Adam hopes to be inspired after return home
MALAYSIAN Moto3 rider Adam Norrodin hopes his return home after the fourth race in Spain will provide renewed spirit going into the fifth race at Le Mans, France this weekend.
“After Jerez, I travelled back to Malaysia, which was the first time since the beginning of the year.
“After some difficult race weekends, it was great to spend some time with my family and I think it has helped me to find my focus again,” said Adam.
Feeling relaxed and refreshed, Adam will look to earn points at Le Mans after collecting only six points in four races which puts him in 19th spot in the Moto3 World Standings.
“We have to come back fighting at Le Mans because for the last three races, we haven’t scored any points and this is not acceptable.
“I am ready to push and find the extra that we need to be more competitive and secure a solid race result this weekend.”
Adam’s SIC Racing Team teammate Ayumu Sasaki will join him at the Bugatti Grand Prix Race Circuit this weekend. He is in 21st position with six points.
Malaysian Moto2 rider Hafizh Syahrin is also aiming to improve his standing this weekend.
For Hafizh, the weather is the factor that will make or break his race in France.
“I don’t know what to expect but I am hoping for full wet (conditions) if it is going to rain.
“The in-between wet and dry conditions will definitely make it more difficult but whatever it is, I am gunning to do well here and give my best,” said Hafizh.
The Petronas Raceline Malaysia rider is currently 13th with 14 points after four races.
Compatriot Khairul Idham Pawi of Idemitsu Honda Team Asia has yet to collect a single point.