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The fifth round of the season for the ONEXOX TKKR SAG TEAM takes place this weekend in Jerez

The fifth round of the season for the ONEXOX TKKR SAG TEAM takes place this weekend in Jerez
Ramdan Rosli and Nazirul Izzat will compete this weekend in the fifth round of the FIM CEV Repsol Moto2 Championship at Circuito de Jerez after the Summer break. Both riders will continue improving their performances with the Kalex.
Ramdan Rosli and Nazirul Izzat will compete this weekend in the fifth round of the FIM CEV Repsol Moto2 Championship at Circuito de Jerez after the Summer break. Both riders will continue improving their performances with the Kalex.
 
After finishing in fifth and eleventh positions in the last round in Motorland Aragon, Ramdan Rosli arrives to Jerez feeling more comfortable with his bike every day. The rider with the number 32 is eighth in the Moto2 general standings with 53 points at 3 more races to go before the season comes to an end.
 
On the other side of the garage, Nazirul Izzat competed in Moto2 for the ONEXOX TKKR SAG TEAM for the first time in Aragon and finished in seventeenth and nineteenth positions. Izzat will continue adapting his riding style to his kalex this weekend and his objective is to achieve points at a circuit he has never been before.

The Moto2 race of the FIM CEV Repsol will take place this Sunday 29th of September at 13:00h (local time) at Circuito de Jerez and it will consist of 17 laps. 
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#32 Ramdan Rosli
I feel more comfortable with my bike day by day. My team has done some changes in the suspensions that have made my bike adapt really well to my riding style. I am very motivated to do a good job this weekend, I think we can find a good set up and achieve a good result on Sunday. 
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#87 Nazirul Izzat
This is my first time at Circuito de Jerez so my goal is to learn the track and gain experience. I want to keep progressing session by session. 
         
     


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