SUPER SPORTING CLASS
Race 1 winner Tengku Djan Ley with added 20kg additional weight and starting on reverse grid position in 6th , overcooked it in the very first lap at turn 4 and brushed the concrete barrier. With a damaged right rear wheel forced him to pit but rejoining the race two laps down and clocked the fastest lap of the race but concluded race 2 in 6th position. Freddie Ang whom made a brilliant start from the front of the grid to lead the 22-lap race from start to finish with William Ho in close pursuit.
With the results from race 2, Tengku Djan slimly leads the Super Sporting class championship heading to the final round in Sepang International Circuit, 17th – 19th April 2020, again promises a cracking showdown between Mark Darwin, Brendon Paul and William Ho for a shot at the RM100,000 prize money.