Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship

  • The TOC Desmo Cup concluded its final two races of the season in conjunction with the 2018 Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC).

  • Nine Ducati riders competed in two different race categories; Superstock and Supersport.

  • The TOC Desmo Cup is supported by the TOC Automotive College, Desmo Owners Club Malaysia (DOCM), Ducati Malaysia, Toyo Lube, Kratos Motorsports, and many more.

The previous weekend saw the conclusion of the first ever season of the 2018 TOC Desmo Cup held in conjunction with the 2018 Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship. The final two rounds which ran back-to-back on Saturday and Sunday saw an increase to nine participants in the maiden racing series organised by the TOC Automotive College and the Desmo Owners Club Malaysia (DOCM). (more…)

  • Amirul Hafiq Azmi dan TOC HKM Racing Team telah berjaya memenangi keempat-empat perlumbaan dalam pusingan terakhir bagi kejohanan Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC) 2018.
  • Mengemudi jentera BMW S 1000 RRnya, penunggang berusia 21 tahun itu telah dinobatkan sebagai juara keseluruhan musim 2018 bagi kategori Superstock.
  • Untuk kategori Superbike, Mohd Ramdan Rosli dan Muhammad Jamalul Tarmizi beraksi cemerlang bertarung dengan 3 penunggang teratas dan berjaya mendapatkan tempat di atas podium buat beberapa kali.


  • Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman dan Chia PJ Kawasaki telah dinobatkan sebagai juara kategori Superbike bagi kejohanan Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship 2018 (MSC).
  • Penunggang berusia 33 tahun itu berjaya memenangi tiga perlumbaan dan memperolehi satu tempat ketiga dalam dua pusingan terakhir pada hujung minggu ini.
  • Azlan Shah berjaya mempamerkan aksi yang menakjubkan tersebut di atas jentera Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R.


  • Amirul Hafiq Azmi and the TOC HKM Racing Team scored four straight wins in the final rounds of the 2018 Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC 2018).

  • Riding his BMW S 1000 RR, the 21-year-old was crowned the 2018 overall champion for the Superstock category.

  • For Superbike, Mohd Ramdan Rosli and Muhammad Jamalul Tarmizi fought brilliantly against the top 3 riders and secured multiple podium finishes.

It has been an amazing weekend for the TOC HKM Racing Team in the final two rounds of the Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship 2018 (MSC). Their star rider, Amirul Hafiq Azmi, swept the entire field clean and was triumphant in all four races where he emerged as the Superstock champion on board his BMW S 1000 RR. (more…)

  • Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman and Chia PJ Kawasaki are the Superbike Champion for the Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship 2018 (MSC).

  • The 33-year-old rider managed to win three races and a third place

    finish in the final two rounds this weekend.

  • Azlan Shah pulled off a stunning performance on board the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R.

It was a weekend filled with drama for the Chia PJ Kawasaki Racing Team as they battled through the final two rounds of the 2018 Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC). With four races planned for Saturday and Sunday, their race-ready Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R together with star rider, Azlan Shah Kamaruzaman, is all ready to bring home the championship. (more…)

  • If you’re reading this then there’s a pretty good chance you wouldn’t mind getting paid to work with superbikes.
  • There has been a recent rise in demand for superbike technicians, amid the lack of qualified technicians in the market.
  • TOC Automotive College is now offering a Superbike Technician Course that aims to equip technicians with the proper qualification. Get more info here.
  • The course includes working with a full-fledged race team in order to get the necessary experience from real-world scenarios.

The world of motorcycle racing or any other motorsports for that matter is all about one thing; TEAMWORK. Racers can’t win by themselves and bikes can’t be maintained to their optimum performance without all of the team members and crews.

This is where a dedicated group of individuals comes to play. From team bosses, pit crews to race mechanics and technicians, each person has a huge role to play in obtaining the best possible results during race day.

For superbike technicians, there’s nothing like witnessing your motorcycle racer crossing the finish line and finishing on the podium. Despite the celebrations, all of the work that has been put through in order to achieve the results for your riders however, does not start the night before. Here’s a look into a day in the life of a superbike technician during race day.

After at least a week’s worth of preparation prior to the race weekend, teams as well as their race machines and racers make their way to the track on Friday or Saturday depending on the race series format. Witnessing them functioning as a well-oiled singular unit is nothing short of amazing.

After scrambling through practice and qualifying sessions, it’s time for race day. People often mention the ‘calm before the storm’ but it’s only a temporary silence before the race bikes are fired up and superbike technicians are seen getting everything ready in an organised manner despite all the chaos.

The TOC HKM Racing Team currently competing in the 2018 Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship is a great example of how superbike technicians are trained and develop their skills in the art of motorcycle racing.

It’s all down to one thing and one thing only; getting the bike at its most optimum performance for the rider. From getting the right tyres, fitting the tyre warmers, checking fuel and fluid levels, and everything else in between, it’s a breathtaking sight once you see that high-performance machine ready to blast down the straights and carve through corners as fast as the rider can ride it.

As most of you may have heard, the TOC Automotive College has recently launched their first-ever Superbike Technician Course and part of their program is to get future superbike technicians involved in motorcycle racing as part of their curriculum.

Race days are not just about getting the race bikes ready to battle it out on the track but also provide real-world situations to the superbike technicians from swift maintenance to emergency parts replacements. Maintaining a cool head in a stressful environment will make any person grow and if they are able to practice their craft in the scenario, the results are certainly impressive. This is what the TOC Automotive College is all about.

In other words, TOC’s involvement in motorcycle racing will broaden their students’ knowledge as well as motor skills where some things can’t be obtained by working in garages and workshops. Their recent collaboration with the Malaysia Speed Festival also gave birth to the MSF Motor Racing Study Course which further elevates their dedication in bringing nothing but the best for future superbike technicians.

When it comes to becoming the best Superbike Technician, TOC Automotive College provides the best program catered to any passionate individuals wanting to start their career with motorcycles whether at the workshops or race track.

To know more about TOC’s Superbike Technician Course, CLICK HERE!

The first round of the Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship 2018 (MSC) is set to happen this weekend from 11 to 13 May 2018.

Many will be going after this year’s crown including last year’s champion, Muhammad Farid Badrul Hisam.

Other interesting new entries are Azlan Shah together with Chia PJ Kawasaki and TOC Automotive College.

After an extraordinary moment in Malaysia’s history, the country’s motorcycle racing series that is the Pirelli Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSC) is ready to kick things off this weekend. From 11 until 13 May 2018, the first round of the MSC 2018 will run its course at the Sepang International Circuit (SIC). (more…)


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