Batangas Racing Circuit, Rosario Batangas will be the stage of one of the biggest gathering of motorsports enthusiasts for 2013.  Set on September 28-29, 2013 and now on its 3rd year, the Tuason Racing School Raceday has become bigger and better with the inclusion of the Philippine Touring Car Championship (PTCC) as one of the races to head line the event.  The PTCC, which is organized, by the AAP and the Philippine Race Car Drivers Inc (PRCDI), is expecting more than 20 cars to compete in both 100 and 200 class. 


Tuason Racing School (TRS) is now provided comfortable and fashionable sports apparel by Puma Philippines. Last month, Puma Philippines Marketing Director Thessa Santos signed a one-year contract with TRS Founder and President JP Tuason to support the growth of Philippine motorsports. 


As Tuason Racing School continues to be the longest-running and the sole local professional racing school for 15 years, they brought back the TRS Raceday which had its successful kick-off last September 28-29, 2013 at the Batangas Racing Circuit. Over 200 cars and thousands of spectators gathered to witness one of the biggest gathering of motorsports enthusiasts presented by Bridgestone, Standard Insurance, PUMA, Coke Zero, Acer, OMP, C!Magazine, Oakley, Aguila Auto Glass, Go Pro, Lifeline Ambulance, Wurth, Karate Kid, Toptul, Elig, Bellevue, Rota, Brembo and Has Travel. 


Bjorn Ongtiaobok delivered a prolific stint that steered Tuason Racing-Standard Insurance Team to a big start in the kickoff of the 2013 Philippine Touring Car Championships at the Batangas Racing Circuit. The series was part of the race events lined up in the recently-concluded TRS Raceday last September 28-29, 2013 presented by BMW, Bridgestone, Coke Zero, PUMA, OMP, C! Magazine, Aguila Auto Glass, Acer, Oakley, Toptul, Bellevue, Karate Kid, Speedlab, Brembo and Go Pro.