Kasma Daniel Kasmayudin of YAMAHA GEN BLU RACING TEAM ASEAN has certainly made waves with his great showmanship in the arena of motorcycle racing and he will be back this weekend for Round 2 of the Malaysia Superbike Championship (MSBK) at the Sepang International Circuit.
In the previous round of the championship, Kasma awed fans and supporters with his performances when he bagged the podium thrice in one weekend, twice at the first place and once at the second. Kasma was unbeatable as he stormed ahead in Race 1 making it almost impossible for his rival to make the cut. In Race 2 however, Kasma’s performances were challenged when his machine took an unexpected turn with some mechanical issues. Slowing down towards the end of the final lap, his contender made his big move and glided to victory. Kasma landed in second place.
Kasma was not utterly disappointed though as he knew that he had what it takes to take the winning spot once again. With his dexterity and swift move, he hit the circuit confidently and took bold strides throughout the laps. Towards the chequered flag, Kasma did not waste a second as he stormed ahead and clocked in fastest.
The 22-year-old lad has been on many celebratory journeys in the last few years. He has displayed outstanding expertise in the riding scene which showcased his ability to take calculated risks during the race. Commenting on the upcoming race, Kasma said, “I do not have any particular target for Round 2 but I can foresee that it would be a challenging feat with the likes of Zaqhwan and Azlan as well as the entry of Azroy in the MSBK1000 A class. Nevertheless, I will try to be on the podium once again.”
Kasma has also been actively involved in other championships this year and has definitely showcased his flexibility in adapting to different sets of machines. He said, “So far, there has been no overlap in the championships. As such, it has not been tough to manage between championships despite the differences in the handling of machines. I have enough time to recover and make preparations for the different championships that I am involved in. More importantly is it about being able to have the right mindset in getting adapted.”
Kamsa is not on a special training roster but lives by the motto of “Work in silence, prove by result.” He hopes that his participation would add on to the challenge especially among the more experienced riders.