The 4th season of Toyota Vios Cup will kick off on April 29, 2017 at the Clark International Speedway (CIS), Pampanga
Manila – speed-savvy spectators, motorheads and excitement seekers: the Toyota Vios Cup, the popular race in the Philippines, is back. This year’s Toyota Vios Cup is coming right on time to add that extra spice to our post-Easter holiday midsummer.
In case you’re unaware, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has revamped the potential new celebrity drivers this season. Big names such as Fabio Ide and Jasmine Curtis-Smith will be returning to the cockpit. In addition, other emerging stars such as newcomers Gretchen Ho, Ella Cruz, Aubrey Miles and Dominique Roque will be making their motorsport debuts.
The Toyota Vios Cup, the popular race in the Philippines, is back
Furthermore, participants may have the chance to see Japanese Drift King Keiichi Tsuchiya – the legend of racing – burning up a tire or four over the course of a few laps.
Clearly, there is much in store for this year’s Toyota Vios Cup. There are a ton of activities for attendees to enjoy in-between races. Here are some other recreation headlines you cannot afford to miss: racing simulators, kiddie inflatables, a wall climbing setup, and a bungee trampoline among other non-racing attractions. There is really only one way to fully appreciate these interesting activities – and that is by experiencing them yourself, as a participant, avid supporter, or curious spectator.
There are a ton of activities for attendees to enjoy in-between races
Now on its 4th season, it looks like the race series that will feature 72 racers competing for podium honors in a handful of divisions. Last season, Allan Uy was the Super Sporting Class, while Steve Bicknell emerged as Sporting Class champion. The 4th season will kick off on April 29 at the Clark International Speedway. Gates open at 9am. Try immersing yourself in the 2017 Toyota Vios Cup, and help support the amateur racing scene develop in the country.