Army Navy Club200 Endurance Race set
‘There are a few slots left and so I am inviting all riders of shapes and sizes.’
The Clark International Speedway will play host to participants of next week’s Army Navy Club200 Endurance Race. | Photograph COURTESY OF Army Navy Club200
It’s all systems go for the Philippines’ biggest motorsports extravaganza of 2023 — the Army Navy Club200 Endurance Race happening on 11 February at the Clark International Speedway.
Conceptualized by the organizing Club200, the novel motorcycle event will have two-three rider teams sharing just one transponder for the entire run of approximately 200 kilometers, with each participant riding at least 50 laps.
“Everything is set. We expect a thrilling day of motorcycle action at the Speedway, where all participants can live their dreams of riding competitively,” said Red Romero, past president and one of the founding members of the Club200.
“There are a few slots left and so I am inviting all riders of shapes and sizes, excluding those participating in the National Superbikes series, to come in and join this first-of-its-kind motorcycle event,” Romero added.
Registration is ongoing until raceday.
A surprise cash prize and a trip to Europe will be given to the champion of the Adventure Class by Clutch Moto, with the group choosing among themselves who the recipient of the awards will be.
Interested riders, who want to join may pay the entry fee (Individual P7,500/Team P21,000) at the Club200 Riders Association Inc.’s Unionbank-Magallanes Paseo Branch’s account (001470007566).
Slated in the morning during raceday are the 50-Lap Endurance Relay Race for Adventure Class open to 400cc-1300cc with 17-19-21 inch Front Wheels and 2/3/4 Cylinder Engines for the Adventure Class.
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