Friday, September 30, 2016

REV TO THE FINISH LINE – YAMAHA GRAND PRIX 7 FINALS –


Last SEPTEMBER 18, 2016, Carmona Circuit Racetrack, it all started with the presence of a MotoGP Champion who kicked off another historic season. Now Yamaha has returned to where it all began after searching for riders across the archipelago. Qualified racers from Malaybalay, Bukidnon and Cebu City made their way to Luzon for the last battle.

Only 29 riders remained to vie for the right to be named Champion and represent Yamaha Philippines once again. But that wasn’t the only thing at stake; the winners will have an all expense paid trip to Malaysia to watch the MotoGP and a special training camp that will be held in Japan. With the stakes raised to that kind of level it was obvious that the competition will reach a high level of ferocity.
The voice of the Yamaha Grand Prix, Rico Robles, got the crowd going as he introduced the riders from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. To add more fuel to the fire, the wowowin dancers gave a scintillating performance that entertained everyone in the venue. Sales and Marketing Director, Mr. Kaoru Ogura, officially declared the race open and it was time to find out who was the best of them all.
The YZF-R15 competition was a fiery feud between teammates. Masato Fernando, James Aldrin Mendez, and John Emerson Inguito may all race under one name but on the track it was a free for all towards the finish line. Through every corner it was a hot pursuit and the owner of the top spot changed every lap. In the end only one could be named on top.
YGP 2016 Finalist Overall Winners
YZF-R15

Overall Champion
Masato Fernando
Overall 1st Runner Up
James Aldrin Mendez
Overall 2nd Runner Up
John Emerson Inguito

The Sniper 150 Mxi featured the return of Vingie Coloma to battle against Inguito and Durraine Dan Carlos. It was an intriguing matchup that brought back images of competitions that have come before and it became another instant classic.
Sniper 150 Mxi

Overall Champion
John Emerson Inguito
Overall 1st Runner Up
Durraine Dan Carlos
Overall 2nd Runner Up
Vingie Coloma

The Vega Force i was a joust among truly skilled riders. The first Fuel Injected underbone motorcycle in the country did not fail to s          queeze out every bit of potential that the competitors had. The top 3 were:
Vega Force i

Overall Champion
Mckinley Kyle Paz
Overall 1st Runner Up
Gian Carlo Mauricio
Overall 2nd Runner Up
John Paul Lapante

There were also additional categories that had the same level of intensity that only complemented an already exciting day of racing.
YGP Finals Added Category Winners
130 Open UB

Overall Champion
R-Mand Salandanan
Overall 1st Runner Up
James Amporias
Overall 2nd Runner Up
Bienvenido Uy
160 Open UB
Overall Champion
Casey Ng
Overall 1st Runner Up
Dustin Esguerra
Overall 2nd Runner Up
Mico Montano
Mio 125 Mxi

Overall Champion
Leandro Paredes
Overall 1st Runner Up
Mark Djerreck Ondillo
Overall 2nd Runner Up
Jacob Sablaya
Fun Race UB

Overall Champion
Angelo Portal
Overall 1st Runner Up
Nicx Ramirez
Overall 2nd Runner Up
Paulo Bayan
Fun Race AT

Overall Champion
Zedric Poblete
Overall 1st Runner Up
Raymond Doroteo
Overall 2nd Runner Up
Juan Miguel Kaibigan
With another season of the Yamaha Grand Prix done the growth of local riders is stealing the scene with newer faces competing this season and the ages are definitely getting younger. Yamaha will continue to find passion in every corner of the country to make sure that any rider that continues to believe, to dream, and to pursue their racing goal will get their chance.



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