Cebuano William John Riley Go rescued the Philippine battle with an impressive triumph in the second leg of the 2019 Asian Karting Open Championships at Kartodromo de Coloane in Macau throughout the end of the week.
With ruling Asian boss Bianca Bustamante making due with second in spite of clearing the starter races in the Formula 125-X30 junior class, the 11-year-old Go ensured the 10-in number Filipino unexpected did not fly home flat broke by garnish the Mini ROK derby.
The youthful karter from Cebu sped to triumph in 12 minutes and 28.513 seconds, enduring the test of China's Ye Ruiheng.
Beginning from shaft, Go copied his triumph in May's opening shot leg in Beijing.
The 14-year-old Bustamante stuck around for her opportunity behind Chinese pioneer Anderson Ke until the last two laps when she assaulted alongside Hong Kong's Gerrard Lam Xie-wing. The Hong Kong karter in the long run managed the race.