MUAN, South Korea, Aug 19 (Korea Bizwire) – The ‘KMF Korea Road Race Championship 3000,’ Korea’s largest motorcycle competition, was successfully held at the Yeongam F1 race track on August 18 with more than 1,500 spectators in attendance.
This year’s event featured participants going neck-and-neck right to the finish line. Racers used their superb cornering techniques and great speed to beat their competitors while also thrilling the spectators. In particular, an 11-year-old racer Kim In-wook who received great attention before the championship came in sixth in the preliminary round in the ST250 class to once again display his potential.
The final races for each class of the KMF Korea Road Race Championship will be held on November 10 at the same race track. For more information, call the Korean Motorcycle Federation at 02-591-0088, or the F1 race track’s main office at 061-288-4206/7.