A Thrilling Turn around Result in Round 3 of Honda Pilipinas Dream Cup

Date posted on July 31, 2019

Clark International Speedway, Clark Pampanga ­An exciting Round 3 for the Honda Pilipinas Dream Cup 2019 and  an unexpected turnout and twist blazed for the podium finishers of Race 1 and Race 2.

Qualifying Round –  Rider #01 Jakob Sablaya broke away from the other riders with a speed of 3.755s over Rider #09 Marco Ventinilla,  the latter was at   0.063s over rider #05 Trahvys Paralejas, who can be noted from previous rounds that positioned in 6th Place.

Race 1 – Wet race transpired during the competition, however a different twist came out as rider#02 Andrej Ondillo was able to get the 3rd Place though he slides and overshoot in Lap 2 as rider#06 Chino Hung came back and reigned again as the second 2nd placer. However, rider#01 Jakob Sablaya was still at the  number 1 position compared with the rest of  riders. Meanwhile, rider#05 Trahvys Paralejas who notched  3rd in the qualifying round got his motorcycle changed, as he did experience motorcycle electrical failure because of the intense rain fall and were in 8th position during this race.

Race 2 – Riders became more  competitive, giving the audience a thrilling and exciting round. Jakob Sablaya once again broke  away from his competitors. The battle began for the 2nd and 3rd place as rider #05 Travhys Parelejas was able to come back and compete in a head to head battle against rider #08 Kurt Villanueva and rider #06 Chino Hung.

Final result of the competition has come and the result was unexpectedly satisfying for the winners ­ 1st Place for Rider #01 Jakob Sablaya,  Rider #05 Travhys Paralejas at 2nd place and 3rd place winner Rider #08 Kurt Villanueva.

The continuous improvement of the Honda Pilipinas Dream Cup Riders was undeniably observed as the they  become faster  and well- skilled to compete again with each other in Round 4.

 

Below are the riders result and overall standing:

 

QUALIFYING ROUND
POS. RIDER NO. NAME BEST TIME 2ND BEST
1 1 Jakob Sablaya 2:24.467 2:24.787
2 9 Marco Ventinilla 2:28.222 2:28.721
3 5 Trahvys Paralejas 2:28.285 2:28.806
4 7 Kokoy Mangibin 2:28.360 2:29.306
5 6 Chino Hung 2:28.612 2:28.978
6 8 Kurt Villanueva 2:29.459 2:30.465
7 2 Andrej Ondillo 2:33.445 2:33.820
8 3 Chad Mangulabnan 2:35.243 2:35.505
9 4 Michael Nicol Lee
RACE 1
POS. RIDER NO. NAME TOTAL TIME BEST TIME DIFF.
1 1 Jakob Sablaya 14:08.889 2:46.971
2 6 Chino Hung 14:39.223 2:52.857 30.334
3 2 Andrej Ondillo 14:57.023 2:52.366 0.212
4 8 Kurt Villanueva 14:56.811 2:56.702 47.922
5 7 Kokoy Mangibin 14:31.563 2:49.361 22.674
6 3 Chad Mangulabnan 14:59.435 2:53.086 50.546
7 9 Marco Ventinilla 14:24.226 2:50.354 15.337
8 5 Trahvys Paralejas 14:30.579 2:49.270 21.690
9 4 Michael Nicol Lee

 

RACE 2
POS. RIDER NO. NAME TOTAL TIME BEST TIME DIFF.
1 1 Jakob Sablaya 16:50.418 2:24.192
2 5 Trahvys Paralejas 17:14.061 2:27.408 23.643
3 8 Kurt Villanueva 17:14.186 2:27.521 23.768
4 6 Chino Hung 17:14.721 2:27.461 23.404
5 7 Kokoy Mangibin 17:20.720 2:28.081 30.302
6 9 Marco Ventinilla 17:22.207 2:28.634 31.789
7 2 Andrej Ondillo 17:49.794 2:32.292 59.376
8 3 Chad Mangulabnan 18:08.917 2:35.254 1:18.499
9 4 Michael Nicol Lee

 

OVERALL STANDING

The Sponsors continuously support this Program: Idemitsu, KTC Kyoto Tools, NGK Spark Plugs, NHK Helmet, Racing Boy, RK Takasago Chain, Threebond, Pirelli Tires, ARacer, Speedtek and Zero to Podium Racing School.

Credit Honda Philippines

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