Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix

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Report GP of Malasia. At the gates of the end of the 2019 season.

John McPhee (Petronas Sprinta Racing)
Race 7th / QP: 3rd
The Honda rider was not lucky in a race where he could have taken the podium. After having done very well in the qualifying practice, he made a good start and was placed in the leading group until a crash in front of him that prevented the LS2 rider to fight for the top three places.

Kazuki Masaki (BOE Skull Rider Mugen Race)
Race 18th / QP: 23rd
The Japanese made a good career and fought to get points. During some laps he was placed in the 15th position and in the final laps of the race, the heat made him to lose some positions and the option to score points being in the Top15.

Makar Yurchenko (BOE Skull Rider Mugen Race)
Race 16th / QP: 28th
Makar didn’t score points in the last lap after a race in which he made a good comeback from the last places on the grid. He made a good start and began to recover positions from the beginning to get the lead of the second group. At the end he ran out of points reward.

Xavi Cardelús (Gaviota Angel Nieto Team)
Race 23rd / QP: 32nd
He started the weekend with some set-up problems on his bike, but the situation improved on the second practice day. Os Sunday, a good start led him to recover four positions at the start of the race. High temperatures made the end more difficult.

Lukas Tulovic (Kiefer Racing)
Race 22nd / QP: 30th
The German, who visited again a track unknown for him, started the race well and missed a couple of positions in the second lap to recover them later. In the middle of the race, he set a very constant pace that allowed him to consolidate his situation.

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