Asia Road Racing Championship

From Wikipedia for FEVERv2
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_infobox_0

FIM Asia Road Racing ChampionshipAsia Road Racing Championship_table_caption_0
CategoryAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_0_0 Motorcycle sportAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_0_1
RegionAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_1_0 AsiaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_1_1
Inaugural seasonAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_2_0 1996Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_2_1
ClassesAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_3_0 Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_3_1
Official websiteAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_4_0 Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_4_1
ASB1000Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_5_0
ConstructorsAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_6_0 Honda, Kawasaki, BMW, Yamaha, DucatiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_6_1
Tyre suppliersAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_7_0 DunlopAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_7_1
Riders' championAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_8_0 2019 Malaysia Azlan Shah KamaruzamanAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_8_1
Teams' championAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_9_0 ONEXOX TKKR SAG TeamAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_9_1
Constructors' championAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_10_0 BMWAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_10_1
SuperSports 600ccAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_12_0
ConstructorsAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_13_0 Honda, Kawasaki, YamahaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_13_1
Tyre suppliersAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_14_0 DunlopAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_14_1
Riders' championAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_15_0 2019 Thailand Peerapong BoonlertAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_15_1
Teams' championAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_16_0 Yamaha Thailand Racing TeamAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_16_1
Constructors' championAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_17_0 YamahaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_17_1
Asia Production 250ccAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_19_0
ConstructorsAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_20_0 Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, TVSAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_20_1
Tyre suppliersAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_21_0 DunlopAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_21_1
Riders' championAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_22_0 2019 Indonesia Andy Muhammad FadlyAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_22_1
Teams' championAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_23_0 Manual Tech KYT Kawasaki RacingAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_23_1
Constructors' championAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_24_0 KawasakiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_24_1
Underbone 150ccAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_26_0
ConstructorsAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_27_0 Honda, YamahaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_27_1
Tyre suppliersAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_28_0 DunlopAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_28_1
Riders' championAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_29_0 2019 Philippines McKinley Kyle PazAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_29_1
Teams' championAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_30_0 UMA Racing Yamaha Philippine TeamAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_30_1
Constructors' championAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_0_31_0 YamahaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_0_31_1

The FIM Asia Road Racing Championship is the regional motorcycle road racing championship for Asia, held since 1996. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_0

This championship is part of the production-based category of racing, similar to the Supersport World Championship, British Supersport Championship and AMA Supersport Championship. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_1

Modified versions of road-going motorcycles available to the public are featured in the race. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_2

The championship is currently divided into four open-make classes - the ASB1000 (Asia Superbikes), SuperSports 600cc, Asia Production 250cc and Underbone 150cc. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_3

The new Asian Superbikes class revved off in 2019. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_4

Overview Asia Road Racing Championship_section_0

The Asia Road Racing Championship was first organized in 1996 as part of an Asian-wide initiative boost the development of the sport of motorcycle racing in the continent. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_5

The championship received the endorsement of the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM, "International Motorcycling Federation") in 1997 and has been recognized since as the Asian continental championship for the FIM. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_6

The commercial rights are owned by Two Wheels Motor Racing, with FIM Asia as the sports sanctioning body. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_7

The 2020 season consists of seven rounds with two races organized per round. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_8

Circuits Asia Road Racing Championship_section_1

The championship tours in Asia but is open to riders from all nationalities. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_9

The Asia Road Racing 2020 season consisted of 14 races at 5 circuits in 5 Asian countries. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_10

Asia Road Racing Championship_unordered_list_0

Other venues that had previously hosted the Asia Road Racing Championship included: Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_11

Asia Road Racing Championship_unordered_list_1

2020 race classes and motorcycles Asia Road Racing Championship_section_2

Current broadcasters Asia Road Racing Championship_section_3

Worldwide Asia Road Racing Championship_section_4

Live coverage, on-demand, and highlights for free practices, qualifications, and races is available on Asia Road Racing Championship's official Facebook page and Youtube channel, as well as . Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_12

Asia-Pacific Asia Road Racing Championship_section_5

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_1

Country/RegionAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_1_0_0 BroadcasterAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_1_0_1
BruneiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_1_0 Astro ArenaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_1_1
MalaysiaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_2_0
RTMAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_4_0
ChinaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_5_0 Selected regional channels, online platforms, and social mediasAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_5_1
Star SportsAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_6_0
KoreaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_8_0
Hong KongAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_9_0 Fox SportsAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_9_1
MacauAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_10_0
MongoliaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_11_0
Papua New GuineaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_12_0
Southeast AsiaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_13_0
IndonesiaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_14_0 tvOneAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_14_1
ThailandAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_15_0 True4UAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_1_15_1

Spain (the one and only European country) Asia Road Racing Championship_section_6

All races are streamed through subscription service DAZN. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_13

Chronology: winners and race classes Asia Road Racing Championship_section_7

1996–1999 Asia Road Racing Championship_section_8

The road racing series began on 2-stroke engines. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_14

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_2

YearAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_2_0_0 Series Production 250cc (2-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_2_0_1 Sports Production 150cc (2-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_2_0_2 Underbone 125cc (2-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_2_0_3 Underbone 110cc (2-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_2_0_4
1996Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_1_0 Malaysia Shahrol Yuzy Ahmad ZainiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_1_1 Thailand Direk AchawongAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_1_2 Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_1_3 Thailand Somkuan RaemeeAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_1_4
1997Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_2_0 Malaysia Chow Yan KitAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_2_1 Thailand Direk AchawongAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_2_2 Thailand Niphon SaengsawangAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_2_3 Thailand Eakrach PunbupphaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_2_4
1998Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_3_0 Japan Youichi NakajimaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_3_1 Thailand Direk AchawongAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_3_2 Thailand Eakrach PunbupphaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_3_3 Thailand Amporn SiriphatAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_3_4
1999Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_4_0 Japan Naoto OguraAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_4_1 Thailand Direk AchawongAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_4_2 Thailand Eakrach PunbupphaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_4_3 Thailand Surapong BoonlertAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_2_4_4

2000 Asia Road Racing Championship_section_9

The gradual shift to 4-stroke engines began in 2000 when the SuperSports 600cc class replaced the previous 250cc bikes as the premier class of the championship. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_15

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_3

YearAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_3_0_0 SuperSports 600cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_3_0_1 GP125 (2-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_3_0_2 Underbone 125cc (2-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_3_0_3 Underbone 110cc (2-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_3_0_4
2000Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_3_1_0 Malaysia Chia Tuck CheongAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_3_1_1 Thailand Suhathai ChaemsapAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_3_1_2 Thailand Surapong BoonlertAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_3_1_3 Thailand Thammanoon SillapakulAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_3_1_4

2001–2002 Asia Road Racing Championship_section_10

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_4

YearAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_4_0_0 SuperSports 600cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_4_0_1 GP125 (2-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_4_0_2 Underbone 125cc (2-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_4_0_3
2001Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_4_1_0 Malaysia Chia Tuck CheongAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_4_1_1 Thailand Direk AchawongAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_4_1_2 Malaysia Mazlan KhamisAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_4_1_3
2002Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_4_2_0 Japan Toshiyuki HamaguchiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_4_2_1 Thailand Suhathai ChaemsapAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_4_2_2 Malaysia Mohamad Hisham NgadinAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_4_2_3

2003 Asia Road Racing Championship_section_11

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_5

YearAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_5_0_0 SuperSports 600cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_5_0_1 Underbone 125cc (2-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_5_0_2
2003Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_5_1_0 Japan Toshiyuki HamaguchiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_5_1_1 Malaysia Mohamad Hisham NgadinAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_5_1_2

2004–2005 Asia Road Racing Championship_section_12

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_6

YearAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_6_0_0 SuperSports 600cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_6_0_1 Underbone 125cc (2-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_6_0_2 Underbone 115cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_6_0_3
2004Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_6_1_0 Japan Toshiyuki HamaguchiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_6_1_1 Malaysia Ahmad Fazli ShamAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_6_1_2 Indonesia M. Fadli ImmammuddinAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_6_1_3
2005Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_6_2_0 Japan Toshiyuki HamaguchiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_6_2_1 Malaysia Ahmad Fazli ShamAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_6_2_2 Indonesia Doni Tata PraditaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_6_2_3

2006 Asia Road Racing Championship_section_13

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_7

YearAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_7_0_0 SuperSports 600cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_7_0_1 Underbone 115cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_7_0_2 Underbone 115cc (Under 21)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_7_0_3
2006Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_7_1_0 Japan Toshiyuki HamaguchiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_7_1_1 Indonesia Gilang Pranata SukmaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_7_1_2 Indonesia Feizy JuniardithAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_7_1_3

2007–2011 Asia Road Racing Championship_section_14

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_8

YearAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_8_0_0 SuperSports 600cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_8_0_1 Underbone 115cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_8_0_2
2007Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_1_0 Thailand Decha KraisartAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_1_1 Indonesia Wahyu WidodoAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_1_2
2008Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_2_0 Japan Toshiyuki HamaguchiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_2_1 Indonesia Owie NurhudaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_2_2
2009Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_3_0 Thailand Chalermpol PolamaiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_3_1 Malaysia Mohd Affendi RosliAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_3_2
2010Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_4_0 Thailand Decha KraisartAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_4_1 Indonesia Hadi WijayaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_4_2
2011Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_5_0 Japan Katsuaki FujiwaraAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_5_1 Indonesia Rafid Topan SuciptoAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_8_5_2

2012–2014 Asia Road Racing Championship_section_15

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_9

YearAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_9_0_0 SuperSports 600cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_9_0_1 Underbone 115cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_9_0_2 Asia Dream CupAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_9_0_3
2012Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_9_1_0 Japan Ryuichi KiyonariAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_9_1_1 Indonesia Hadi WijayaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_9_1_2 Japan Hikari OkuboAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_9_1_3
2013Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_9_2_0 Malaysia Azlan Shah KamaruzamanAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_9_2_1 Indonesia Hadi WijayaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_9_2_2 Japan Hiroki OnoAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_9_2_3
2014Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_9_3_0 Malaysia Mohd Zaqhwan ZaidiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_9_3_1 Indonesia Gupita Kresna WardhanaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_9_3_2 Malaysia Khairul Idham PawiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_9_3_3

2015–2016 Asia Road Racing Championship_section_16

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_10

YearAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_10_0_0 SuperSports 600cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_10_0_1 Asia Production 250cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_10_0_2 Underbone 130cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_10_0_3 Asia Dream CupAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_10_0_4 Suzuki Asian ChallengeAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_10_0_5
2015Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_10_1_0 Japan Yuki TakahashiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_10_1_1 Japan Takehiro YamamotoAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_10_1_2 Indonesia Gupita Kresna WardhanaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_10_1_3 Thailand Mukhlada SarapuechAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_10_1_4 Indonesia Andreas GunawanAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_10_1_5
2016Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_10_2_0 Malaysia Mohd Zaqhwan ZaidiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_10_2_1 Thailand Apiwat WongthananonAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_10_2_2 Indonesia Wahyu Aji TrilaksanaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_10_2_3 Japan Hiroki NakamuraAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_10_2_4 Indonesia Jefri TosemaAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_10_2_5

2017 Asia Road Racing Championship_section_17

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_11

YearAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_11_0_0 SuperSports 600cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_11_0_1 Asia Production 250cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_11_0_2 Underbone 150cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_11_0_3 Suzuki Asian ChallengeAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_11_0_4
2017Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_11_1_0 Malaysia Azlan Shah KamaruzamanAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_11_1_1 Indonesia Gerry SalimAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_11_1_2 Malaysia Md Akid AzizAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_11_1_3 Thailand Punchana KulrojchalalaiAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_11_1_4

2018 Asia Road Racing Championship_section_18

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_12

YearAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_12_0_0 SuperSports 600cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_12_0_1 Asia Production 250cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_12_0_2 Underbone 150cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_12_0_3
2018Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_12_1_0 Thailand Ratthapong WilairotAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_12_1_1 Indonesia Rheza Danica AhrensAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_12_1_2 Malaysia Md Helmi AzmanAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_12_1_3

2019–2020 Asia Road Racing Championship_section_19

Asia Road Racing Championship_table_general_13

YearAsia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_13_0_0 ASB1000 (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_13_0_1 SuperSports 600cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_13_0_2 Asia Production 250cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_13_0_3 Underbone 150cc (4-stroke)Asia Road Racing Championship_header_cell_13_0_4
2019Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_13_1_0 Malaysia Azlan Shah KamaruzamanAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_13_1_1 Thailand Peerapong BoonlertAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_13_1_2 Indonesia Andy Muhammad FadlyAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_13_1_3 Philippines McKinley Kyle PazAsia Road Racing Championship_cell_13_1_4
2020Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_13_2_0 Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_13_2_1 Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_13_2_2 Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_13_2_3 Asia Road Racing Championship_cell_13_2_4

Notable achievements Asia Road Racing Championship_section_20

The Asia Road Racing Championship is a mix of well-known riders racing against upcoming talents from the Asian region. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_16

Some of the big names that have contributed to the growth of the sport of road racing in Asia include Katsuaki Fujiwara, Ryuichi Kiyonari, Yuki Takahashi and Noriyuki Haga. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_17

In 2016, Anthony West was the latest addition in the roster of internationally recognized names. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_18

For the 2019 season, Australian racers who have participated in both MotoGP and World Superbike take part in the series, they are Broc Parkes, and Bryan Staring. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_19

This formula of pitting upcoming talents against seasoned campaigners have resulted in a number of successes. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_20

In recent years, riders from the Asian region are beginning to make their breakthrough into the MotoGP arena. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_21

These include: Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_22

Asia Road Racing Championship_unordered_list_2

On July 4 to 11, 2016, five young riders from the Asia Production 250cc class became the first batch of riders to be trained at the VR46 Academy in Italy as part of the Yamaha|VR46 Master Camp. Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_23

They were Peerapong Loiboonpeng (21, Thailand), Imanuel Putra Pratna (19, Indonesia), Galang Hendra Pratama (17, Indonesia), Soichiro Minamimoto (16, Japan) and Kasma Daniel Kasmayudin (16, Malaysia). Asia Road Racing Championship_sentence_24

Credits to the contents of this page go to the authors of the corresponding Wikipedia page: Road Racing Championship.