Articles about Maico Buncio

Does their surname ring a bell?
For a father, it's not easy to say yes to his children who want to race motorbikes when he had already lost a son who shared the same passion. Gregorio "Yoyong" Buncio's son Maico perished after a crash during a
Buncio's death wasn't in vain after all
Nearly five months after champion motorcycle rider and 2011 Golden Wheel Awards' Driver of the Year Maico Buncio passed away due to injuries he sustained from a crash while he was running a qualifying lap for a race, the House Committee on
Japanese rider to represent Philippines in 600cc category
Suzuki Philippines has tapped Japanese rider Yusuke Teshima to be part of Team Suzuki Pilipinas in its bid for the Asia Road Racing Championship (ARRC). Teshima is replacing Maico Buncio, known as the fastest Filipino man on two wheels, who passed away
Expect traffic to be heavy along the motorcade route
Expect traffic in Mandaluyong, Quezon City and Marikina to be heavy tomorrow as over 1,000 motorcycle riders have reportedly signified their intent to join the memorial motorcade for champion motorcycle racer Maico Buncio when he is brought to his final resting
Pure coincidence or fate?
Some "number-crunching" guys have pointed out on Facebook that the dates of the birth and death of the late motorcycling champion Maico Buncio eerily add up to his motorbike number if you sum up the digits. He was born on September
Philippine motorsports community mourns loss
Maico Greg Buncio, Golden Wheel Awards' Driver of the Year for 2011, passed away on May 15 after he crashed at the Clark International Speedway.The accident took place during the UKB qualifier race in Pampanga on May 14,
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