TRS Racing Kids back on title trail
The TRS Racing Kids are back on the title trail as they are set to compete in the Sorteo Grand Prix 2013 KF2-KF3 Cup Series this weekend, Feb. 16 and 17 at the Carmona Racetrack.
Mini-ROK champ Flynn Jackes and Arthur “AT” Tuason take the role as the team’s top bets as they will be joined by Julia delos Angeles and seven-year-old Jarred Kim in the bid to deliver the titles for the TRS Racing Kids, powered by BMW, Bridgestone, Standard Insurance, Coke Zero, OMP, Oakley, C!Magazine, Go Pro and Toptul.
The team is optimistic of clinching better finishes this season after getting a big boost from their rigid training under the Tuason Racing School Race Career Management Program.
The nine-year-old Jackes will be gunning for a back-to-back Mini-ROK plum, while the 12-year-old Tuason, who copped overall second runner-up honors in both the Formula Cadet Expert class of the Coca-Cola Karting Super Series and the Mini-ROK Cup, will be vying for the crown in both the Formula SL Novice class and the Formula SQ Cadet Expert division.
Both Delos Angeles and Kim are vying for the Formula SQ Cadet Novice title. Delos Angeles, a product of the Champion of the Future Series, bagged the Formula Cadet Novice overall second runner-up honors on her first actual competitive race late last year.
Jarred Kim, son of GT driver Peter Kim, will be making his debut in an actual competition, but is expected to be a no pushover considering the impressive skills he showed during the practices.
“We’re still in the process of building up a stronger karting team.
Nevertheless, we’re optimistic of the chances of these three young karters based on the performances they’ve shown during our pre-season training,” said TRS Founder and President JP Tuason who’s also the brains behind the TRS-RCMP.
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