Yamaha Racing Reigns Supreme in IRGPXI

Published by insideracingadmin Date posted on December 15, 2017

The motorsports crew of Yamaha Motor Philippines takes pride in upholding the brand’s global standard of racing performance. By creating a Championship culture from every aspect, they have mastered the craft of outclassing their opponents in any track. This was clear during their unrelenting run in IRGPXI. Yamaha won 7 manufacturer awards in what was an almost shutout season. This was the most categories won by a single manufacturer since the beginning of the IRGP in 2007.

 

This continuous racing rampage is all thanks to unwavering dedication, mastery of skills, and of course the commitment of providing the best machinery. Yamaha racing closes out the year by blowing out the competition and sets its eyes on conquering the new year.

 

 

The categories are:

YSS Suspension Masters Trophy 150 Open UB

Champion – Masato Fernando (Team Yamaha-Spec V on Sniper 150)

2nd Place – Niño Fabian (Sniper 150)

3rd Place –Tracy Soyangco (Sniper 150)

 

UNIOIL Juniors Underbone Elite 150 Open UB

Champion – McKinley Kyle Paz (Team Phoenix-Yamaha-KOSO-Faito on Sniper 150)

2nd Place – Gian Carlo Mauricio (Sniper 150)

3rd Place – John Emerson Inguito (4S1M-Yamaha Racing Team on Sniper 150)

 

Phoenix Cyclomax Racing 4T Underbone GP 115

Champion – Niel Jan Centeno (Team Phoenix-Yamaha-KOSO-Faito on Crypton Z)

 

Shell Advance Automatic GP 180

Champion – Gian Carlo Mauricio (modified 180cc Yamaha Mio Sporty)

2nd Place – Masato Fernando (Team Yamaha-Spec V on Modified 180cc Mio Sporty)

3rd – McKinley Kyle Paz (Team Phoenix-Yamaha-KOSO-Faito on Modified 180cc Mio Sporty)

 

NGK Spark Plugs Automatic Elite Trophy 160

Champion – Vrei-ar Suba (Team Phoenix-Yamaha-KOSO-Faito on Modified 160cc Mio Sporty)

2nd Place – McKinley Kyle Paz (Team Phoenix-Yamaha-KOSO-Faito on Modified 160cc Mio Sporty)

3rd Place – Gian Carlo Mauricio (on Modified 160cc Mio Sporty)

 

Eni Motor Oil Automatic Trophy 160

Champion – Robert Ryan Espiritu (Team Yamaha-Spec V on Modified 160cc Mio Sporty)

2nd Place – John Paul Suba (on Modified 160cc Mio Sporty)

3rd Place – Sean Barcial (on Modified 160cc Mio Sporty)

 

Top 1 Action Matic Juniors Trophy 130 AT

Champion – Niel Jan Centeno (Team Phoenix-Yamaha-KOSO-Faito on Modified 130cc Mio Sporty)

2nd Place – Sean Barcial (on Modified 130cc Mio Sporty)

3rd Place – Jeson Benial (on Modified 130cc Mio Sporty)

 

Words and Photos by Yamaha Motor Philippines

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