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Freeman Cebu Sports

No Care Racing hauls 18 trophies, ends Autocross season in style

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CEBU, Philippines - The big-hearted Team No Care Racing (NCR) drivers made it sure they will end the year with a bang as they harvested 16 trophies jacked up with six championship titles in both the special and regular classes during the fourth and final leg of the 2010 Philippine Autocross Championship Series over the weekend at the picturesque South Road Properties (SRP).

Speed demon Jong King proved once more why he is Team NCR's ace racer as he had five podium finishes spiked with first-place honors in Lifan Car and all-wheel drive categories and third in the novice modified C. King also the registered the fastest time in Lifan Car in one minute and 15 seconds.

King's teammates Dennis Corro and Philip Lim settled for second and third, respectively, in the Lifan Car class.

Team NCR founding member Alan "Big Al" G. Choachuy made his 'swan song' in car racing a memorable one as he topped the novice stock A in style, edging out Kartzone's fastest rider Derek Arculli by just three-tenths of a seconds. Choachuy clocked in 16.61 seconds, while Arculli posted 16.64sec.

"This is my farewell run as I'm taking a leave of absence in autocross scene for the 2011 season. But I will still be actively involved with Team No Care Racing," said the award-winning sportsman Choachuy, who spiced up his thrilling victories with triple runners-up in novice B and C and Starlet class.

Choachuy was using his 2000 Nissan tuned by Dodot of DAJ, who helped his car run faster with the aid of a W.12 Black Box - a gadget that will make all cars save fuel, more mileage per liter and of course run faster with lesser smoke emission, thus, environmental friendly.

Again, Norris See became the surprise package for Team NCR as he ruled the Toyota Auto Club of Cebu (TACC) class plus a third place medal in the Starlet classification ruled by Philip Khan "Lik-Lik" Lim followed by Alan Choachuy.

See's teammate Anthony Kee was second in TACC, while Chiboy Penales came in third.

Not wanting to be outdone, Bobby Pangilinan drove his Toyota GT Turbo Starlet to the fastest time of one minute and nine seconds. He lorded it over in the 4FETE class Philip Lim. Pangilinan also landed at second both in the front-wheel drive and automatic class.

Philip Lim had his fair share of the spotlight as he took home the champion's trophy in the Starlet category, which he beefed up with a third-place showing in the automatic class.

But still, the fastest overall times of the day were recorded by DGL Motorsport's David G. Lim, Sr., his son David Jr. and Mato Tan.

As they look forward to another banner year, Team NCR expressed its profound gratitude to the all-out support of its corporate sponsors that include Dewfoam, Maxxis Tores and Mobil One Lubricants, Dewfoam Motorsports, DURABEND Pipes, Total Oil, Staging Line and Nodalos, ALDO/Onitsuka Service Center, Sunsport, PWESTO Restobar, DAJ Auto Repair Shop, Lifan Cars Cebu, and JT Wheels.

"We would not have made a good run this season without the generosity of our sponsors. We share our accomplishments with them," said Choachuy. (THE FREEMAN)

ALAN CHOACHUY

ANTHONY KEE

AUTO REPAIR SHOP

B AND C AND STARLET

BIG AL

BLACK BOX

CHOACHUY

LIFAN CAR

PHILIP LIM

TEAM NO CARE RACING

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