FDR Mallari racers on a roll in Motor Ace circuit series
FDR Mallari Racing Team bagged four titles in the third leg of the Motor Ace Circuit Racing Series at the Kartzone tracks along F. Cabahug Street in Cebu City.
Janesse Lucero led FDR Mallari Racing Team by winning two titles while teammates Justin Mallari, and John Paul Manatad added one each.
All in all, FDR Mallari ruled four out of the eight events in the one-day race that featured around a hundred riders from various clubs in Cebu.
Lucero showed that women can blaze the tracks, too, as she topped the beginners’ mixed novice scooter 130cc and all-ladies categories.
She outraced teammates Chloe Mallari and Justin Mallari, who placed second and third respectively, in the beginners’ mixed novice scooter 130cc category.
She then edged Jen Yosores of FYRT and Chloe Mallari in the all-ladies category.
Justin Mallari secured the title in the beginners novice scooter 130 men’s category.
His runners up were Francis Castañeda and Team RPM’s Algybriel Caneda.
Manatad, meanwhile, ruled the beginners’ novice underbone 130cc category.
He was trailed by teammates Van Ricablanca and Shu Orlanes, who placed second and third, respectively.
Garry Caneda of Yamaha Motorworld-323, lorded two categories as he won the Underbone 130cc open and inter-expert scooter crowns.
Caneda’s closest pursuer in the underbone 130cc open were Simon Solon and Zac Lyndon Caneda, who are both from team RPM.
Caneda beat Castañeda in the inter-expert scooter category after the latter placed second followed by Zac Lyndon Caneda in third place.
Simon Solon of team RPM lorded the inter-novice sniper / RS 150cc category while John Cabahug and Ronald Intas of Team FYRT came in second and third, respectively.
In the club race category, G. Boy Carlos of Quickfix Racing emerged at the top spot followed by Castañeda at second and Rafael Aquino at third.
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