniorGP World Championship series at Misano World Circuit-Marco Simoncelli, Italy, Saturday (3/9).

After more than a month of preparation, the riders fostered by the Astra Honda Racing Team are determined to continue making progress in their inaugural year in this competition.

In the previous lap at the last race in Portimao, Arbi showed his potential by moving up 10 positions at the finish and picking up points.

The racer born in Purworejo is quite confident in facing the race this weekend, even though Misano World Italia is a new circuit for him.

The target for this racer with motorcycle number 34 is not grandiose, namely to score better achievements than before in this series.

“I’m looking forward to this weekend’s race. The Misano track has a lot of hard braking areas and fast corners, the character of this circuit I really like,” said Arbi, in his official broadcast on Thursday.

“I hope to adapt quickly, considering there will only be one training session. Hopefully I can enter the top 10 and get closer to the front group,” he said.

For information, the Misano World Circuit-Marco Simoncelli has a track length of 4.2 km, dominated by corners that make the characteristics of this circuit stop and go.

This condition will test the riders to stay focused in braking and accelerating the motorbike when exiting the corner.

The FIM JuniorGP World Championship will hold one race on Saturday (3/9) at 22.15 WIB, which can be watched live on the YouTube channel. [dp/MTH]

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