Tuesday, 18 October 2011 07:59

Go track crazy at the 2011 Outdoor Autofest

Join Kotse.com with Speedlab and Gadgets Magazine as we bring you the biggest track day bash of the year. The 2011 Outdoor Autofest puts together three events into one car-filled weekend. Satisfy your need for speed on October 29 to 30, 2011 at the Clark International Speedway (CIS) with the Ridexhibit, Swapmeet, and Speedlab Grand EB Trackday.
Scheduled right after the 2011 - 2012 Car of the Year Philippines' (COTY-P) Technical Testing and Fuel Efficiency Rating Program (FERP), the 2011 Outdoor Autofest showcases some of the hottest products and best services in the automotive industry. So whether you’re a car aficionado, vintage connoisseur, or a track day enthusiast, we've got them all going in one big event.  
Start your engines on October 30, 2011 for the 2011 Outdoor Autofest's Ridexhibit and Swapmeet. Show off your hottest rides in Ridexhibit, the only car show that brings the most beautiful creations on four wheels to the track, be it the loudest in sound systems, wildest in body kits, or the sport the shiniest paint job. But if you're looking for parts or have some extra that you'd like to sell, roll into the Swapmeet get the best deals for your project.
Exciting giveaways, raffle items, and prizes await early registrants!
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After it was cancelled due to poor weather conditions, Rounds 4 and 5 of the 2011 Lateral Drift Championship has finally been rescheduled on July 23 and 26, 2011. And to pump up the action even higher, 1320 Drag Shootout will hold their 1st Invitational Night Drag Race on Saturday, while a Car Club Meet and Open Track Day will be run alongside Sunday's event.  
The 2011 Lateral Drift Championship is well underway with three different winners coming out on top in this year's first three rounds. As the next top spot is free game for our contenders, Rounds 4 and 5 will surely be another exciting weekend at the Clark International Speedway (CIS) in Pampanga happening this Saturday and Sunday, July 23 and 24, 2011. Turbocharged by PLDT myDSL, plug-in as they turn night into day on track for Round 4 with this year's first-ever “Night Drift” and go hardcore as the “Engine Killer Loop” returns for Round 5. It’s gonna be one heck of a steak-out this weekend at Clark!
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rwyb_2011_1Established by the late Kookie Ramirez in 1998, Run What You Brung (RWYB) paved an avenue for amateur drivers to learn the ropes of auto racing. But when the Subic International Raceway (SIR), the home track of RYWB, closed its doors in 2010 and with Kookie's passing a few months after, we thought that the future of Philippine motorsports disappeared along with them. What we didn't know was that, out of our sights, the Ramirez family has been hard at work to jump start the RWYB series and revive the hopes of aspiring Filipino drivers - all because of the dream of one great man. Join us on June 19, 2011 as Run What You Brung gets back on track at the Clark International Speedway.
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Sunday, 06 March 2011 19:27

The Panamera V6 Sport Driving Experience

PGA Cars Inc. Press Release   
Porsche Philippines headed by Robert Coyiuto III, recently held  a one-day sport driving activity for the Porsche owners and customers at the Clark International Speedway in Pampanga last February 19, 2011.

“This driving program was patterned after Porsche’s very own internationally acclaimed Porsche Road Show event,” reveals  Coyiuto III. He adds, “We are very happy to have our drivers experience first hand from the veterans of circuit racing how to maximize the potential of our cars.” 

Dubbed the Porsche Sport Driving Experience, two Panamera V6 cars were driven by some thirty customers under the professional supervision of the legendary Ramirez racing clan lead by Menchie Ramirez, PGA Cars Motorsports Manager, champion race driver Georges Ramirez and current Philippine Touring Car Championship contender Stefan Ramirez. The participants experienced the Panamera V6 while tackling several exercises on the track designed to highlight it’s features. It gave them the opportunity to exploit the Panamera’s power and handling, as well as highlight its distinctive character of being both a luxury sedan and a true sports car all rolled into one.
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