4S1M-Yamaha Racing Team eyes top spot in 11th Inside Racing Grand Prix

4S1M-Yamaha Racing Team now revved up to clinch the gold

The 4S1M-Yamaha Racing Team is now revved up and ready to aim for a gold cup in the 11th Inside Racing Grand Prix (IRGP), happening on November 18 to 19 at Carmona Race Track. Top guns of the motorsport scene such as John Emerson Inguito, Jeff Teopengco, Herbert Lopez, and Mark Djereck Ondillo will be vying to rule the race track in their respective classes.

Team captain Herbert Lopez assured that he will continue his supremacy from the penultimate round of 2017 Shell Advance MotoIR Championship, as he battles to defend his podium on MotoIR category—riding the Yamaha R15. He is also expected to deliver an impressive performance under the Underbone 150 Master and FI category, with his finely-tuned Yamaha Sniper King.

Reigning as overall champion on his fifth and sixth races and overall second of MotoIR 2 class, team ace Jeff Teopengco is on his road to redeem his strong-held gold spot on motoIR – riding his Yamaha R15. It will be a tight battle between the veterans as he races to victory under the Underbone 115 Expert and 160 Automatic Expert category -- maneuvering Yamaha Vega Force 115 and Yamaha Mio 160, respectively.

With a finishing podium from the fifth and ninth annual IRGP, John Emerson Inguito is back on track to thrill the crowd as he race both under the Underbone 150 Master and Junior class; and MotoIR division.

On the other key category, Mark Djereck Ondillo, who finished as the overall first runner-up under 115CC Underbone Novice Class in the recently concluded 2017 Eneos Philippines Motorsport Championship, is set to prevail on 160 Automatic Novice Category with his Yamaha Mio 160 Scooter; and Yamaha Mio M3 on 130 Automatic Novice Category.

For more information on 4S1M and 4S1M Yamaha Racing Team powered by BRT and Racing Force, interested parties may visit its showroom located at Racing Force, 2 nd Avenue along Rizal Avenue, Caloocan City; visit their website at http://sumracing.com.ph/; or like its Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/forcespeed1m/.