Date posted on May 25, 2018
Not getting the pole position was not a problem for young rider Jakob Sablaya who went on to win the Super Suzuki Raider Carb 10-lap race at the Carmona Race Track during the opening round of the Shell Advance Super Series Nationwide Championships.
Super Suzuki Raider Carb grid last May 13 at the Carmona Race Track
Sablaya started second at the grid but remarkably took the lead in a short while after their takeoff. The young racer topped the race and had a 3.450s margin of victory over Mark Djereck Ondillo of Team Suzuki-VMan who started in pole position. Ondillo placed second in the race while Wyner Blente finished third. Aside from winning the race, Sablaya was the rider who got the 52.123s best lap time of the race.
Jakob Sablya (12) leading the race
Jakob Sablaya raises his hand as he won the race
Victory lap by Sablaya
Carlo Calderon finished fourth followed by William Letada, Mark Jason delos Reyes, Jerick Alison Albano, Joseph Toledo, Keith Daniel Lopez, Aries de Leon, and Mark Ivan Canonigo. Gilbert Enriquez ended up at 12th place. Dan Carlo Alvarado of Team Suzuki-VMan was not able to finish the race and was out after two laps.
Super Suzuki Raider R150 Carb winners Jakob Sablaya (1), Mark Djereck Ondillo (2) and Wyner Blente (3). With them are Ms. Lorrie Ramirez of Shell Advance (2nd from left), Mr. Jong Uy of The Racing Line (rightmost), Mr. Al Camba of InsideRACING (leftmost) and Suzuki Philippines’ Mr. Rey Abat (5th from right) and Mr. Brent Gajunera (2nd from right).
Super Suzuki Raider Carb Round 1 Result
Super Suzuki Raider Breed Wars Round 1 Point Standings
The Suzuki Raider Carb class is one of the two categories of the Suzuki Raider Breed Wars which was well participated by racers at the opening of the Super Series last May 13. The Suzuki Raider Breed Wars is for Novice and Beginner riders. Suzuki Raider race bikes are provided by Suzuki Philippines.
The next round of the Super Series is on May 27 in Sasa, Davao which will be held together with The Racing Line’s RUGP. The Super Series is supported by Shell Advance, Suzuki Philippines, Yamaha Motor Philippines, FDR Tires and Pirelli Tires. It is sanctioned by the Unified Sports and Racing Association for Motorcycles, Inc. (USRA). The opening round of the 2018 Super Series is also supported by KOBY PH.