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22 February 2013

TRS now accepting enrollees for their 1-day Basic Circuit Racing Class

 
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Want to learn how to race cars the right way? Here's your chance. Tuason Racing School (TRS) is once again accepting enrollees for their 1-day Basic Circuit Racing Class this coming April. They'll teach you the basics on threshold braking, downshifting, racing line, and track lapping under the guidance of none-other-than multi-titled racing champion, JP Tuason.
 
All you need to have is a valid driver's license, ability to drive a manual transmission car, and P18,000 for the course fee. But for those who are underage and have no license, TRS is willing to make an exception. Just get a written consent and certification from either a parent or guardian stating that the enrollee knows how to drive.
 
The 1-day package is inclusive of manuals, rental of helmets and race suits, instructor's fee, lunch and drinks, gift packs, track fee, a certificate, and of course, use of Ford Fiesta race cars. Students will get a short classroom session, followed by on track practice sessions.
 
Tentative schedules for the Basic Circuit Racing Class are on April 27 and June 8, 2013 at either the Batangas Racing Circuit or Clark International Speedway.
 
For inquiries or registration, contact Ono Pardo or Aileen Urgelles at 0908-6639844. You may also visit tuasonracing.com and Like the Tuason Racing School Facebook page.