Philippine SuperSport300 Championship Finalized

Date posted on May 11, 2022
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IR Nation is proud to announce that its new SSP300 class will now be called the “Philippine Supersport 300 Championships“. It will be sanctioned by NAMSSA Philippines, the FIM National Federation,in partnership with newly recognized Club Affiliate USRA.

The national roadracing championship class will be organized by IR Nation and will be run exclusively at the 1.5 kms Tarlac Circuit Hill or TCH race track in San Jose, Tarlac during MotoIR and Super Series rounds.

1.5 kms Tarlac Circuit Hill race track
located in San Jose, Tarlac

Rounds 2 and 3 will be on May 29 Tarlac GP, Opening of the Motul Super Series Nationwide Championships.

Round 1 was held last April 24 as MotoIR1 that allowed twin cylinder motorcycles. The new MotoIR1 will now be limited to single cylinder motorcycles separate from the new Philippine SSP300.

Philippine SSP300 will allow single and twin cylinders motorcycles up to 400cc like the Kawasaki Ninja 400/300/250, Yamaha R3, KTM RC390, Honda CBR250/300, TVS310RR, Zontes310R, and others. Although open modifications are allowed, weights per model will adopt FIM SSP300 values.

There will be 2 rider categories GP (Exp/Int) and SP (Nov/Beg) earning national points towards the NAMSSA SSP300 Championships. The Philippine SSP300 National Champion will come from the GP class while the SSP300 Rookie of the Year will come from the SP class for 2022. The championship will have a total of 6 races.

Valenzuela’s Fritsy Claveria
of SEC Motosupply Team 137

So far, Valenzuela’s Fritsy Claveria of SEC Motosupply Team 137 leads the SSP300 GP class over FGM Kawasaki’s Rizaldy Canare of Bataan with Pangasinan’s Kirk Domingiano of KIXX Koso Yamaha in third. The race pole position winner from Quezon City, Eane Jay Sobretodo of Angkas Access Plus VMAN, crashed with a lap to go while holding 3rd position..

FGM Kawasaki’s Rizaldy Canare of Bataan

Meanwhile, Lawrence Valencia of Team Mototan leads the SSP300 SP class. With only one race done and five more to go, the inaugural Philippine SSP300 championship is still wide open.

Pangasinan’s Kirk Domingiano
of KIXX Koso Yamaha

The new class is open to anybody or any team. IR Nation hopes to gradually grow the class, find new riders and develop sponsorship opportunities for new teams from the Northern area to add to the existing roster of star riders and established teams. This will be another exciting phase in local motorcycle road racing.

Quezon City’s Eane Jay Sobretodo
of Angkas Access Plus VMAN

The FIM SSP300 class is a popular class all over the world. It has an FIM World Championship class running with the WSBK and numerous FIM National SSP300 classes including Spain, Australia, New Zealand, USA, and Germany.

Lawrence Valencia of Team Mototan

We are proud to be able to add the Philippines to these roster of countries and we hope to develop riders that can be sent to international competition in the near future. We aim to develop the class and be a destination for aspiring local roadracers. Moreover, the Philippine SSP300 class is a great place for our current international riders to race locally at a high level.

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