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24th August 2016, 04:44 AM
Friends in Speed (AG-Systems Junior Squad)

Lead Pilot - Yoshimoto Chinatsu (http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9e/Flag_of_Japan.svg/22px-Flag_of_Japan.svg.png)

Age: 24
Nationality: Japanese

AG-Systems and their Junior Squad were always looking for potential, Japanese pilots for their main sponsor Joy Noodles before they would face financial cuts that could ruin their AG-racing career forever, and with Chiaki Hitomi's performance becoming lackluster, they were in a dire situation and they needed a pilot now. They had found one such pilot with the least number of fanbases but known for her sharp, racing lines in the Nagoya expressway that could turn out to be Friends in Speed's last resort. Yoshimoto Chinatsu was the perfect replacement for Chiaki's shaky career, even with having a low number of fans with her.

While all too familiar with both the JX and the FX leagues, mainly because of her illegal AG-racing activities yet eluded the Nagoya Special Forces with ease and pure elegance, she does express open relations with AG-System's Junior Squad, despite being the oldest at twenty-four. They were relieved and were soon quick to pit her in the AGS-500 craft before their first championship league in the FX200 with their home track Metropia with high-rise skyscraper buildings adorning the track. Though unlike Chiaki herself, the crowd's reactions were mixed and were protesting for AG-Systems to bring their beloved Chiaki Hitomi back in the cockpit, even though her results were obviously poor. And in pale comparison to Chiaki's cheery, upbeat attitude, Yoshimoto's personality is akin to a tomboy, serious and isn't afraid of a little challenge, even when it comes to facing off against other boys and men alike.

Though she has yet to experience different events AG-racing officials can give out, the AG-Systems Junior Squad have high hopes for their newfound pilot for future events once she has given further training procedures for the upcoming FX250 league, considering as she is much experienced enough to be out from the rookies and straight for the veterans.

In a post-race interview in a conference center in Kyoto, Yoshimoto stated that she doesn't need fans to solely depend on the former pilot and that she'll always be loyal to her team and her fellow pilots. Interestingly enough, the Friends in Speed is the first team to include an all-female squad, with the likes of Sandar and Hjørdis (who is currently a Reserve pilot, and their backup), and other male pilots will be clearly taking note of this for the upcoming events.

Second Pilot - Sandar Tun Tun Marlar (https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/8c/Flag_of_Myanmar.svg/23px-Flag_of_Myanmar.svg.png)

Age: 18
Nationality: Burmese/Myanma

Sandar was Friends in Speed's selective pilot while studying as a physician in neo-Yangon, and for good reason too; she also specialized in creating remedies that not even the most highly-advanced technologies can compete. Though quiet and distant, her requirements were enough to meet her flight skills. This was proven evident in her latest practice session for the JX250 Time Trials event, timing barrel rolls with ease albeit with a case of vertigo in which she barely managed to get second. Zone events were considered her main favorite, with Mallavol being her favorite, virtual track, but has yet to get past zone 50 without perfecting her cornering skills.

While she has equal terms to other Assegai pilots, Sandar is very weary of Edward of the Young Cubs due to his overly-aggressive nature, especially after a recent news between both him and Leonel which incited into a physical altercation. As a result, she seldoms Eliminator events in favor for Races, presumably in the Phantom class for her to feel the exhilarating speed. Unsurprisingly enough, she does have accuracy in terms of weapon usage during target practice sessions inside the AG-System's firing range.

There has been question for the flag placement for the AGS-500 craft, whether it be the flag similar to Taiwan, or the usual yellow, light green and red stripes with a white star on the center, according to a recent gossip from the commentators. She refuses to comment on this.

Third (and Reserve) Pilot - Hjørdis Bendtsen (https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9c/Flag_of_Denmark.svg/20px-Flag_of_Denmark.svg.png)

Age: 19
Nationality: Danish

Though merely a reserve pilot until AG-Systems Junior Squad announces a third pilot slot available, it was also revealed to be secretly trained under the supervision of Krystian Atkinson himself, founder of the JX350 league and organizer. This was a major surprise for the current organizer who had chosen a fellow Danish pilot to be trained ahead of time before she was chosen by the Friends in Speed before the league begins. And Hjørdis Bendtsen was the perfect protégé for Krystian himself.

Before she had left for Tokyo, many questions spread like fireflies regarding Hjørdis and her potential future of having her status as a reserve pilot changed into a third pilot for Friends in Speed. But even as the organizer for the JX350 league, Krystian remained secretive until further notice, stating that he doesn't want to ruin the surprise or even let the AG-racing teams know his intentions for the local, Danish pilot and selected her to race for the Japanese team...