Petron Powers The Formula 4 South East Asia Championship

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September 26, 2017

Petron Corporation has made a name for itself as a leading player in the Philippine oil industry. The brand has been providing quality fuels and lubricants to Filipino motorists for a number of decades now. Using this as a jump-off point, Petron is about to spread its wings as it becomes the official fuel and lubricant of the Formula 4 South East Asia (F4SEA) Championship.

The F4SEA Championship will be powered by Petron’s finest line of fuels and lubricants, more specifically, Petron Blaze 100 Euro 6 and Petron Racing, respectively. Both these products, as with the rest of the Petron product line, provide better power, better mileage, and better engine protection.

A true 100 octane, Euro 6-compliant fuel, Petron Blaze 100 Euro 6 offers outstanding performance and acceleration, which are critical in high-speed events such as F4SEA. Moreover, the advanced formulation promises efficiency, combustion, and helps reduce harmful engine emissions.

Just like its fuel counterpart, Petron Blaze Racing engine oil contains the cutting-edge Thermal Stress Stabilizing System (TS3) that helps reduce engine stress even under extreme temperatures experienced in competition sports like F4. The fully synthetic oil promises cleaner emissions and better engine protection even under the most demanding engine loads.

And this is exactly what we can expect from the F4SEA Championship series. The 30-race 2017 season will kick off with 6 support races at the Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix in Sepang, Malaysia on September 29 to October 1. This will be followed by races in Clark International Speedway (October 20-22), Sentul, Indonesia (November 24-26), the Asian Le Mans race at the Buriram United International Circuit, Thailand (January 12-14, 2018), and finishing at Sepang on February 9-11, 2018.

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Mr. Gerard Jude Castillo
Gerard has been a self-confessed car nut ever since he was a little boy. As a grown-up, he indulges in his passion by collecting toy cars (which he started since childhood) and reading up on the latest cars out there.  As News Editor, it is his job to deliver the stories about the most recent motoring events in an easy-to-digest manner.