Sunday, May 24, 2015

Kampungstay Desa Murni, A Perfect Holiday!

Kampungstay Desa Murni is a holiday destination located at Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia. Just 15 minutes from Temerloh Toll of Lebuhraya Pantai Timur. We offered a peaceful place to stay during your holidays and vacations as the atmosphere here surely ease your mind and for sure, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
The rooms, houses, facilities are build with love. The design engraved with “Kampung” style and mix with modern styles, will give a different view to you about a vacation and holiday at “Kampung”. Experience Homestay / Kampungstay in Malaysia by visit Kampungstay Desa Murni. Enjoy the famous Ikan Patin Tempoyak, the activities that origin from the villages nearby. Feel like home! Your are so welcomed here.
We provide a cycling around the village with bicycle is available at low rental rate. Besides, Kampungstay Desa Murni also prepared a pleasure moment for their lodge which is Spa & Sauna. Check our Spa rates here! Our places is suitable for family day, formal &  informal event, gathering and so on.
A programs and activities with the community itself Kampungstay Desa Murni  will surely meets your expectation. The activities that are offered by Kampungstay Desa Murni such as fishing, Batik painting are included in a packages. Get involved with all the activities that has been provided here will make your day. See the guide to enjoy a nearby beautiful and interesting places around the area.
Complete facilities such as wi-fi, swimming pool, kids playground and parking area. We also offered a beauty and health care services which is Spa, Sauna and Cupping (Bekam). Get healthier and stay fit during the your holiday. You will love it!
Reserve your place at Kampungstay Desa Murni for wonderful experience and unforgettable memories. Kampungstay Desa Murni is your perfect holiday destination! Get in touch with us on our social media to see the latest updates, activities, latest promotions and offers. Book Now and enjoy the moment with love one or family and make it priceless experiences.

Homestay In Penang A Hit With Tourists

BUKIT MERTAJAM, May 24 (Bernama) -- Who would have thought a 'green' village well isolated and far from the madding crowd, could be a hit with tourists.

Yet the quiet and calm surroundings of Kampung Sungai Semilang, about eight kilometres from Juru, coupled with the laid back lifestyle of its residents appear to draw both foreign and local visitors alike. Not less appealing is the array of seafood that the villagers have to offer to visitors.

Above it all, Kampung Sungai Semilang's environment-friendly status is unquestionable, having proven, by clinching the 'Cleanest Village Award' in Seberang Perai district, that it walked the talk in conservation.

Kampung Sungai Semilang's economic enlightenment began in 2006, when the village was selected as a homestay destination in Penang. Initially, 10 village homes were opened to visitors to let them have an insight of rural life in the northern state of Malaysia.

The federal government also built the necessary infrastructure to enhance the socioeconomic status of the residents; now after almost 10 years in operation, the village's homestay programme continues to rake in the money.

Sungai Semilang homestay coordinator Shamsuddin Ahmad, 64, said the programme had greatly helped the villagers in terms of improving their livelihood.

"The homestay programme is good because it not only generates income for the residents, it is also an opportunity for the locals to express their friendly, engaging nature," he told Bernama. He believes the ambiance and villagers' hospitality are exactly the niche that get visitors from countries such as Japan, South Korea, Germany, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand, coming.

Even students of higher learning institutions are drawn to the village which boasts of dense forest and hills that are very conducive for a motivational camp, according to Shamsuddin.

He said the homestay rate per night is between RM60 and RM70, with a Malay tradition and culture familiarisation package thrown in, besides the opportunity to wear traditional attire for the enviable snapshot and a mock wedding ceremony to remember. "To value-add the tourism product, local handicrafts and snacks are also offered for sale," he said.

Meanwhile, Penang Regional Development Authority senior assistant manager (Economic Development), Mohd Salleh Hussain said the federal government had allocated RM500,000 to boost the homestay industry in the state. He said the funds were channeled through the Penang Bumiputera Development Council.

"There are 11 homestay destinations in Penang and it is the first time that the star rating was introduced in the programme, for cleanliness, safety, and service quality," he said.

He said this after a ceremony to present bicycles and support equipment to Sungai Semilang homestay operators, which was witnessed by Sungai Dua assemblyman Muhamad Yusoff Mohd Noor. Mohd Salleh said 10 operators received air conditioners, 20 bicycles and support equipment worth RM37,724.50.


Saturday, May 23, 2015

SIC Offers Special Paddock Access For World Superbike In Sepang

For just RM265, motorcycling fans can enjoy an unrivalled experience at the Malaysian Round of the thrilling eni FIM World Superbike Championship 2015 (WSBK) with close access to the stars and the action at the Sepang International Circuit (SIC) this year. 

The Paddock Access, which is currently on promotional sale until 30 June 2015, will provide fans with the best seats at the circuit to catch all the action at the eni FIM World Superbike Championship 2015 Malaysian Round as well as a ticket to the event’s most happening area for socialising - the Paddock Show hospitality area.

The place where food, music and entertainment run non-stop, the Paddock Show is the centre of attention during non-racing time periods as the paddock community including the star riders, team managers, racing engineers, celebrities and officials come and relax - giving ample opportunity for fans to get close to their idols. 

“It’s a ticket that I strongly recommend for the die-hard fans. It does not just provide you with access to the paddock to meet the riders and enjoy socialising with like-minded people, but it also provides you with the option to catch the event from the Main Grandstand as well as a bird’s eye view from the rooftop at the paddock for the entire three-day event,” said SIC Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Razlan Razali.

Sepang International Circuit (SIC) hosts Round 10 of a 13-leg eni FIM World Superbike Championship 2015 - the Malaysian round from 31 July to 1 August 2015. As an added attraction, SIC is sponsoring a world motorcycling legend as a wildcard rider in the Superbike World Championship. The event, which is the second edition of the WSBK held in Sepang, also features the Supersport World Championship and a host of support races including Round 2 of the Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC).

“We will definitely organise a special event featuring our legendary wildcard rider at the Paddock Show. It will be an added bonus for the fans that purchased the Paddock Access tickets. So, get these special tickets now at a discount before it goes back to normal pricing at RM530 on 1 July 2015,” Dato’ Razlan added.

The Paddock Access is also offered as a package with exclusive merchandise at RM307.40 inclusive of GST. After 30 June 2015, fans will need to fork out RM572.40 for this must-have package.

For the second edition of the WSBK in Sepang, SIC has also created a special fan club tribute area occupying the Diamond seats at the Main Grandstand. Tickets are currently being offered at a promotional price of RM84.80 inclusive of GST. 

Seats at the K1 Grandstand are currently offered at RM63.60 inclusive of GST against a normal price of RM84.80. Main Grandstand seats are now offered at RM106 against its normal price of RM137.80 inclusive of GST.

For the special packages with exclusive merchandise, the K1 Grandstand Package is currently at a discounted price of RM106 while the Main Grandstand package is currently being offered at RM148.40. 

Opened at Phillip Island, Australia this season on 22 February, the eni FIM World Superbike Championship 2015 goes into its sixth round this weekend (22 to 24 May) at Donington Park for the UK Round.

Friday, May 22, 2015

Tourism & Culture Minister Leads Delegation To Russia's Biggest Travel Expo

VLADIVOSTOK, 22 May 2015: Tourism Malaysia’s efforts to publicise the Malaysia Year of Festivals (MyFest) 2015 continue in Far East Russia. The Minister of Tourism and Culture Malaysia Dato’ Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz is leading a delegation to participate in the Pacific International Tourism Expo (PITE) from 22 to 25 May.

The event, which takes place at the Far Eastern Federal University, provides an excellent platform for Tourism Malaysia to promote the country’s events for MyFest besides tourist attractions to boost arrivals from the Far East Russian market. It’s also an opportunity to meet and network with local tour agents, airlines, and media.    

Dato’ Seri Nazri is accompanied by Y.Bhg Datuk Rashidi Hasbullah, Deputy Secretary General of Ministry of Tourism and Culture (MOTAC), Tourism Malaysia’s Director of Advertising Division Dato’ Abdul Khani Daud and the Director of International Promotion Division (North and East Asia) Nor Aznan Sulaiman, as well as the Director General of Malaysian Handicraft Development Corporation Dato’ Mohd Kamil Mohd Ali.

During the travel expo, Dato’ Seri Nazri is scheduled to launch Tourism Malaysia’s MyFest Billboard Advertising Campaign in Far East Russia and a mobile application called ‘SMART-I’, which aims to help potential visitors to plan their trip to Malaysia and get important information and shopping offers. 

Malaysia is pleased to participate in PITE for the fourth time as it is regarded as one the biggest travel expos in East Russia. Last year, a total of 20,000 people visited the event, and a total of 243 companies from China, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, USA, and Vietnam participated in the expo.

This promotional effort is expected to boost the arrivals of Russian tourists to Malaysia. Last year, Malaysia received 61,845 tourists from Russia, signifying a 16.2% increase compared to the previous year.
-Tourism Malaysia.

Kuala Lumpur Big Kitchen Festival 2015 @ Dataran Merdeka ( 29~31 May 2015 )

The city of Kuala Lumpur heats up as Merdeka Square comes alive with the sights and smells of local and international gastronomic delights at the inaugural KL Big Kitchen Festival 2015! Kuala Lumpur City Hall in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism & Culture, are proud to present this 3-day food festival that showcases the diversity of cuisine available in Kuala Lumpur.

Visitors will be spoilt for choice with the range of over 60 food counters serving up the best of the Malaysian gastronomic. The food will be freshly prepared and cooked throughout the day to ensure hygiene, quality and freshness.

The KL Big Kitchen offers visitors a treat as celebrity gastronomic personalities and chefs interact and demonstrate their skills in preparing the finest dishes. Alongside live cooking workshops and demonstrations of contemporary and traditional culinary techniques, there will be a host of cultural performances including dance and musical shows that truly portray the melting pot of cultures in Malaysia.

The diversity of cultures and cuisine is also reflected in the abundance of herbs and spices that are used in traditional recipes as well as contemporary dishes. The variety of herbs and spices available has their roots in Malay, Chinese and Indian cultures, many of which have health properties. The KL Big Kitchen Festival will feature many of these traditional ingredients where visitors will get to taste, buy and learn how they are used in cooking some amazing dishes.

Other fun activities include food talks and gastronomic challenges, among them being the KL Signature Dish Competition, the KL Signature Mocktail Competition and the KL Big Kitchen Race. The winners of the KL Signature Dish and KL Signature Mocktail Drink will have their creations recognized as the official dish and drink of the city. While they will be each receiving trophies from the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur together with sponsored gifts, they will also have the honour of be recognised as the creators of the newest icons of Kuala Lumpur.
The KL Big Kitchen Festival 2015 is a fun-filled 3-day festival that will satiate the foodie in you! With more than just tons of appetizing food, there will be a host of lifestyle & cultural performances and exciting competitions for everyone. Don’t forget to mark your calendar for this gastronomic gathering.
Visitors will have the opportunity to attend all the cooking workshops and demonstrations (based on a first-come, first-served basis as seats may be limited), listen to the gastronomic talks and be entertained by the cultural performances.

Food items may be purchased using “Kupang”, which are specially designed tokens that will replace the need for cash at the festival. The “Kupangs” will be available in denominations of half Kupang, one Kupang and five Kupang. The Kupangs can be purchased at the ticketing booth near the main entrance to the festival venue.

The term “Kupang” is taken from the traditional Malay coin currency that was used in the Malay Peninsula since over a century ago.

So, don’t miss the inaugural KL Big Kitchen Festival!


Thursday, May 21, 2015

Keajaiban Malam "Magic of the Night" @ Marina Putrajaya ( 28~31 Mei 2015 )

Aktiviti-aktiviti sepanjang acara Magic Of The Night 2015 adalah seperti berikut:

Perarakan Bot Berhias (Acara Utama)

+ Persembahan pergendangan

+ Fabulous Food MOTN2015

+ Pertandingan Fotografi

+ Pertandingan Selfie

+ Pameran Interaktif MyFEST2015

+ Pameran dan demonstrasi mewarna batik, anyaman rotan, mewarna seramik oleh Perbadanan Kraftangan Malaysia

+ Aktiviti interaktif Graffiti oleh LPSVN

+ Booth pameran 1MG1MC & Voluntourism

+ Perkhidmatan bas Hop-On Hop-Off (HOHO)

+ Booth-booth pameran

Tourism Malaysia’s Promotional Efforts Malaysia Truly Asia Travel Fair 2015 ( 22 ~ 24 May 2015 )

SINGAPORE, 18 MAY 2015: Tourism Malaysia – Singapore office markets Malaysia as a top-of-mind destination of excellence and to make the tourism industry a major contributor to the social-economic development of the nation.

In our continuous efforts to attract more tourists to Malaysia in this promotional Year of Festivals 2015, the biannual Malaysia Truly Asia Travel Fair 2015 makes its return and is set to wow all visitors with a wide range and unique mélange of attractions and holiday packages, as well as the multitude of special products and services offered.

The Fair will be held from 22nd May to 24th May at Changi City Point (Atrium), 10:00am to 9:30pm and is organised by Global Exhibition Organisers Sdn Bhd. A total of 42 Exhibitors - made up of Malaysia attractions, hotels, state tourism organizations and other travel-related companies – will tempt visitors with an amazing variety of attractive promotions and incredible deals.

For the first time, Agrobazaar Malaysia will participate and feature products such as Agro Teh Tarik, fruits, Assam Laksa, Mee Bandung, Chendol and more. Agrobazaar Malaysia is a Malaysian agro-based product outlet.

“Malaysia has beautiful beaches, nature, historical towns and delicious food.“ said Mrs Noor Aine Ismail, Director, Tourism Malaysia – Singapore, “Whether for a family vacation, honeymoon or a getaway with friends, Malaysia has plenty to offer as a holiday destination.

With so many exciting stage programmes lined up, members of the public will be torn between catching the varied performances and booking their next vacation!

Mal Dancer Nusantara Cultural Troupe

Malaysia Truly Asia Travel Fair 2015 will feature the talented Mal Dancer Nusantara cultural troupe comprising of six dancers, performing a number of Malaysian traditional dances.

Cooking Demo by Chef AGROBAZAAR

Chef AGROBAZAAR will do a food dish demo: Kerabu Seaweed

Fruits eating & Teh Tarik Competition

These contests are open to the members of the public.

Spin the Wheel

Win Hop-On Hop-Off Double Decker Tour of Kuala Lumpur at Tourism Malaysia’s booth.

MTA Grand Draw

Everyone has a chance to win at Malaysia Truly Asia Travel Fair 2015! The Grand Draw will be held on 24th May at 8:30pm and lucky winners will walk away with great prizes.
-Tourism Malaysia Singapore facebook.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Sabah Tourism, Travel Agencies Offer Attractive Tourism Packages

KOTA KINABALU, May 20 (Bernama) -- The Sabah branch of Tourism Malaysia, in collaboration with eight travel agencies, will introduce attractive tourism packages in conjunction with the Malaysia Festival (My Fest) in Sabah this year.

Its director, Sani Sham Ahmad said through the tour packages, tourists would get a chance to see, feel and participate in many fun activities organised throughout this year.

"Ten tour packages ranging from two days and one night to four days and three nights are offered in each package that promise an interesting experience," he said in a statement here Wednesday.

He said among of the packages offered were Sabah Fest (May 1-3), Sunset Music Fest (June 5-6), International Folklore Fest (Aug 10-15), Borneo Bird Fest (Oct 9-10) and Tamu Besar Kota Belud (Oct 24-25).

Information on the packages are available through the website of Sabah Tourism Malaysia, social media or email at


Malaysian travel consultants lament sorry state of rate parity

While local tour operators have long complained that hotels offer them contract rates that are higher or similar to the dynamic rates offered to OTAs, the gap has widened in recent months to place traditional travel consultants at the losing end.

Arokia Das, senior manager at Luxury Tours Malaysia, shared: “A year ago, OTAs were offered rooms without breakfast at slightly higher rates. This year, they get rooms with breakfast at rates that are lower than what we get.”

The average contract rate for a four-star hotel ranges from RM220 (US$61) to RM250 for local travel consultants, but OTAs get rates as low as RM190, including breakfast, he said. “This is happening because hotels need business and there is an oversupply of rooms.” As a result, “local players lose out to OTAs who make money and are not even based here”, he opined.

Agreeing, Ally Bhoonee, executive director of World Avenues, said this is unfair to travel consultants who have invested in destination promotion. “It also makes the destination look ‘desperate’ to overseas outbound tour operators, who will take full advantage and squeeze the local travel consultants for further discounts.

“The industry – Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH), Malaysian Association of Tour & Travel Agents and the Ministry of Tourism and Culture – must come together to find a solution to this issue,” he said.

However, MAH president, Cheah Swee Hee, told TTG Asia e-Daily the association does not regulate rates as “This is a free market”.

Asked whether there is a solution to rate parity, he said: “If travel consultants want good rates they must also be able to commit a certain number of room nights to the hotel.”

Meanwhile, Alex Lee, CEO of Ping Anchorage Travel & Tours, has found a way out of competing against OTAs by diversifying into the hospitality industry with the 22-room boutique hotel, Terrapuri Heritage Village, in Penarik, Terengganu.

He said: “We sell rooms to OTAs and traditional travel consultants, and we have also diversified to offer services to small inbound MICE and bespoke programmes to high-end clients.”
-TTG Asia.

Malaysia Truly Asia Travel Fair 2015 @ Changi City Point, Singapore ( 22 ~ 24 May 2015 )

  1. Tourism Malaysia
  2. Legoland
  3. Tourism Johor
  4. Lanting Beach Resort
  5. Sari Pacifica Resort
  6. Johor Development Authority
  7. Desaru Fruit Farm
  8. Balau Beach Resort
  9. Desaru Beach Resort
  10. Desaru Feri
  11. Langkawi Development Authority
  12. Panorama Cable Car
  13. Mega Water Sport
  14. Eco Hotel & Resorts
  15. Geopark Hotel & Inns
  16. Langkawi Lagoon
  17. Destination Perak
  18. Grand Beach Resort, Port Dickson
  19. Grand Borneo Hotel, Kota Kinabalu
  20. Grand Merdeka Kuching Hotel, Kuching
  21. Seri Costa, Melaka
  22. Felda Investment Corporation
  23. Felda Residence Kuala Trengganu
  24. Felda Residence Hot Spring, Sungkai
  25. Felda Residence Tanjong Leman, Mersing
  26. Felda Residence Shabat, Lahad Datu, Sabah
  27. Felda Residence Trolak, Sungai
  28. Felda Residence, Jerantut, Pahang
  29. Labuan Development Corporation
  30. Borneo Art Festival
  31. Agro Base, Malaysia
  32. Tourism Pahang
  33. NKS Hotels & Inns
  34. Country View Resort
  35. M.S. Garden
  36. Punchak Inn, Fraser’s Hill
  37. Lanjut Golden Beach Resort
  38. Residence Inn
  39. Xcape Resort, Sungai Lembing, Pahang
  40. Third Link Travel & Tours (MACS)
  41. One Adventure Pte. Ltd.
  42. Firefly Airline

-Tourism Malaysia Singapore facebook.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

M7 Pro Oil Sepang Drag Battle 2015 - Round 2 ( 23 May 2015 )

The M7 Pro Oil Sepang Drag Battle 2015 enters its second round at Sepang International Circuit (SIC) this weekend; promising another showcase of exciting speed and power as top performers from the opening round looking to build on their championship leads.
-Sepang Circuit facebook.

Monday, May 18, 2015

Program Seni & Budaya - Mei ~ Jun 2015

-JKKN facebook.

Return Of A Racing Legend At World SBK In Sepang

Motorcycling fans will see the return of a legendary world class rider when Sepang International Circuit (SIC) hosts its second edition of the eniFIM World Superbike Championship 2015 (WSBK) Malaysia Round this year. 

SIC, the promoter and organiser of the event, which is also sponsoring the participation of the legendary rider as an added attraction, is however withholding his identity for the time being.  

“We are currently working on the finer details of the agreement. We are very excited with this collaboration and we are confident that motorcycling fans would be equally excited when the announcement is made very soon,” said SIC Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Razlan Razali. 

Slotted as Round 10 of a 13-leg championship, the eniFIM World Superbike Championship 2015 Malaysia Round will be held from 31 July to 2 August - featuring the Superbike World Championship and the Supersport World Championship as well as a host of support races including Round 2 of the Malaysia Superbike Championship. 

“The legendary rider will be competing in the World Superbike Championship,” said Dato’ Razlan.

“We had ZaqhwanZaidi last year competing in the World Supersport Championship. We are continuing with the wildcard programmethis year; but with an entirely different approach by sponsoring an international big name,” he added. 

Anticipating a strong attendance this year with a host of exciting activities to make the WSBK weekend an exciting bike festival for all fans and spectators attending, the SIC CEO urged fans to get their tickets for the race now and take opportunity of the early bird promotions, which will end on 30 June.

Tickets purchased now start from as low as RM63.60 inclusive of GST for seats at the K1 Grandstand, which provides a perfect view of Turns 6, 7, 8 and 9 as well as Turn 15 and the entry of the front straight. Main Grandstand seats are now offered at RM106 against its normal price of RM137.80 inclusive of GST. 

For maximum enjoyment of the event, fans are recommended to purchase the Paddock Access tickets, which will allow fans to catch the event from the roof-top of the Pit Building, meet the riders and team members as well as enjoy a close view of the activities within the paddock. The paddock passes are currently offered at RM265 each compared tothe normal pricing of RM530. 

Fans also have the option of purchasing various ticket packages, which combines exclusive event merchandise with the ticket purchase. 

While the Paddock Access Package is currently offered at RM307.40 inclusive of GST, the Main Grandstand Package is offered at RM148.40 inclusive of GST. The K1 Grandstand Package is priced at RM106 inclusive of GST under the early bird promotions. 

Having opened at Phillip Island, Australia this season on 22 February, the eni FIM World Superbike Championship 2015 goes into its fifth round from 8 to 10 May at Imola, Italy. 

After four rounds, Jonathan Rea leads the World Superbike Championship with a total haul of 240 points - holding an 87-point lead over his compatriot Leon Haslam. The SupersportChampionship is currently topped by KenanSofuoflu of Turkey, who has 105 points and a 37-point advantage over Patrick Jacobsen of the USA.

Jakub Kornfeil Claims Sixth Place As Zulfahmi Khairuddin Scores Points At Le Mans

Le Mans, France –Sunday 17th May
Circuit: Circuit des "24 Heures du Mans
Circuit Length: 4.2 km
The French Moto3 Grand Prix saw the DRIVE M7 SIC Racing Team achieve their best result of the season so far with Jakub Kornfeil claiming a hard fought 6th place, whilst Zulfahmi Khairuddin battled his way up to 14th position.
Zulfahmi Khairuddin had a hard task starting his race from thirtieth position on the grid. After taking evasive action to avoid a crash on lap one, the Malaysian rider got to work lapping at a similar pace to the leaders and working his way up the field. Battling to line the 24 year old passed the chequered flag in a respectable fourteenth place, scoring his first points of the season.
Teammate Jakub Kornfeil rode a smart race as he worked hard to maintain his pace and stay with the leading group throughout the 24 laps. Determined to collect vital points, the Czech rider crossed the line in sixth place, elevating his overall position in the Moto3 championship to fourteenth.
#63 Zulfahmi Khairuddin – P14
“The start of the race was good but going into the second corner a rider crashed in front of me and I had to avoid a bike which was in the middle of the track. Step by step I then tried to get my pace; the lap times were good and I was able to pass other riders. A few riders also crashed out but still this was a good race for me because we made another step forward. I felt good on the bike and was in twelfth place on the last lap. I tried to make a move on Guevara but he closed the door on me and then Loi also went past, so I lost a couple of positions, but still I finished in fourteenth, so I am very happy that finally we have some points. I would like to thank my team for today because they have done a great job and I’m very happy with the work they are doing. For Mugello we have to focus on being in a better place for qualifying because every time so far we have had a difficult job starting from the back, but with this result I feel much more confident and I believe we can achieve this and do even better at the next Grand Prix.”
#84 Jakub Kornfeil – P6
“I’m very happy with sixth position today and I’m happy for the team also because both Fahmi and I did quite a good job and we both arrived in the points, so this is very good. It is my best result of the year so far, even though I did not feel so great on the bike in the race. Everyone could see that I was not passing anybody and I was just trying to stay with the leading group and keep my position. My feeling on the bike was not so great so I was trying to be careful, stay calm and collect some points. I think sixth place was our maximum today and to be honest before the race I did not expect it, so I’m very pleased with this result. We got ten points today and Fahmi two so this a good result for the whole team. We are feeling positive and the most important thing is that we are making progress all the time.”
Johan Stigefelt – Team Manager
“Today is good day; it’s great to have both riders in the points. We were hoping for a good result with Jakub and he did just that. He made a good start and he rode really smart. He stayed calm and didn’t make any risky moves, which is something we talked about before the race, to learn and see what the front guys were doing. I think he did an excellent job and finishing sixth is fantastic. We have taken many points today which is very important for us. I want to thank Jakub for riding a smart race and all the crew from his side who have done another good job this weekend. I can see we are getting closer and closer to the front with him so this is very positive and we will continue to work on this. Also with Fahmi today he had a very good race. He made a strong start but then got pushed back after having to avoid a crash in front of him. He got some luck with other riders falling off but even so he was doing very good lap times that were not so far off from Jakub’s, so this is very positive. For the first time both riders have scored points this year, so I’m very happy about this. I want to thank the whole team for this result and also Dato Razlan and all at SIC for their continued support and faith in us.”
-SIC Racing Team facebook.
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