Gian Carlo Mauricio of JVT had his six-peat win for the 2019 FDR Philippine Scooter Racing Championships.
In the last round, Mauricio’s best lap time was 2:15.742. Yamaha 4S1M rider John Emerson Inguito started from pole position in the PSR 180 class. Jasper Cruz was the pole sitter in the PSR 160 while Bhebelab rider Joseph Dominique “Mojacko” Purino got the pole position in the PSR 130.
The 2018 PSR 180 Open class Champion, Gian Carlo Mauricio of JVT, continued his impressive and unbeatable performance for this year’s final race.
PSR 130 winner from Round 1 to 6 was Mojacko Purino. In the final race, the second placer was Adrian Salonga with his best lap time of 2:53.867 and third place went to Ekel Cabaysa who had a best lap time of 3:
In the PSR 160 class, Jasper Cruz continued his fine performance and won the said category. Jolo Suba finished second and John Paulo Capili took the last the podium spot.
It was indeed another epic close battle between Mauricio and Inguito in the PSR 180 with just 0.047 seconds gap. It was another treat for the race fans who enjoyed the action and great racing performances of the country’s top scooter riders.
Overall champions for the 2019 PSR season were Mauricio, Capili and Purino.
The PSR is sanctioned by USRA. The scooter series is part of the Petron National Motorcycle Championship organized by BRCI.
It was indeed another epic close battle between Mauricio and Inguito with just 0.048 seconds gap.
Joseph Dominique Purino
Dawn Ludwig Marzo
John Paulo Capili
Rhovick de Guzman
Gian Carlo Mauricio
John Emerson Inguito
*This article was published in InsideRACING’s Volume 17 Number 10 2019 issue.
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