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Phoenix Slalom Invitational goes to Robinsons Calasiao

RACE Motorsports Club is inviting all car enthusiasts to join the first of the 3-leg Phoenix Slalom Invitational, dubbed “Summer Invitational” on Sunday at Robinsons Place Calasiao parking lot in Pangasinan.

Newbies, first timers, car clubs, race drivers, ladies and slalom enthusiasts are invited to join and compete as there will be lots of adrenalin-pumping  slalom racing action. 

Registration will start at 7 a.m. and continue the whole day. 

Practice runs are set at 10 a.m. before the start of the official runs at 11:30 a.m. Entries after 11 a.m. will be given a one-time practice run.

Expected to participate are the different clubs/teams, headed by Team Kuneho, Corolla Auto Club Baguio, Team Makaluma, Team La Union Greenlight,  Wholesome Concepts, Manantan Team, Speedlimits and privateers from Dagupan, Pangasinan, Tarlac and Metro Manila.

The 2017 RACE Motorsports Club Phoenix Slalom Invitational  is powered by Phoenix Premium’98 and Phoenix Accelerate fully synthetic motor oil and co-sponsored by Federal Tyres, Outlast Battery and supported by Starbright Body Kits, Auto Transporter, Robinsons Malls and Robinsons Place Calasiao Pangasinan and media partners Stoplight TV, C! Magazine, Power Wheels Magazine and Auto Car Magazine.

This is the first out of the three legs of the Phoenix Slalom Invitational set for the year. The next two will held on Aug. 20 and Oct. 8. 

All drivers will receive a gallon of Phoenix Accelerate Fully synthetic oil.

There will be free slalom clinic from 9 to 10 a.m. 

For details, call Bing Bang O. Dulce 0917-8119337; e-mail racemotorsportsclub@yahoo.com or like the event’s Facebook page.

Topics: 2017 RACE Motorsports Club Phoenix Slalom Invitational , Robinsons Place Calasiao
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