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Cleanfuel participates in Tuason racing school’s Formula V1

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The next step race challenge 2018

From left: Actor/model/racer, Dominic Roque; Cleanfuel president, Atty. Bong Suntay; TRS founder, JP Tuason; Cleanfuel director, Marco Atienza; and young veteran racer, Luis Gono

Cleanfuel, the country’s leading supplier of environment-friendly fuels recently signed an agreement with Tuason Racing School (TRS) to put up a Formula V1 racing team.

Two former Vios Cup Champions—the young veteran racer, Luis Gono and model/actor, Dominic Roque—will compete for Cleanfuel Racing Team in the Formula V1, a new racing series from Tuason Racing School slated from May 12 to 13; August 10 to 11; October 26 to 27; and November 24.

Tuason Racing School (TRS), the same people that run the races for the Vios Cup, is working on this new project. They’ve brought in Formula V1 designed as the ‘next step’ for those who want to go up the motorsports ladder in the Philippines. And if everything goes to plan, it’ll have its own local championship in 2018.

Cleanfuel is one with TRS with their plan to align with all the racing programs in the country to create a unified development with everyone enjoying a mutual gain and to work with them closely to complete their dreams for the racing Filipinos.

For more information about Cleanfuel and its other stations, please call (02) 655-6407;(02) 655-9219 or visit its website at www.cleanfuel.ph.

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