ATAT Motorcycle Club dominates the recent Philippine Superbike Championship by bagging nine (9) trophies and winning 3 classes in the race held last Sunday, October 5, 2014 at Clark Subic Freeway.
ATAT MC Racer #26 Lawrence “Big Mac” Macalinao, the youngest among the ATAT racing team, even “made an overlap” by overspeeding the last rider in the lap.
The secret of ATAT Racing Team (ART) lies with their will to win—passion, hard work and determination! JVs Aguila proved this by winning the 1st race by 6 seconds and race 2 was declared a wet race. He crashed on the 2nd lap of race 2 and willed to carry on. The race was red flagged and it was restarted. He finally crossed the finished line in 2nd place, making him the overall champion!
For Marc de Joya, Ducati Philippines General Manager and the ATAT MC former president, the ATAT Motorcycle Club is not just a racing team, but camaraderie and brotherhood which help them in winning every race.
Watching the race live was such a dream come true for me and hearing those racing “vroom vroom” sounds really excites me (that’s why hearing that future back riding experience thing with the champions makes me more excited and really marked me as “MasATAT” lol! )
Cheers to ATAT Lawrence Macalinao – Nationals SBK Novice Champion, Pirelli Cup Open Division 1st runner-up overall, Ducati Cup novice 1st runner-up ATAT Jvs Aguila – Pirelli Cup Open Division overall Champion ATAT Jay Carrion Red Rider – Ducati Cup Champion Intermediate ATAT Myke Torres – Pirelli Cup Class B Champion ATAT Vince Mercado Jvp Mercs – Ducati Cup Open Division 1st runner-up ATAT JC Villanueva – Pirelli Cup Class A, 1st runner-up ATAT Richard Guevara Panlilio- Ducati Cup Intermediate – 2nd runner-up.
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