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"SEASON" Update on 09/28/2022

MFJ SUPERBIKE ALL JAPAN ROAD RACE CHAMPIONSHIP 2022 7th round race result updated! Click Here!

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"SEASON" Update on 08/30/2022

MFJ SUPERBIKE ALL JAPAN ROAD RACE CHAMPIONSHIP 2022 6th round race result updated! Click Here!

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"SEASON" Update on 06/08/2022

MFJ SUPERBIKE ALL JAPAN ROAD RACE CHAMPIONSHIP 2022 4th round race result updated! Click Here!

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"SEASON" Update on 04/22/2022

MFJ SUPERBIKE ALL JAPAN ROAD RACE CHAMPIONSHIP 2022 First round race report updated! Click Here!

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"GALLERY" Update on 04/22/2022

MFJ SUPERBIKE ALL JAPAN ROAD RACE CHAMPIONSHIP 2022 First round photos updated! Click Here!

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"SEASON" Update on 04/11/2022

“SEASON” : Race results updated! Click Here!

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Red Bull Rookies Cup – 21 year invitation list announced

“The Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup” announced the list of invited entries for 2021, the 15th year of the event, on the 19th.

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Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup – Nishimura is the champion

In the final race of the season, Nishimura, who finished second overall, won the title by a 12-point margin.

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Red Bull Rookies Cup – Provisional Entry List Announced

26 participants from 14 countries, including Nishimura, the Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup champion.

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Red Bull Rookies Cup – Mutual commitment for the event

Dorna Sports and Red Bull are more united to host the 20 season.

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SEASON

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MFJ SUPERBIKE ALL JAPAN ROAD RACE CHAMPIONSHIP 2022

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2-3
Apr 2022
Motegi, Japan
  • Official Qualifying : 20th
  • Final Race : 12th
Race Report
  Thank you always for your kind words.
 On April 2 and 3, the "All Japan Road Race Championship" started at "Mobility Resort Motegi".

Official Qualifying: 20th (1'54.221)
  I could not improve my time as much as I wanted and could not make a best shot at qualifying.
 However, it was positive to see that the issues were being resolved and we were able to increase our pace even with used tires.
 For the Final Race, I just need to catch up, so I want to take on the race without any pressure.

Final Race: 12th (1'54.129)
  I got off to a good start and made up positions early in the race.
 I was able to catch up with the group in front and overtake them lap after lap, which was good, but towards the end of the race, I lost pace due to physical problems.
 I would like to improve these before the next race.
 Also, the pace itself is still a bit off from the top group, so I would like to improve my average.

Summary
  Throughout the entire race week, I felt that my pace improved each time I raced in the short time I had on the 600cc, and I felt have potential.
 The team is doing a great job, and I am grateful to the team staff and engineers for allowing me to focus 100% on driving.
 We have a little time before the next round, so I would like to overcome the issues I found this time and challenge the next round.
4-5
Jun 2022
Sugo, Japan
  • Race1 Official Qualifying : 21
  • Race1 Final Race : 13
  • Race2 Official Qualifying : 21
  • Race2 Final Race : 16
27-28
Aug 2022
Autopolis, Japan
  • Official Qualifying : 16th
  • Final Race : 26th
17-18
Sep 2022
Okayama, Japan
  • Official Qualifying : 17th
  • Final Race : 18th
5-6
Nov 2022
Suzuka, Japan

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Moto3™ Junior World Championship 2021

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25
Apr 2021
Estoril, Portugal
  • Official Qualifying: 25th
  • Final Race: DNF
Official Qualifying: 25th
 In Official Qualifying 1, I was able to set a good time in the difficult conditions that gradually changed from rain to dry, and was able to finish in 6th position.
 In Official Qualifying 2, the track surface changed to completely dry, and the conditions were much better than in Qualifying 1. I was able to improve my lap time, but the feeling on the dry track was not as good as I expected.
 I was 25th overall.

Final Race: DNF
 In the final race, I had engine trouble before the start and the engine stopped. I was able to participate in the race, but had to start from the back of the grid.
 I got a good start and was able to pass 8 cars in the first lap. However, I couldn’t increase my pace and pushed too hard and crashed at the 3rd corner and had to retire.

Summary
 I had a lot of trouble during the whole race week and I could not make a good flow. The next round is the Red Bull Rookies Cup and we will have a different car. I will try to do better than the last race.
 I will try my best to run better than the last race.
 Thank you again for your support.
9
May 2021
Valencia, Spain
  • Official Qualifying: 24th
  • Final Race 1: 20th
  • Final Race 2: Retire
【Official Qualifying】24th
 In the qualifying session, I made a mistake with the team and was not able to improve my time.
 In addition to that, the Moto3 class is now a fiercely competitive class where lap times are very close and there are more than five riders within 0.1 seconds of each other. A small mistake can make a big difference, so we had to start from a very tough position.

Final Race 1: 20th
 In Race 1, I was able to move up from the start and was able to recover about 15th place at one point. However, after the 10th lap, the tires started to wear heavily and it became difficult to control the machine.
 In the second half of the race, the bike behaved very badly. In the second half of the race, the bike became unstable and it was all I could do to finish the race without crashing.

Final Race 2: DNF
 In Race 2, I was hit by another bike in turn 4 right after the start and crashed.
 But then an accident occurred and the race was temporarily suspended. Thanks to the team’s quick work in the pits, I was able to participate in the race again from the last grid. After the restart, the feeling of the machine was not good.
 On the second lap, I high-sided and crashed.

Summary
 During this race week we worked on setting up the bike and riding, but no matter what we did we could not get a good flow and it was a really difficult week. After this race, I will go back to Japan for a while.
 After this race, I will go back to Japan and try to change the current bad situation.
 Thank you again for your support.
13
Jun 2021
Barcelona, Spain
  • Final Race: 18th
4
Jul 2021
Portimão, Portugal
  • Final Race: 27th
25
Jul 2021
Aragon, Spain
  • Final Race: 21th
22
Aug 2021
Jerez, Spain
  • Final Race 1: 20th
  • Final Race 2: 19th
18
Sep 2021
Misano, Italy
  • Final Race: 14th
7
Nov 2021
Valencia, Spain
  • Final Race 1: Retire
  • Final Race 2: 23th

Red Bull ROOKIES CUP 2021

17-18
Apr 2021
Portimão, Portugal
  • Official Qualifying: 19th
  • Final Race 1: 14th
  • Final Race 2: 16th
First of all, I would like to thank all of you who have supported us and allowed us to participate in the opening round of the season, even though we are still having a tough time with COVID-19. Thank you very much to all the sponsors and supporters.
The opening round of the season was held at the Portimao Circuit in Portugal.


Official Qualifying: 19th
 The Portimao Circuit is known worldwide for its ups and downs, and this was a difficult qualifying session for me as a first-time driver.
 I tried to get into a big group and use the slipstream to improve my time, but I made a mistake in positioning and could not attack as I wanted.

Final Race 1: 14th
 In race 1, I got a good start and was able to improve my position.
 However, I was unable to keep up with the front group due to my qualifying position, so I had to battle with the back group. Every lap was a fierce battle until the last lap, when I managed to finish at the front of the second group.

Final Race 2: 16th
 For Race 2, we made some big changes to the settings from Race 1.
 However, the changes backfired and the race turned out to be a tough one. I was able to race in the same group as in Race 1, but I was unable to get out in front at the final corner and finished the race in 16th place.

Summary
 This was the opening race of the Red Bull Rookies Cup. In the next round, I will focus on qualifying to make sure I can secure a front position!
 Thank you for your continued support.
01-02
May 2021
Jerez, Spain
  • Official Qualifying: 13th
  • Final Race 1: 18th
  • Final Race 2: 11th
Official Qualifying: 13th
 In this qualifying session, I was able to attack with a better flow compared to the previous session.
 I was not able to reach my target time, but my feeling improved a little, so it was a positive qualifying session.

Final Race 1 18th
 I got a good start in race one. However, I could not improve my pace right after the race. On the third lap, I went off the course to avoid contact with another rider.
 I was left alone and finished the race in 18th place.

Final Race 2: 11th
 In race 2, I made no mistakes from the start and was able to battle it out.
 Although I lost some ground to the top group, I was able to lead the second group. I was able to finish in the lead of the second group after a fierce battle that lasted until the last lap.
 I was able to finish in the lead of the second group.

Summary
 This time, from the qualifying round to the entire race, we were able to make a step forward from the opening round. I was able to make a step forward from the opening round.
 Thank you again for your support.
29-30
May 2021
Mugello, Italy
  • Final Race 1: 18th
  • Final Race 2: 11th
19-20
Jun 2021
Sachsenring, Germany
  • Final Race 1: 11th
  • Final Race 2: 14th
7-8
Aug 2021
Red Bull Ring, Austria
  • Official Qualifying: 17th
  • Final Race 1: 16th
  • Final Race 2: 13th
Thank you always for your kind words.
This is MotoGP rider, Takashi Nishimura.

I would like to report the results of the 5th round of the “Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup” held at Red Bull Ring in Austria on August 7th and 8th.
I would like to report the results.


Official Qualifying: 17th
 The Red Bull Ring in Austria is a circuit with relatively long straights, which was difficult for me because of my heavy weight.
I think I was able to use my slipstream to my advantage.
I was able to improve my lap time from the free practice session, but I couldn’t get a good feeling in the entry part of the corner.
I was able to improve my lap time from the free practice, but I couldn’t get a good feeling in the entry part of the corner, so I had to start from 17th position.

Final Race 1 16th
 In race 1, we made some big changes to the settings from the qualifying session. I struggled a bit in the beginning of the race, but I was able to get a better feeling than in the qualifying.
In the beginning of the race I struggled a bit, but I was able to get a better feeling than in the qualifying session, and despite the long lap penalty, I was able to catch up to 15th place.
I was able to catch up to 15th despite the long lap penalty. However, after the race, I was penalized an additional 3 seconds, which left me in 16th place and missing out on points.
It was a disappointing result.

Final Race 2: 13th
 In Race 2, I made good use of the points I learned from Race 1 and was able to stay with the front group from the beginning of the race.
I was able to stay with the front group from the beginning of the race, and although I was separated from the top group, I was able to stay at the front of the second group and was running in 9th place at one point.
I was running in 9th place for a while. On the final lap, I entered the back straight at the front of the group, but the rest of the pack used my slipstream to pass me.
On the final lap, I entered the back straight at the front of the pack, but the rest of the pack used their slipstreams to pass me and I was overtaken by 5 cars at once. I was able to overtake one of them and finished in 13th place.

 The Red Bull Ring is a pretty tough circuit for me, but in race 2 I could definitely see some growth.
However, I found some things that I can work on, so I will work hard with my staff to be in the top group in Austria 2 next week.
We will work together with the staff to make sure we are in the top group in Austria 2 next week.

 Thank you again for your support.
14-15
Aug 2021
Red Bull Ring, Austria
  • Final Race 1: Retire
  • Final Race 2: 16th
  
11
Sep 2021
Aragon, Spain
  • Final Race 1: 13th
  • Final Race 2: 12th
  

Red Bull ROOKIES CUP 2020

03-04
Aug 2020
Red Bull Ring – Preseason Test, Austria
15-16
Aug 2020
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Red Bull Ring #1, Austria
  • 19th
  • 12th
  
22-23
Aug 2020
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Red Bull Ring #2, Austria
  • 16th
  • Retired
  
17-18
Oct 2020
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Aragon #1, Spain
  • Abandon
  • Abandon
  
24-25
Oct 2020
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Aragon #2, Spain
  • Missed
  
07-08
Nov 2020
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Valencia #1, Spain
  • Missed
  
14-15
Nov 2020
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Valencia #2, Spain
  • Retired
  • 12th
  

HISTORY

HISTORY

2019

  • 1st Asia Talent Cup – NSF250R – 4x1st, 3×2nd

2018

  • 3rd Asia Talent Cup – NSF250R – 1x1st, 3x2nd & 1x3rd
  • 2nd MFJ CUP JP250 – CBR250RR – 3x1st ,1x2nd

2017

  • Suzuka Sunday Road Race – NSF250R – 1x2nd, 1x3rd

2016

  • Suzuka Circuit Racing School – CBR250R

2014

  • 1st Shikoku motocross championship 85cc – all rounds 1st
  • 1st Shikoku motocross championship 65cc – all rounds 1st

2013

  • Kinki motocross championship 65cc 1x1st
  • 3rd All Japan motocross 65cc

2011

  • 1st Shikoku motocross championship 65cc – all rounds 1st

2010

  • All Japan motocross 50cc – 2x1st
  • 1st Shikoku motocross championship 50cc – all rounds 1st

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PROFILE

PROFILE

Name: Sho Nishimura
Date of Birth: 15 Nov 2001
Height: 1m 63cm
Weight: 55kg
Resides in: Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan
Born in: Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan
Bike: Honda CBR600RR
Rider since: 2016
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