I, together with a handful of members from mitsulancerph and graduates from the first batch of the DPD (Dirt Performance Driving) have participated in the recently concluded RallyEKross event held last August 20th at the ATV area of Enchanted Kingdom in Sta. Rosa, Laguna prefecture.
I, together with two of the motorsports drivers of MLPh (MitsuLancerPh.net) and Club Mitsu were fortunate enough to have participated in a basic rally driving course organized by Ivan Isada of Roadwise/HCLA. Together with Art Guevara and the 10-time National Rally Champion Vip “Coach” Isada, we all got down and dirty with Dirt Performance Driving.
Slalom anyone? What is Slalom anyway?
Slalom is a type of motorsports held in a closed circuit usually 800 meters to 1,200 meters in length. It is a time and maneuverability event that uses pylons and gates to determine the course and each of the participants is timed separately. This event is run on flat grounds or open space using a single track or course for all participants. Each driver burns the track all by himself. The driver with the fastest time wins the event.
For the 4th and final time, MitsuLancerPH, Inc.
revisited the Subic International Raceway
once again to remember its prime moments as the flagship of the 90′s motorsport. As a tribute, the club organized a fun run and track day activity last March 19th to promote racing not in the streets but in controlled environments such as open tracks.