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André Pires returns to Macau

André Pires and his team, the Beauty Machines Racing Team, will be back at Guia Circuit in Macau

This will be the seventh participation of the Portuguese driver in what is considered one of the oldest and most demanding races in the world, the only one played in parallel with cars.

The Guia Circuit is known to be one of the most challenging and challenging in the world, with participation in its race only for a restricted lot of invited riders who meet the organization’s requirements, and where the best riders of the race are also present. ‘Road Racing’ today.

In total there are 19 curves along the 6.2 km of Guia route that Pires will have to negotiate in the 12 laps that make up the main race, in addition to the practice and qualifying sessions.

The Portuguese rider has already completed the promotional phase that precedes the charismatic Grand Prix, attending the presentation of the event in the well-known TAP SEAC square, then heading to local television for his usual interview.

The promotion program continued with a visit to the students of the Portuguese School of Macau, ending with a stint at the Macau Tourism Academy, where the pilot had the opportunity to test his cooking skills!

André Pires # 14
“We hope it will be a good Grand Prix, we have everything prepared for this edition. We are very motivated, the championship in Portugal went very well, so we have all the ingredients to make a great race, better than last year. The bike is this year, and I’m really enjoying your performance this year, which gives me good prospects for the event.

I would also like to improve my best result, the 13th place achieved in 2013 on my debut here in Macau, where I was also the best rookie. This year the grid promises to be the most competitive in recent years and I am prepared to face this year’s race. The whole team did a great job all season and we came better prepared than ever! ”

Filipe Bispo – Team Manager
“It’s been a great Grand Prix this year, very well organized. The race is increasingly competitive and some of the bikes on offer are impressive, such as Michael Rutter’s Honda RC213V-S or John McGuiness’s Ducati Panigale V4 R. We are motivated and prepared for another challenge here in Macau and we know André will be very good with you as he has already accumulated some experience in this very complex course. ”

Thursday, November 14
23:30 – 00:30 – 53rd Macau Suncity Group GP – Free Practice

Friday, November 15
8:05 – 8:50 – 53rd Macau Suncity Group GP – Qualification 1
11:30 pm – 12:15 am – 53rd Macau Suncity Group GP – Qualification 2

Saturday, November 16th
03h50 – 04h10 – 53rd Suncity Group Macau GP – Warm-Up
7:55 AM – 53rd Macau Suncity Group GP – Race (12 Laps)

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