Wazi Abdul Hamid

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Wazi Abdul Hamid (born 1971) is a veteran motorcycle cub prix rider from Malaysia,[1] winning the 1996 125 cc. Underbone championship. He retired from the motorcycle racing industry in December 2006 and recently, he opened a pocket bike racing course in Taman Desa near Desa Waterpark in Kuala Lumpur together with Shahrol Yuzy. The racing course is known as Yuzywazi Race Course.

Career highlights[edit]

2000s[edit]

  • 2000 8th Overall - Malaysian Cub Prix Championship (Expert)
    • 3rd Overall - FIM Asia Road Racing Championship (Underbone 110cc)
  • 2001 9th Overall - Malaysian Cub Prix Championship (Expert)
    • 2nd Overall - FIM Asia Road Racing Championship (Underbone 110cc)
  • 2002 8th Overall - Malaysian Cub Prix Championship (Expert)
    • 3rd Overall - FIM Asia Road Racing Championship (Underbone 125cc)
  • 2003 2nd Overall - Malaysian Cub Prix Championship (Expert)
    • 2nd Overall - FIM Asia Road Racing Championship (Underbone 125cc)
  • 2004 8th Overall - Malaysian Cub Prix Championship (Expert)
    • 3rd Overall - FIM Asia Road Racing Championship (Underbone 125cc)
  • 2005 2nd Overall - Malaysian Cub Prix Championship (Expert)

1990s[edit]

  • 1994 2nd Overall - Malaysian Cub Prix Championship (Novice)
  • 1995 2nd Overall - Malaysian Cub Prix Championship (Expert)
  • 1996 CHAMPION - Malaysian Cub Prix Championship (Expert)
    • 4th Overall - Asia Pacific Road Racing Championship (Underbone 110cc)
  • 1997 7th Overall - FIM Asia Road Racing Championship (Series Production 250cc)
  • 1998 5th Overall - Malaysian Cub Prix Championship (Expert)
  • 1999 5th Overall - Malaysian Cub Prix Championship (Expert)
    • 5th Overall - FIM Asia Road Racing Championship (Underbone 110cc)

Wazi's appearance in popular culture[edit]

Wazi made an appearance in Remp-It (2006) as the original owner of a Yamaha RX-Z which is then borrowed to a Mat Rempit named Madi.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jaya, Petaling (22 September 2004). "Veteran Wazi wary of Rosnizam in Sepang". The Star online. Retrieved 3 December 2010.