Chow Ho-Wan

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Chow, Ho-Wan 周 浩 雲
Chow Ho Wan 2008.jpg
Chow Ho-Wan celebrates his podim finish in the China Superbike Championship in 2008.
Nationality Hongkonger
Motorcycle racing career statistics
Grand Prix motorcycle racing
Active years 2005 - 2007
First race 2005 125cc Chinese Grand Prix
Last race 2007 250cc Czech Republic Grand Prix
Team(s) Zongshen, Yamaha, Independent
Starts Wins Podiums Poles F. laps Points
0 0 0 0 0
Chow Ho-Wan competing in the China Superbike Championship for Zongshen Racing.

Chow Ho-Wan (simplified Chinese: 周浩云; traditional Chinese: 周浩雲; pinyin: Zhōu Hàoyún; born 15 April 1982 in Hong Kong) is a racing rider. He has competed in the 250cc and 125cc World Championships, the Asian Road Racing Championship and the Chinese Superbike Championship. He is also the 2008 China Superbike Championship 600cc champion.

Macau ACMC Trophy[edit]

Chow Ho-Wan was a regular competitor in the now defunct ACMC Trophy motorcycle race, for 125cc motorbikes, part of the Macau Grand Prix. In 2000, Chow Ho-Wan qualified 5th on a Honda RS125 and finished 4th. In 2001, Chow Ho-Wan qualified 12th on a Yamaha TZ125 but failed to finish the race. In 2002, Chow Ho-Wan qualified fourth and finished third. In 2003, the last time the race was held, he qualified third and finished second on a Honda RS125......[1]


  1. ^ Macau Grand Prix ACMC Trophy result 15 November 2003


update by 15 November 2003


update by 2013/09/15


Saturday, 15 September 2007


update by Friday, 11 July 2008


update by Friday, 12 May 2006


update by 27 April 2005Historic presence of Chinese riders at Shanghai

7. update by 20 August 2013

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