Monday, May 21, 2018
King of Nations PH Drift Event Heads to Clark This Weekend
The Federal Tyres King of Nations ProSeries, the biggest and most highly anticipated international drifting championship in the world, will hold its Philippine Leg this Friday, May 25 to Sunday, May 27, 2018 at the the Clark International Raceway in Clark, Pampanga.
Dubbed as the King of Nations Philippines 2018 (KONPH2018), the event is organized by BackStage Events and sanctioned by the Automobile Association of the Philippines (AAP). The event will see the best drifters from around the world including the Philippines compete against each other in the last round of the King of Nations Asia ProSeries 2018.
Seeing action in KONPH2018 are Charles Ng of Hong Kong; Daigo Saito of Japan; Keng Ptt of Thailand; Hirohide Tanaka of Japan; Nasser Almutairi of Kuwait; Keiichiro Kadekaru of Japan and Toni “HalfBreeds” Arakaki of Japan who will compete against some of the finest professional Filipino talents including Luis Gono, David Feliciano, Alex Perez, Atoy Llave, Jason Chuachoy, Audel Sison, Alvan Fowlerr, Patrick Ng, Boodie Dabasol, Luis Sayson, John Boban, Norman Wycoco, Mark Bernardo, John Lazaga, Norman Agojo and Ralph Tan.
Expected to dominate the tarmac are Charles Ng from Hong Kong, who is leading the Asia ProSeries, Daigo Saito from Japan, and Keng Ptt from Thailand. They were all in a tight battle in the recent King of Nations Round 3 and King of Asia Round 2, which was held at Pathum Thani in Thailand, while Filipino pride will be bannered by the gutsy 19-year-old Luis Gono, veteran David Feliciano and king of bodykits Atoy Llave.
The organizers have scheduled a competition for local drifting amateurs on Friday, the 25th, while the Pros will see action on Saturday and Sunday, the 26th and 27th. Gates will open at 8:00 a.m. with an admission fee of P 100.00.