Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Race of the Champions, Victory Party

Last Night i was with Tuason Racing School Race of the Champions, Victory Party in Opus Restaurant at Resorts World. It seems too good to celebrate Victory with the Champions from various racing or sports category. Like the Ateneo Blue Eagles Team work and Abu Dhabi F1 challenge secrets of victory  But before that triumph all of this Champions experience great sacrifice.  

Do something when they get out to its comfort zone, do something while others failed to do.  Push , study, train more while others doesn't care to. You'll never know when you will clash or burn your engine. Or being bump by fellow racers like what happen to me before. But its still part of the game you loose some, you win some.

I believe that Talk is Cheap and  result is good.This people with Unusual courage are determined to push more to the limit. Set record and do it over and over again. Until the game is won and to race the Bar. Get ready to the next level...See More Photos of the Event

What i mean is raise the level of competency, ended up with the premier Championship happening on earth. Like the World Cup, Nascar, F1 or Olympics. Since the main purpose of this blog is all about winning to the next level. Then we must examine the cause of winning and victory?  I believe its Great skills, knowledge, unusual courage, hope, discipline, perseverance and humility.  Its good the see again racers and familiar faces behind the sports. 

Thanks to JP Tuason of Champion Racing School for Racing and Events invite. And Ariel De Jesus of Subaru and Castrol for wonderful experience in Impreza Hand Challenge in Manila and SG 2009 and 10. Although i lost in finals twice past 5 years in C Top Driver Challenge and Red Racing Finals. But the spirit of racing and various motor-sport still burning in my heart. JP leadership and Racing skill  is being pass to next future champions and you could be next! I believe winning is everything.  Its how you think like a real champion. 

That when it comes to school its the podium,  in business its the heart of the customer, in work its the performance boardroom. This is all the place for us!  Healthy body for good health, healthy competition which is sportsmanship, peaceful healthy environment,  active sports lifestyle. We don't want to be belong to the losers place.  Let me welcome you all to the to Winners Place.

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Press Release

TUASON RACING SCHOOL HOPES TO KEEP UP ITS RACING CHAMPIONSHIP TRADITION AS IT FACES NEW CHALLENGES IN 2011

Tuason Racing School expressed gratitude to all its sponsors and partners pivotal to the success of their programs and other endeavors last year as it looks forward to more milestones  facing the challenges of the 2011 racing season.

Its championship tradition just keeps going on. The bounty of accomplishments poured in just before 2010 ended and the blessings overflowed at the start of the year to cap what has been a successful season for the country’s premiere racing team.

Aside from its much sought racing classes and karting clinics, Tuason Racing School hopes 2011 to be another banner year as it guns for bigger feats in Lateral Drifting, the Philippine Production Car Championship, GT Championship, Karting, the Ford Focus Cup, C! Magazine Top Driver Challenge, the Castrol Champions of the Future and soon the Ford Formula Cup.
         
       Just recently, the Ford Focus-TRS Racing Team did it again as it impressively dominated the last three races of the Philippine Production Car Championship with the valuable support of Ford , Castrol, Goodyear Racing, Standard Insurance, OMP, Discovery Suites, Coke Zero, Oakley, Aguila Auto Glass, DC, 3M,  Business World, C! Magazine, Fremuff, Dupont, K & N Filters, Starbright Bodykits, UltraRacing, Speedlab, Toptul, Rota Wheels and Weapon R.

            Reasserting its supremacy, the team took the top four slots in the qualifying round from among 14 competing drivers as Singaporean Marcus Wong and Sean Redpath delivered the laurels with their 1-2 finishes in all three races.

            Following their victories, Wong emerged the overall 2010 PPCC champion while Redpath captured the overall runner-up crown and the Novice plum of the series.

The last race was cancelled on Sunday due to a dangerous accident caused by the Chevy which put one of the Hondas into the wall at high speed. 

            “It has been truly a great year for us and we thanked God for these countless blessings we received since the Tuason Racing School was established in 1999.  We couldn’t have reached this far without the support and trust of our sponsors and partners,” said JP Tuason, president of the Tuason Racing School.

            “With all the dedication, hardships and challenges we encountered through the years, it’s been sweet and satisfying to note that our programs had been very successful and most of today’s racing champs and top drivers are products of the Tuason Racing School,” he added.
            No doubt, Tuason Racing School has established its own niche in Philippine motorsports as the first and the longest running professional racing school in the country.  Its credibility and drive for racing excellence lured students not only in Asia but also from different parts of the world, providing them complete ladder in motorsports and driver training.
TRS is headed by the progeny of one of the pioneer racing families in the Philippines. Multi-awarded race car drivers JP and Mike Tuason, sons of racing legend Arthur Tuason, along with their wives, Jeanette and Brenda, share an impassioned vision to develop motorsports as a choice career where Filipinos can excel in internationally.
Each has undergone research and training from top racing schools abroad the likes of Skip Barber, Richard Petty, Michael Andretti, and Bob Bondurant. The brothers also boast a successful career in karting, touring cars, rallying, and Formula 3 racing, and have competed extensively both locally and abroad. 

The school offers instruction in go-karts, circuit car racing, formula car, and drifting. It is the only racing school that offers race training complete with professional instructors, state of the art equipment, race-prepared vehicles, and a scientific teaching curriculum designed from 22 years of racing experience and training with the best racing schools in the world.

Its effective racing class modules, discovery search programs and hands-on management of talents were proven once more as Tuason Racing School clinched three overall plums in major motorsports events last year -- the 2010 Lateral Drifting AM Championship, the 2010 Philippine GT Championship and the Karting Super Series.

Under the helm of the TRS-Castrol Drift Team, Mike Tuason transformed the Mazda BT-50 into a winning championship pick-up truck when he captured the Amateur crown of the 2010 Lateral Drifting Championship that concluded in Eastwood-Libis, Quezon City.

            From being a much talked about sensation as the world’s first ever diesel-powered drifting pick-up truck last year, Tuason further proved the Mazda BT-50 beyond media hype as it evolved into a competitive racing machine that eclipsed the highly-favored and drifting-engineered Sylvia s15 and Nissan Skyline.
Tuason adjusted the car set-up and banked on his near-precision driving to turn back actor Ryan Agoncillo for the crown powered by Castrol Edge, Goodyear, Mazda, Coke Zero, Speedlab, Rota Wheels, Starbright Bodykits, Aguila Auto Glass, DC, Dupont, 3M, K &N Filters, Weapon R, Discovery Suites, Fremuff, OMP, Oakley, Toptul , Business World and C! Magazine.

          Another TRS–Castrol Drift driver Bjorn Ongtiaobok bagged third place finish after beating Kar Montaner.
            The Ford Focus likewise proved its championship quality anew in the 2010 Philippine GT Championship behind new recruits Sean Redpath, Ding Dizon and Marcus Wong who steered the Ford Focus-TRS Racing team to a 1-2-3 finish in the GT125 division with the big support of Ford Racing, Castrol, Goodyear Racing, Standard Insurance, OMP, Discovery Suites, Coke Zero, Oakley, Aguila Auto Glass, DC, 3M, Business World, C! Magazine, Fremuff, Dupont, K & N Filters, Starbright Bodykits, UltraRacing, Speedlab, Toptul, Rota Wheels and Weapon R.

The three put up a strong fight against more experienced rivals as they forged a new chapter in the championship tradition of Ford’s superior technology and racing heritage using the all new 1.8 Ford Focus race cars.

Redpath captured the overall GT125 title winding up with 159 points while  Dizon, who competed only in three of the six legs this season, caught up with other drivers to clinch second place overall with 127 points.
Marcus Wong, who only joined two races, copped overall third with 115 points while Stuart MacDonald and Bobby Noriega completed the top five spots with 100 and 99 points respectively

            Mike Tuason, though missing the final two rounds of the event, still claimed the overall runner-up honors and the GT300 plums.
            TRS also achieved another big milestone in karting behind Basti Escalante who bagged the overall Mini-ROK crown.

            Escalante is one of the pioneer protégés of the Tuason Racing School-Racing Career Management Program (TRS-RCMP) that helped him cope up with the pressures to capture his first racing career crown with the big support of Tuason Racing School, Ready2Race, OMP and his individual sponsors Audi, Transnational Diversified Group, Werdenberg International Corp., Bridgestone, Puma, Coke Zero, Castrol, Bank of Commerce, Emcor, KServico, Washington Watches and Philippine Star.

            Karting has been Tuason Racing School’s first venture in Philippine Motorsports and Escalante’s victory proved that the TRS-RCMP is on the right track in its pursuit to develop world-class Filipino champion drivers.

            For more info on Tuason Racing School and its services, interested parties may email info@tuasonracing.com or visit http://www.tuasonracing.com or call 817.7795 for inquiries.

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