4 Thai champions are determined to fight at the World Cup Grand Prix
As the host, the 4 Thai champions and their teams are preparing their best for the tough competition which will arrive in the next 1 month. They all agree that getting crowned Champion of the King’s Cup is the biggest honor in their life, especially as Thai champions. More importantly, December 5th, the final day of the competition, is also His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej's birthday. Surely, if they win, it will be a great success that they will remember for the rest of their lives as professional racers.

Moreover, using “the World Cup Grand Prix System”, Thailand has to select and send no more than 4 riders to race in all pro categories, which is the same rules as for other nations. It means that no competitors will have more advantage than others. Therefore, the standard is in line with the other international sports standard. Whoever wins the competition will truly deserve his supreme victory.
The four Thai champions include The Rising Star, Veerapong Maneechom from the Flamingo Racing Team is Pro Ski Open and Free Style Champion. Chokuthit Molee Flamingo Racing Team is Pro Sport 800 Modified Champion and he is also qualified as the first runner-up in Runabout 800 cc and 1600 cc classes. Supadet Tansai from Singha-PTT Team is Pro R/A 800 Open Champion. Ekchon Kingchasil from K45 Maxima Team Paw is Pro R/A Open Champion. They are waiting for you to know more about them.