The place to practice is also a problem, currently in Vietnam there are only 3 racetracks to practice racing. The cost for each practice session is about 3 hours ranging from 300,000 to 500,000. Passion is probably the biggest thing that pulls the father and son to the racetrack every weekend, overcoming many difficulties, dangers and barriers.
The 2-wheeled racing subject in Vietnam in recent years has also been much more professional and modern than previous years. However, to be able to become a professional racer is not easy.
In European countries, the cradle of legendary Moto GP racing, from 2-3 years old, the “preschoolers” have been trained on racing cars and get used to the track. Also in Vietnam, it is very rare for children to be exposed to racing and racing at the age of 5-7 years old like Su and Zu. In Vietnam, there are no professional racing training schools, so learning and training are spontaneous.