PSR Rd. 4: INGUITO VICTORIOUS FOR YAMAHA-SPEC V; SOBRETODO AND TORRES OF MBF ALSO TRIUMPHANT
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Date posted on August 18, 2015
Round 4 of the Philippine Scooter Racing Championships sanctioned by USRA and sponsored by FDR Tires had a full track race at the Clark International Speedway last August 9. The race featured the 130cc, 160cc and 180cc categories of the PSR.
Amber Torres of the Maico Buncio Foundation (MBF) clinched the 130cc class despite starting 5th in his group. Fellow MBF rider, Justinne Bethany Tolentino, finished second while Maiko Adapon of Team ASV placed third. Adapon still leads the standings in the 130cc so far with 87 points.
130cc PSR class winners – (L-R) Justinne Bethany Tolentino, Amber Torres and Maiko Adapon
Another MBF protégé, Eane Jaye Sobretodo, stood out as he won the 160cc category. Runner-ups were Danes Sarmiento and Team Yamaha-Spec V rider RR Espiritu. Fourth placer John Edward Godoy of Rider55-MLW-MTRT is on top of the 160cc standings having 90 points after four rounds.
160cc PSR class winners – (L-R) Danes Sarmiento, Eane Jaye Sobretodo and RR Espiritu
John Emerson Inguito once again showed remarkable riding skills in the main 180cc class and delighted Team Yamaha-Spec V. Inguito’s teammates Aljon Valencia and James Mendez finished second and third for an all Yamaha-Spec V podium. The fastest lap time among scooter riders, however, was courtesy of Dustin Esguerra of Zebra-Pertua-MLW-MTRT who finished fourth. After four rounds, Inguito and Valencia are tied with 92 points in the 180cc point standings.
John Emerson Inguito
180cc PSR class winners – Aljon Valencia, John Emerson Inguito and James Mendez
The fifth round is on September 6 at the Batangas Racing Circuit.