25 January 2022, Tuesday | 10:37pm

Kasma Daniel remains pointless after first corner blunder in Teruel


KUALA LUMPUR -- It was a pointless outing for national Moto2 rider Kasma Daniel Kasmayudin after he tumbled at the first corner which ended his race at the Teruel Moto2 Grand Prix (GP) at the Aragorn Circuit in Spain yesterday.

The OneXOX TKKR SAG Team rider shared the misfortune with two others, namely Japanese Tetsuta Nagashima of Red Bull KTM Ajo and Swiss Thomas Luthi of Liqui Moly Intact GP, thus failed to collect any point.

“I would like to apologise to the team and I will continue to learn and do better in the next race,” he said in an audio message shared by his personal media officer with Bernama.

Meanwhile, another national rider Hafizh Syahrin Abdullah from Team Aspar Moto2 finished the race at 13th place out of 23 riders, clocking in 39 minutes and 53.962 seconds.

Briton Sam Lowes, of EG 0.0 March VDS, claimed his third consecutive wins this season after clocking in 39:27.645, followed by two Italian riders - Fabio Di Giannantonio of Lightect Speed up (8.425 seconds behind) and Enea Bastianini of Italtrans Racing Team (10.872 seconds behind), in the second and third place respectively.

Hafizh Syahrin is now at the 20th spot in the Moto2 World Championship standings with 21 points after 12 races, while Kasma Daniel remains pointless.

The MotoGP World Championship to continue with the Europe GP (Nov 6-8) and the Valencia GP (Nov 13-15) at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit, Valencia, Spain.



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