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Total Excellium powers up the 2017 Toyota Vios Cup

Total Excellium powers up the 2017 Toyota Vios Cup

TOTAL Excellium helped drivers bring to life the spirit of Waku-Doki  (“heart racing fun” in Japanese) at the first leg of  the Toyota Vios Cup. Held at Clark International Speedway in Pampanga, the weekend races  kicked off the exciting season.

Sixty nine participants, including return celebrity drivers Jasmine Curtis-Smith and Fabio Ide, came to test their skills and beat their times on the track. Joining the roster of seasoned drivers were first timers Aubrey Miles, Gretchen Ho, Ella Cruz, and Dominic Roque.

This year, all participants felt the thrill of the new challenge as TOTAL Excellium and Toyota promised to deliver a more exciting season as part of  Toyota’s global motorsports activites. Now officially being under Toyota Gazoo Racing (TGR), Toyota’s special motorsports division, the Vios Cup raised the stakes, with TOTAL Excellium also rising to the occasion, elevating the drivers’ experience with its expertise and renowned flagship fuel, TOTAL Excellium.

Takao Arai, Toyota Vios Vice President, Marketing Division, Mike Esquivel TOTAL Excellium Assistant Vice President, Jasmin Curtis Smith TOTAL Excellium High Performance Racer Awardee?, Kenneth Ocampo TOTAL Excellium Marketing Officer, Keiichi Tsuchiya Drift King
Takao Arai, Toyota Vios Vice President, Marketing Division, Mike Esquivel TOTAL Excellium Assistant Vice President, ?Dominic Roque TOTAL Excellium High Performance Racer Awardee?, Kenneth Ocampo TOTAL Excellium Marketing Officer, Keiichi Tsuchiya Drift King

Proven to ensure smoother performance on the road and track, TOTAL Excellium is the most suitable fuel for races as it primes the vehicle and protects the engine during these intense drives.

At the races, drivers experienced first hand the powerful performance of TOTAL Excellium.

In the Celebrity Class Round 1 Race, Fabio Ide enjoyed a smooth finish at the No.1 spot, followed by Jasmine Curtis Smith (Second Place) and Dominic Roque (Third Place). In Round 2, the spots were turned as Roque finished first, followed by Smith (Second Place) and Ide (Third Place).

In the ROTA Promotional Class Division Race 1, Don Vic Portugal came in first, followed by Evelyn Coseteng (Second Place) and Arbie Jacinto (Third). In Round 2, Jacinto secured a finish again at Third Place, after Roy Bunag (Second Place) and Red Diwa (First Place).

In the Bridgestone Sporting Class Division, Tonton Ramos snagged the top spot in Race 1, followed by Paul Lomax (Second Place) and Mark Sy (Third Place). In Round 2, Lord Seno (First Place) was followed by Sean Velasco and Paul Henderson Perez, respectively.

Daniel Miranda dominated the TOTAL Excellium Super Sporting Class Divsion Round 1,while Allan Uy came to a close second along with Gerard Loy (Third Place). In Round 2, Miranda continued to hold on to the top spot, along with Uy (Second Place) and Andres Calma (Third Place).

With TOTAL Excellium, discover your unique advantage on the track , and perform to your utmost best. The next leg of the Vios Cup will be held on June 10-11, 2017 at Clark, Pampanga.

For the more information about TOTAL Excellium and the TOYOTA VIOS CUP, visit your nearest TOTAL station or log on to the official website, www.total.com.ph, and official Facebook page of TOTAL Phils: TotalinthePhilippines.

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