Yamaha Riders Rule in Clark

Published by insideracingadmin Date posted on July 21, 2018

Yamaha stamped its class in 3 different competitions and came home with a string of victories over the 1st weekend of July at the Clark International Speedway

In the 3rd round of the MotoIR Championship, John Emerson Inguito and Herbert Lopez powered through the MotoIR1 expert category by nailing the 1st and 3rd spots, respectively. In the MotoIR2 intermediate category it was Robert Ryan Espiritu who came out on top.

 

 

The Philippine Underbone King Championships saw McKinley Kyle Paz lead the way from the very start. He recorded the fastest lap in the qualifiers with 1:07.92 which eventually led to his top finish. J.E. Inguito followed him at 2nd place to close out the top spots.

For the Philippine Scooter Racing Championships, it was another victory for J.E Inguito as he added a second-place finish to his epic run.

These riders will continue to carry their quality of racing to more competitions and push their potential to the limit with their Yamaha motorcycles. With continuous dedication to training and hunger for victory, they will surely take home more championships in the future

Results:

MotoIR (YZF-R15)

Expert (MotoIR1)

1st – John Emerson Inguito (4S1M-Yamaha Racing Team)

3rd – Herbert Lopez (4S1M-Yamaha Racing Team)

Intermediate

1st – Robert Ryan Espiritu (4S1M-Yamaha Racing Team)

 

UBK (Sniper 150)

1s–  McKinley Kyle Paz (Phoenix-Yamaha-Koso-Faito Racing Team)

2nd – John Emerson Inguito (4S1M-Yamaha Racing Team)

 

PSR (Yamaha Mio)

2nd – John Emerson Inguito (4S1M-Yamaha Racing Team)

 

Words and Photos by Yamaha Motor Philippines

 

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