The Suzuki Racing Team captures its third 1st place finish in the 115 open and 115 sports production category at the 3rd leg of the Underbone King Championships held at the Batangas Racing Circuit last July 12.
Once more, aboard the Smash Revolution, Doblada and Enriquez flew by everybody and ran the track in perfect harmony as they held 1st and 2nd place positions for six laps going into the checkered flag to achieve Team Suzuki’s 3-Peat in the said category.
Right off the bat, the 2 blue Smash Revos conquered every corner, dominated every stretch of the track and never looked back while others trailed behind in an effort to gain the only position left by the two which was a very far 3rd place.
But the biggest surprise of the day was the performance of Suzuki’s Scooter Open rider Ivan Santiago who took on the Batangas track with little preparation and aboard nonetheless an experimental race bike, unexpectedly unleashing the race potential of another Suzuki underbone model, the Raider J Pro. Thus giving birth to the
“Raider J Pro-ject”.
Suzuki President Mr. Satoshi Uchida and Gen. Manager for Motorcycle Marketing & Sales Eiji Kobayashi commended Santiago’s riding skills and were unanimous in the realization that the Raider J Pro will be a force to be reckoned with in the coming races.
Not only has the Suzuki Racing Team achieved their 3-Peat, they now have a
Triple-Threat that will race Suzuki’s underbone models to win that checkered flag again and again.
As Santiago joins Enriquez and Doblada in the fray, the dream of a Suzuki 1-2-3 finish can now be a reality.
Ganbare Suzuki Racing Team!
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