WITH a brave heart, the UMA Racing Yamaha Philippines Team Riders Chairman Masato Fernando and Kerwin Chang made an unmatched battle for their foes. Masato strived to claim the top spot and remain unbothered even when he has pushed aside numerous times.
During the last couple of laps, he managed to be at an astonishing standing, he was almost there, an inch away from the podium yet today have a different plan as he positioned at 9th. While, Kerwin, the team’s younger lad didn’t fail to give us an interesting battle.
Even when he started in the 24th position, he swept away the two rivals and completed the race at the 22nd rank. His first ARRC experience made an impression of what it’s like to dream big and let passion take the action.
Ruled the ARRC 2019 UB150 Class, Yamaha’s Wonderboy, Mckinley Kyle Paz took the Filipino pride higher as he stepped up to the SS600 category this season. With the supersport dominance of YZF-R6, Kyle Paz made his category debut. Started at the 11th grid position, he strategically race against his 15 rivals. This was the first time for the wonderboy to compete with a bigger and higher machine but then his mission to race our flag stay unsurpassed. Battling to go higher, he mastered to overshadow half of his opponents making him won the 8th rank, what a peerless start this season.