Looks like the 2020 Malaysian Cub Prix is back on after they officially announced that the final four rounds will be held this weekend (18-20 December 2020) and next week (22-24 December) at the Sepang International Circuit.
The approval was granted after a lengthy discussion with the National Security Council (MKN), Ministry of Health (KKM), and Ministry of Youth and Sports (KBS). Due to the current Movement Control Order (MCO), there will be no live audience allowed during these rounds, but the races will be posted live online on Facebook and TV.
These back-to-back races will be a challenge for a lot of teams, riders, and organisers as they have to scramble whatever sources they have to be at the Sepang International Circuit for an extended period of time. We’re probably guessing that most of these folks are just excited to get back to racing after such a long delay.
At the top of the CP150 premier class, Azroy Hakeem Anuar (Idemitsu Honda Yuzy Racing) has a comfortable lead in the championship, but you can bet that these last found consecutive rounds will present a challenge to crown from the likes of Md Helmi Azman (Hi Rev SCK Honda Racing) who’s only 15 points behind, and other riders on the grid.
If you’re craving for some two-wheel racing action, don’t forget to tune in during these dates for the 2020 Malaysian Cub Prix grand finale. They will be aired on the Malaysian Cub Prix official Facebook page, TV2, RTM Sports, Astro SuperSports channel 811, as well as Astro Arena.