Drive M7 SIC Racing Team

Remember the time when M7 Racing sponsored the SIC Racing Moto3 squad back in 2015 and 2016? Drive M7 Energy Drink was the main sponsor and it turned out that they’ve not been paying their part under the sponsorship agreement and SIC has filed a lawsuit regarding the matter. (more…)

Recapping the thrills and spills from the supporting Moto2 and Moto3 classes during the 2016 Shell Malaysian MotoGP.


An exclusive interview with Dato’ Razlan Razali, CEO of SIC, ahead of the 2016 Shell Malaysian MotoGP.


Reigning MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo keeps title hopes alive after perfect outing in French GP.


Valentino Rossi proves he is still MotoGP’s greatest by dominating Spanish GP race in Jerez.


Marc Marquez dominates MotoGP race in Austin, Texas for fourth time in a row and extends lead in championship standings.


MotoGP riders, teams, and bikes stranded in Argentina whilst enroute to Austin, Texas as adverse weather conditions forces flight delays and cancellations.


Marc Marquez takes sensational win in dramatic Argentina MotoGP race whilst Lorenzo suffers first blow in title defence.


Khairul Idham Pawi becomes first ever Malaysian to claim a Moto3 race win in the Argentina GP.


The Drive M7 SIC Racing Team  confirmed yesterday that they will be switching to Honda machinery in 2016. The team will be using two NSF250RW bikes, replacing the KTM bikes that are being used currently.

The Malaysian team said that strongly believes that the new partnership with Honda will enhance the team’s performance and open the door for greater success in 2016.


Dato’ Razlan Razali, the CEO of Sepang International Circuit said,  “We are extremely thankful to Honda Racing Corporation for supplying us with the Honda machines for next season. Honda has proven last year and especially this year to be extremely competitive and we sincerely appreciate them delivering the bikes for our two riders in 2016.”

“Besides providing the bike for the team there is a lot more that we can do with the local Honda distributor here in Malaysia; it’s the last piece of the jigsaw puzzle for us with our involvement in the Asia Talent Cup, where all the riders are using Honda machines. With this partnership we can transfer knowledge and expertise from our Moto3 team to the Asia Talent Cup,” he added.


Johan Stigefelt,  the team manager for the Drive M7 SIC Racing Team on the other hand, said that they have gained a lot of experience from our first year in Moto3 as a team and I think the switch to Honda will be a step in the right direction for them.

“We have a good connection with HRC in terms of our relationship with Sepang International Circuit and the Asia Talent Cup. With regards to performance we know the Honda is very strong and can fit well into our structure and with our riders. I’m very pleased to have this opportunity and that Honda Racing Corporation have agreed on this partnership with us,” he said.


Newly formed Drive M7 SIC Racing Team marks its official debut with KTM Moto3 bikes plus riders Zulfahmi Khairuddin and Jakub Kornfeil.



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