2006 World champion Nicky Hayden accompanied by a number of Malaysian riders did a ride through Putrajaya streets with Before heading to the Sepang International Circuit for this weekend’s Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix
The American rider enjoyed the privilege of riding his Honda along the streets of the city centre,
“To ride the streets of Putrajaya has been an amazing experience!” said the Drive M7 Aspar rider. “Of course I couldn’t ride at the kind of speeds I will manage at Sepang, but the turnout from the local fans was awesome. This will be my 12th MotoGP race start in Malaysia. After finishing tenth in Australia last weekend, I’m now just looking forward to arriving at Sepang for what is a big weekend for myself, the team and our title sponsor. I hear a big crowd is expected!”
The first World Championship track action will begin at 9am local time on Friday, with Sunday’s MotoGP race commencing at 4pm local time (GMT +8).