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PACS will let you ‘Track All You Want’ this weekend

Itching for a motorsport experience?

Autocross is a simple and accessible form of motorsports. PHOTO BY JUSTIN YOUNG

The Philippine Autocross Championship Series (PACS) is the country’s fastest-growing grassroots motorsport series that lets anyone—stock or modified—compete against the clock. However, have you ever wanted to try and compete in autocross, but found the entrance fee too high for your wallet and ability? This coming weekend could be your chance to show what you can do, and to learn to improve.

Smoking is legal in these events. PHOTO BY JUSTIN YOUNG

PACS is organizing an autocross clinic at the Accelebrate: Calabarzon Motor Show, titled “Track All You Want.” This program came from the mind of Danny Santiago, the founder of the motorsport campaign who passed away last month, aiming to provide lessons in precision, clean driving in a closed, controlled environment for P1,000.

Since our racetrack selections are few, parking lots and open areas have also been utilized. PHOTO BY JUSTIN YOUNG

The event will happen at the Ayala Malls Solenad parking lot in Nuvali, Santa Rosa, Laguna, on March 10-12. If you are interested (regardless of your vehicle or skill), you are invited to register here. Learn, improve and help rejuvenate the local motorsport scene.

Justin Young

Justin loves cars of all forms. Molded by motoring TV shows and Internet car culture, he sees the world from a different perspective that not many get to see every day.