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2020 Honda Pilipinas Dream Cup in search for new breed of riders

Batangas–Honda Philippines, Inc., the number one motorcycle manufacturer in the country, gears up anew for next year’s action-packed Honda Pilipinas Dream Cup as it announces the tryouts for the new breed of riders on Dec. 14 at the Clark International Speedway in Mabalacat, Pampanga.

2020 Honda Pilipinas Dream Cup in search for new breed of riders

The tryouts for the 2020 Honda Pilipinas Dream Cup call for young talents, ages 10-17 years old, to showcase their ability to compete in high-level road racing and get a chance to be a full-fledged Honda Racer for local and prestigious international motorcycle racing competitions.

During the tryouts, aspiring riders will use Honda’s one-make racing machine Honda CBR150R with MotoGP DNA, designed with precision for full-trail blazing and complete racing experience.

All aspiring racers are welcome to join the tryout and experience becoming a Honda Racer by completing the application form, which can be downloaded via HPI’s official Facebook page and website. HPI will then release a confirmation to the application on Nov. 28. The application ends at noon on Nov. 25.

This year, 14-year-old Alfred Jakob Sablaya bagged the championship, enabling him to join the Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup Tryouts at Sepang Go Kart Race Track in Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia and earning him a slot for the 2020 race season. 

“Young riders should not pass on this opportunity to experience and participate in the Honda tryouts race, for it opens doors to various opportunities, including high-ranking local and international competitions,” said Hervic Villa, Department Manager of Motorcycle Planning Office.

The racing event is also in line with HPI’s ONE DREAM campaign, which aims to serve Honda Motorcycles as tools in achieving one’s dream and unite all motorcycle riders through various fun-filled activities.

For more details about 2020 Honda Pilipinas Dream Cup Try Out, Like and Follow HPI’s Honda Philippines, Inc. and Instagram page, @hondaph_mc.

Topics: Honda Philippines Inc. , Honda Pilipinas Dream Cup , Honda CBR150R
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