Indonesian Participants Dominate the First HRSC Series #3

DAPURPACU – The inaugural round of the Honda Racing Simulator Championship (HRSC) season 3 has just finished on August 28, 2022, using the Zandvoort virtual circuit, the Netherlands.

The participants from Indonesia were able to compete fiercely with other players who came from various countries, where they managed to dominate the podium in the first series.

The first round of HRSC #3 this time used a new class division, namely the New Honda Civic Type R, Honda City Hatchback RS, and Honda Brio RS Urbanite.

The result is a new champion. In the top class, namely the Civic Type R class, the first place was won by Daffa Ardiansa, who also won at HRSC last season.

Then followed by Presley Peter as second place, third place was occupied by participant from the Philippines named Russel Reyes.

The City Hatchback RS class was no less exciting, where the first podium was occupied by Ezra Ariq. Then Muhammad Irfan in the second and third positions inhabited by participants from Malaysia, Sim Kai Wern.

Meanwhile, the winners in the Brio RS Urbanite class were dominated by participants from Indonesia. Gigi Ihsan took the first place on the podium, then Dzaki Radhiyya was in second place and Brianando Garneda took third on the podium.

Yusak Billy, Business Innovation and Marketing & Sales Director of PT Honda Prospect Motor, said that the first HRSC series in the third season was competitive, as seen from the emergence of new names who became champions.

“The existence of a new name as a champion shows that any participant who competes can become a champion. We hope that sim racers are motivated to give the best results in the next round,” he said.

The second round of HRSC will take place on September 24, 2022, using the Istanbul Circuit, Turkey as its virtual circuit. [dp/MTH]

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