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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.
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Here we go again boys and girls. Tuason Racing School (TRS) is on the lookout for the next batch of Champions of the Future (COF). This grassroots training program will take aspiring kids aged 7 to 13 years old and turn them into real race car drives. Learn how to race go karts in a well-organized, cost-effective, safe, and fun environment that's created to bring out the driving talent in every child.
The Karting Clinics will be held at none other than the country's premier international go-kart track in Carmona, Cavite. There, students will be taught the basics of racing, racing discipline, and other techniques under the tutelage of multi-titled racing champion JP Tuason.
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After a fantastic turnout at the 1st leg of the Tuason Racing School (TRS) Raceday last August, it's time yet again to suit up and strap on for another track attack, this time at the Clark International Speedway (CIS). The 2nd TRS Raceday brings together the TRS Cup powered by the Ford Fiesta, Car Club Trackday, and the Bridgestone Cup on track this September 30, 2012.
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After a great first outing at the famed Nürburgring in Germany, Tuason Racing School (TRS) founder and President, JP Tuason was invited to return to the next round of the Porsche Sports Cup, scheduled on August 3 to 5, at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium - the very same track used in the Formula 1 Grand Prix calendar.
Tuason will drive a 2011-spec Porsche 911 GT3 prepared by G-Force Racing Academy. The multi-awarded racecar driver is hoping to do a repeat performance of his previous race where he posted the best time in his division.
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Flynn Jackes is not your typical 9-year-old boy. He races go karts in his free time and began his racing career back in 2010 at the Castrol Champions of the Future karting program - the grassroots karting program of Tuason Racing School (TRS). And last July 1, 2012, Jackes made history by winning the Asian Karting Open Championships (AKOC) - Mini Rock Division in Macau. He was also the only Filipino to finish in the top three spots of the karting series.
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Tuason Racing School (TRS), the longest-running and only professional racing school in the country, is making the grassroots of racing even more accessible by setting up their very own go kart track in the south. Welcome to Global Karting Westgate (GKW), the first and only race track to feature a bridge and tunnel in the country.
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Castrol and Tuason Racing School (TRS) is once again on the hunt for next racing star at the second Castrol Champions of the Future (COF). As the Philippines' premier grassroots karting program, this is the chance for kids ages 7 to 13 years old to live up their racing dreams and be discovered as a future racing champion. Enroll now as the COF Karting Clinic is all set on April 1 and 15, 2012
The COF Karting Clinics will provide these young aspiring racers the basics of go kart racing under the tutelage of multi-titled champions JP and Mike Tuason, where 20 talented students will be given the a scholarship to compete at the three-leg COF Race Series starting on April 22, 2012.  
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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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Get your kids up to speed and on the path to becoming a future Formula 1 star as Castrol and Tuason Racing School (TRS) opens yet another school year for Champions of the Future (COF). Kids ages 7 to 13 years old can live their racing dreams in go karts, which is considered to be the grassroots of racing. Enroll now as classes begins on January 15, 2012 with 20 scholarship seats up for grabs! 
The Karting Clinic is a one-day event with 20 driver slots per class. Each driver will be provided with complete racing gear, a racing kart, consumables, instructions, and meals in the event. Each Clinic will only cost P3,500 per day.
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raceday_posterTuason Racing School, the first and longest running professional racing school in the country, gives speed freaks three treats in one day. Head on over to the Clark International Speedway on October 2, 2011 for TRS Ford Fiesta Cup, Speedlab Invitational Drag Race, and the BMW Club Castrol Trackday.
The TRS Ford Fiesta Cup is a grassroots circuit car program aimed to provide a cost-effective entry point and training ground into car racing. This year's series will have 13 drivers composed of top teams and privateers from in and around the region. Among the youngest drivers on the grid will be 13 year old Karting Champion Basti Escalante in the Smart Bro Rocket car and 20 year old Yvana Carangan on board the Smart Insurance Car Pro racecar. Foreign drivers too join in the fray with Guam National Eric Choi, Indian National Manikandan Cr, and German Stefan Wolf piloting the Smart Netphone, Castrol Edge Titanium, and Häfele livery Fiestas. Other entries include Manuel Dizon in the Coke Zero racecar and 2010 C! Top Driver Challenge winner Paolo Bringas.
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