Premiere Racing School in the Philippines
Ready, Set, Race!
Allow me to write a motorsports article again, this time it is about a premiere racing school in the Philippines whose racing career management program is patterned to the training program of Formula One and have partnership with US, Europe and fellow Asian racing programs to produce more motorsports champions in their Racing school and gear up all Pinoy motorsports enthusiasts with world-class and updated racing curriculum, technology and training programs.
This top and most-trusted racing school in the Philippines is the Tuason Racing School; just like motorsports, this premiere racing school in the Philippines is also rare and not much publicized in the mainstream media. It will only get much needed mainstream TV media attention if one Pinoy motorsports athlete becomes so famous around the world.
The Tuason Racing School(TRS) is manage by a progeny of racing Tuason families that pioneered racing sports or motorsports in the Philippines, which is currently manage by two racing brothers – JP and Mike Tuason. Both Tuason brothers are multi-awarded motorsports drivers and have gone a professional trainings from Top racing schools outside the Philippines and have gained decades of experiences on motorsports; JP is already 22 years on motorsports sports and automotive industry while Mike is 17 year.
Actually, last year their racing school have numerous awards like 2010 Philippine Grand Touring Car Championships GT 300 Class,2010 Philippine Production Car Championships,2010 Karting Super Series Mint Box Class,2010 Pro-AM Drifting Champion,2010 Philippine Grand Touring Car Championship GT 125 Class;2010 GT 300 Class Champion for Mike Tuason as well 2010 Pro-AM Champion,2010 PPCC Champion for Marcus Wong,2010 Mini Bok Champion for Basti Escalante, and 2010 GT 125 Class Champion for Sean Redpath.
This year 2011, the Tuason Racing School hopes for more victories and champions from their racing school. Moreover, I also hope that the mainstream TV media will also give attention to other sports disciplines wherein Filipinos also excel and stop focusing excessively on the phenomenon boxing success of Manny Pacqiuao which the mainstream TV media obviously exploit for their own personal gain to earn more money through it.
Other Filipino athletes also deserve a public attention and recognition.