Filipinos are born competitive. In every sports competition, Pinoys are known to make their names remembered by many. With the country’s renowned athletes, there are aspirants next in line, waiting to create their legacy. In motorsports, Yamaha Motor Philippines understands the passion of local racers resulting in making the Hero Creation Program that aims to hone the first-ever Filipino icon in MotoGP embodying the brand.
Philippine Motorsports and the greatness of local racers remains global
In an exclusive press conference, YMPH announced that the Yamaha Racing team is officially racing this season of Asia Road Racing Championship and FIM JuniorGP World Championship.
Continuing the legacy made, Mckinley Kyle Paz will chase the championship title with his new league – Yamaha Philippines Stylo Bike Racing Team. He will further pave the way for other Filipino racers to join this prestigious competition.
While in ARRC, YMPH has a different story. Early this year, Yamaha gathered 14 racers to undergo a series of tests, measuring their skills in motorsports. Among these 14 racers, the top 2 best racers were named. Under the UMA Racing MMR Yamaha Philippine Racing Team, April King Mascardo and Gian Carlo Mauricio will compete carrying not just the brand of Yamaha but also the country’s honor.
Keeping Yamaha’s racing DNA alive on and offline
Now that the world is slowly opening again and competitions will begin this year, YMPH will constantly make opportunities to support local racers and offer only the best racing experience via its world-class supersport machine for customers on and offline.