Once Again, Indonesian Representative in the World Superbike Race 2017

By : Aldi Firhand Alqudri | Wednesday, July 26 2017 - 10:15 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - After a long vacuum from the world of top racing after the Doni Tata & Rafid Topan of the Moto2 racing event (MotoGP), now the Indonesian rider will re-warm up the competition World Superbike (WSBK) 2017 next season.

Next season, World Superbike will open a new class - with the smallest engine capacity - the FIM Supersport 300 World Championship. Exactly like the Moto3 class (MotoGP), the difference is the motor used entry-based products in Europe are sold freely in the market, such as Kawasaki Ninja 300, KTM RC390, Yamaha YZF R3 & Honda CBR300R.

Of the 35 participants who are currently registered, there is one name pebalap from Indonesia who will compete. Ali Adriansyah Rusmiputro, 22-year-old racer who will compete with Yamaha YZF R3 in the Pertamina Indonesia Racing Team team. He will fight against 24 other teams from 14 countries in the world.

This Javanese-Borneo youth has been competing in Europe since 2012. Ali also had a national champion 250cc class in 2011, and had time to experience in CEV European Championship Moto2 and some Wild Card Moto2 World Championship.

The following achievements of Ali Adriansyah Rusmiputro in the arena of Local & International:

- 2011: 250cc National Champion, Runner up 150cc.
- 2012: Runner up Losail Asia Championship.
- 2013: Top 10 European Junior Cup.
- 2014: 1st winner of 600cc class on 3 series Bike Promotion Race.
- 2015: 4th and 2nd winner of the 600cc Andalucia Championship class.

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