Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Petron Blaze-powered Mazda MX-5 Wins 12-Hour Endurance Race


At the 2019 Petron Kalayaan Cup 12-hour endurance run held at the Clark International Speedway last June 12, Team Race Form Garage 2233, driving a Mazda MX-5 Global Cup Car, emerged as the overall champion.

Powered by Petron Blaze 100 Euro 6, the MX-5 was able to complete 274 laps of the 4.2-km track during the 12-hour run. Team Race Form Garage 2233 is managed by Francis Godinez with Antonio Brias, Don Pastor, Enrique Hormillo, and Jason Choachuy as drivers.

Petron-fuel teams also performed well in other Independence Day race categories. Driving a Honda Civic, Mon Dimapilis, Danby Yaptinchay, Ditrie Villacorta, and Allen Escoto of the Petron Blaze Racing Team won the Class 2 championship with 220 laps. At the same time, Carlo Consumido’s Petron Tora Tora team with Chad Parian, Walter Rillorta, Francis de los Reyes, and Paolo Yaptinchay in a Honda Civic hatchback finished 1st runner-up in the Class 1 category.

Traditionally held during the Philippine Independence Day, the Petron Kalayaan Cup showcases the benefits of Blaze 100 Euro 6, the cleanest, highest-octane gasoline in the country. With its Triaction performance advantage, it offers better engine protection for longer engine life; better mileage for longer drives; and better power.

As the industry leader, Petron is also a major force in Philippine motorsports, providing support for such events as the Toyota Vios Cup, Formula 4 Southeast Asia, Asian Karting Series, IAME Karting, Kalayaan Cup, Rainforest Challenge (Diesel), to name a few.

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