MIKE POTENCIANO

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Even before the great show of force from youngster Gabe Tayao and car aficionado Angie Mead King in the Philippine leg of the Formula 4 Southeast Asian Championship, our flag was proudly waved by Filipino racers on the top podium in another prestigious international race event. Our three-time National Slalom…

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(Conclusion) Battles royale Race 4 saw the grid based on the second fastest times of Race 3. This made Cabrera only 5th in the grid even though he won the previous race. With the rains still falling, it would be hard to challenge Martono, Malwalla, Kahia and Gowda ahead of…

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(First of two parts) With the world’s eyes aimed again at our country’s political leader, I am tempted to write about my own opinion on the matter. However, I will leave that for my FB wall and will concentrate on the other batch of Filipinos that are also keeping us…

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You might think that I will be writing about music this week with my column’s title, but sorry it will not happen this time. I know F4 is a popular Korean dance and singing pop group but EURO 5? It is not in the music category and it’s all about…

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I have always been amazed at the story of the Hare vs the Tortoise ever since it was read to me by my parents. I had always thought that the one that finishes first wins all the accolades and prizes. This time, I know why it is much better to…

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Before you all get hyped up and over react thinking that this is a call to rise up, no need to worry as this is not the case. Rally is also what we call our beloved discipline in Motorsport and it is still my first and long lasting love. Rally…

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(Last part) Formula in the wet Our Philippine Team was given as its first station the Formula 4 Driving experience. It would have been great to experience the great G Forces of the formula car in the dry but in the wet, I thought it would be a handful. We…

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(First Part) Have you ever dreamt of something that you would like to do and finally get to do it? What if that vision suddenly came back and you get to do it all over again? That dream would be so huge that you would never forget it forever! I…

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(Second Part) Last week, I recounted how two events early on in my racing career had opened my eyes to the realities of not making it to the top. The good lessons that we learned from the Alcogas fuel and Kart tires’ brouhaha were event organizers should be fair and…

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There is only one winner in racing. That one may be an individual in sprint races or a team of drivers that race in endurance events. The win though is shared with the whole team composed of the support crew, team fans and sponsors, that are sometimes more emotional than…