Ronald Galzote Soars Through Discipline and Practice

Date posted on September 30, 2020
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Seeing how his motorcycle mechanic father work influenced young Ronald Galzote to venture into racing. The 9-year-old had a good 2019 and continues to get better as he pursues his dreams in his racing career.

Monickered “Uno”, Ronald started racing pocketbikes when he was 6 years old. He was nicknamed Uno because he was born on August 1, 2011. He idolizes Leeandro Paredes, a fellow young rider who is now one of the much anticipated racers in local race events. Ronald saw his father fixing and tuning other kids’ pocketbikes and convinced his parents that he also want to be a pocketbike racer. His parents supported him in his endeavor and Ronald began to join races.

The key to the kid’s wins and good performances are discipline and continuous practice which all paid off as Ronald got the second overall title in the Pocketbike Kids category of the 2019 Repsol Road Race Championship.

With his talent and hard work and the solid support of his parents, Ronald Galzote is poised to achieve more as years go by.  It is definitely worth looking forward to what feats this kid from Montalban, Rizal will have in the near future.

This was published in InsideRACING Magazine’s Volume 17 Number 12 issue

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