Friday, June 8, 2018

Frontrow Enters Racing with Formula V1


Frontrow International, a health and wellness, and events company entered the world of automotive racing with their debut at the first round of the Formula V1 race held at the Batangas Racing Circuit.

“We are happy with the outcome of our first outing, wherein we finished a strong second overall in a field of 15 V1 Formula race cars. I am sure we will do better in future racing events,” stated Sam Versoza, President of Front Row International.

Driving the Frontrow-Foilacar Formula V1 race car is veteran racer Don Pastor, who flew into the country just to compete in the Formula V1 Series. “I am surprised at how this car drives. Due to its lightweight construction and suspension set-up, the car performs very well especially on fast corners and straight-line acceleration,” says Pastor. He added: “Competing in the V1 for the Frontrow-Foilacar team is a good off-season practice for me and I would like to thank our team principal Sam Versoza and team manager Lester Codog for giving me the opportunity to race in this series.”

The Formula V1 is organized by Tuason Racing School (TRS) and has its roots in Japan where young hopefuls see competing in the Formula V1 series as a stepping stone to further their racing careers.

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