Vios Racing Festival resumes at Clark Speedway

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Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) is inviting all racing fans and car enthusiasts to the August leg of its grassroots motorsports series, the Vios Racing Festival. 

At the Clark International Speedway, celebrities, car club members, Toyota owners, and motoring media will push the Toyota Vios. The Toyota GR Supra also marks its return to the Vios Racing Festival race track since its first official Philippine appearance during the previous leg. This time, Toyota’s flagship race model has been designated the official pace car of the one-make race series.

Admission to the event is free, and shuttles will be available to the general public from SM City Clark going to the venue. Side events and activities will also be opened for the enjoyment of groups of friends or families.

The Vios Racing Festival can also be streamed via Toyota’s official Facebook page at facebook.com/ToyotaMotorPhilippines.

Celebrity drivers Gretchen Ho, Chie Filomeno, Fabio Ide, Troy Montero, Aubrey Miles, Daniel Matsunaga, and Gerald Anderson will be competing on the track.

Scores garnered by the racers from the previous leg are being accumulated in order to declare the overall champions by the end of the 2019 season. This applies to both racing formats: the Vios Circuit Championship and the Vios Autocross Challenge.

Here are the winners of the Circuit Championship’s previous leg, held last June:

CIRCUIT
CHAMPIONSHIP
RACE 1RACE 2RACE 3
Sporting
Class
John Dizon
(Toyota
Marilao)
Eggy Ong
(Toyota
San Fernando)
Lord
Seno
(Toyota
Cebu)
Promotional
Class
Francis
Adriano
(Toyota San Jose
Del Monte)
Francis Adriano
(Toyota
San Jose Del Monte)
Julian
Tang
(Toyota Otis)
Celebrity
Class
Daniel
Matsunaga
Troy MonteroTroy
Montero

On the other hand, Inigo Anton and AutoIndustriya’s Jose Altoveros have been the consistent winners of the Autocross Challenge for the Car Club Class and Media Class, respectively.

The Vios Racing Festival is held in cooperation with Bridgestone; alongside official fuel partner Petron; supported by Motul, Rota, and Toyota Racing Development; as well as other sponsors Brembo, Denso, AVT, 3M, OMP, and Tuason Racing.

For the latest Toyota news and information, visit TMP’s official website at www.toyota.com.ph and follow the official Facebook page at www.fb.com/ToyotaMotorPhilippines.

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