KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s Moto3 rider, Adam Norrodin is confident in his machine as he prepares to race on the world famous Le Mans Circuit at French Grand Prix which begins on Friday.
Adam has not managed to pick up any points since the Grand Prix of the Americas on April 22, but he pointed out that he is now more comfortable with his Honda machine and he aims to finish in the top 15 at Le Mans this time round which guarantees points.
“Le Mans is just a great track,” said the Petronas Sprinta Racing rider. “I feel very confident when riding there.
“This year I feel stronger as a rider and the same goes for my machine, and we will need to have very good brakes as well if we are to finish strongly and collect points.
“After the race in Jerez, Spain, I have been putting in more effort during training in Spain. So I am hoping to show improvement at Le Mans while posting a better result and timing.
“I am bent on picking up points at Le Mans, this is a priority for me. I will work very hard to ensure that I finish the race as best I can.”
Adam has so far collected 16 points and occupies 16th spot in the overall standings, while his Japanese teammate Ayumu Sasaki is one rung above him with 17 points.