Yamaha GP 2011
Sanctioned by the
National Motorcycle Sports & Safety Association (NAMSSA)

Leg Information

The second leg of Yamaha GP was conducted at SM City Davao on June 05, 2011.

The races were conducted in the following order:

  1. 135cc Superstock (135SS)
  2. Club Race
  3. 115cc Sports Production (115SP)
  4. 115cc Superstock (115SS)
  5. Automatic Superstock (ATSS)

Race Report

Galleries and Teams

Individual racers and teams from SM CIty, Davao and other nearby provinces, as well as onlookers, joined the Yamaha GP Davao. Five types of races were conducted, including an exclusive Club race.

Other highlights

Yamaha GP doesn't only feature races in different catagories, but also cool stuff for motorcycle enthusiasts.

Yamaha motorcycle owners can register for Yamaha Club on an exclusive booth. Along with it are exhibits of different Yamaha motorcycles available in the market. Cool sets of Yamaha apparel are available for everyone. We also have a number of sponsors showcasing their race-quality products.

The heat

135cc Superstock (135SS)

The 135cc Superstock (135SS) is the first heat in Yamaha GP Davao. The 135SS pits racers with their lightly modified liquid-cooled, 135cc Yamaha Snipers against each other.

The following emerged victorious in the said category:

  1. Sherwin Descallar
  2. Joey Rojo
  3. Lito Labajo

Club Races

Club Races pit club members of the Interclub Race against one another. This club in particular raced with their assorment of Yamaha automatic motorcycles.

The following emerged victorious in the said category:

  1. Renato Violan
  2. John Michael Basoc
  3. Jerson Historia

115cc Sports Production (115SP)

The 115SP pits racers with a variety of modified 115cc Yamaha motorcycles against each other.

The following emerged victorious in the said category:

  1. Ernie Dagio Jr.
  2. Chris Karlou Samoga
  3. Vingie Coloma

115cc Superstock (115SS)

The 115SS pits racers with a variety of lightly modified 115cc Yamaha motorcycles against each other.

The following emerged victorious in the said category:

  1. Clifford Bacus
  2. Vingie Coloma
  3. Chris Karlou Samoga

Automatic Superstock (ATSS)

The ATSS pits racers with a variety of lightly modified Yamaha automatic motorcycles against each other.

The following emerged victorious in the said category:

  1. Clifford Bacus
  2. Dennis Jeno
  3. Rheyniel Lozada

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