ANOTHER TOP PODIUM WIN BY TEAM SUZUKI PILIPINAS AT THE SAC ROUND 2

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Team Suzuki Pilipinas had it again at the 2017 Suzuki Asian Challenge (SAC) Round 2 after taking home another top podium win at Chang International Circuit. After getting a back to back win during the Round 1 in Malaysia. This was made possible by April King Mascardo who victoriously made a consecutive 1st Place win in Race 2 of Round 1 and now 1st Place again in Race 1 of Round 2. His successive victories together with Mario’s 1st Podium win during the round 2 resulted to a triple podium win for Team Suzuki Pilipinas at the first rounds of the season, making them one of the favorites at SAC.

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During the Round 2 of SAC, April started in the 5th grid and  strategically managed to stay at the right position over the other riders on the first laps then focused on following the leader of the race. When he got the perfect timing to lead the pack, he made sure he to secure the lead until the final lap. His exceptional performance outstood the other riders including the Thai and SAC Class of 2015 2nd placer Patis Chooprathet.

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Race 2 was a tight battle for all of the riders especially for Team Suzuki Pilipinas’ Eane Jay Sobretodo and April King Mascardo who were leading the pack. Sobretodo unfortunately crashed while leading the 4th lap after an accidental hit by another rider causing him to not finish the race. During the last lap at the final corner of the race, one rider fell affecting the six riders on his trail including Borbon, Jr. and Mascardo. Even after the series of crashes, Mascardo finished 5th and Borbon made it at 12th place.

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After the Round 2, Team Suzuki Pilipinas managed to retain their good standing. Mascardo remains at the top spot, Borbon Jr. at 7th with 42 points with Sobretodo at 11th place. Despite the series of crashes, nothing serious happened to team and they are more than determined to face the next round of the challenge which will happen at Suzuka International Circuit in Japan on June 2 to 4, 2017.

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