The 9th ATMC has been rescheduled to June 24, 2012.

Paying tribute to the late Arthur Tuason,
Tuason Racing School (TRS) is bringing back the Arthur Tuason Memorial Cup (ATMC). The 9th edition of the ATMC comprises of a sprint and 4 hour endurance race, made up of a field of Formula SL go karts, and run back-to-back with the first race of the 2012 Champions of the Future (COF). So suit up for a whole day of karting on February 26, 2012 at the Carmona Race Track
The sprint race comprises of a 15 lap pre-final and 25 lap final race, while the enduro is a 4 hour non-stop race where teams can be made up for two to six drivers each. Entry fee is P2,500/driver for the sprint race and P10,000/team for the endurance race. And to make things more exhilerating, a P25,000 cash prize await the sprint champion (with minimum of 20 entries) and a P50,000 grand prize for the endurance champion team (with minimum of 10 entries), plus many more prizes are up grabs from the 9th ATMC's sponsors.
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The Automobile Association Philippines (AAP), the country's motorsports authority, has just published the complete Philippine motorsports calendar for 2012 covering almost anything and everything on four wheels. Under its affiliated clubs, AAP sanctions all motorsport competitions in six disciplines: circuit racing, karting, slalom, car rally, rally cross, and 4WD off-rod racing. 
Big races in store for this year are the Philippine GT, Philippine Touring Car Championship (PTCC), RMSC's National Slalom Series, Hillclimb Series, RallyEKross, National Karting Series, and Asian Karting Open Championship (AKOC). These championshipo will visit the country's premier race tracks such as the Clark International Speedway (CIS), Batangas Racing Circuit (BRC), and Carmona Race Track (CRT).
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