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Andres Calma declared as 2015 Toyota Vios Cup champion

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Text: Martin Aguilar / Photos: Autoindustriya.com | posted December 16, 2015 18:00

Andres Calma finished 29 points ahead of Allan Uy

Andres Calma has been declared as the series champion of the 2015 Toyota Vios Cup season, besting 26 other drivers in the competitive Sporting class.

The final leg, held at the Subic International Airport, proved to be a pivotal round for many contenders with very little points separating them for the title race.

Sporting class

Calma finished with 182 points to clinch this year's championship. He finished 29 points ahead of Allan Uy, who yielded 153 points. Coming in at third is Daniel Miranda, who garnered 136 points, while Estefano Rivera finished with 120. Completing the top five overall finishers is Basti Escalante who yielded 90 points.

During the last leg of this year's Vios Cup, Calma started on pole in Race 1 but dropped four places when he crossed the finish line. Uy emerged as Race 1 winner after overtaking Raymond Ronquillo in the last turn. In Race 2, Calma finished in seventh place which was good enough to clinch the 2015 Vios Cup title. Emerging as winner was Carlos Loinaz of Barako Racing, followed by Allan Uy of Toyota Quezon Avenue and Daniel Miranda in third.

Promotional class

Under the promotional class, Miguel Diaz finished on top with 140 points, followed by Paolo Rodriguez with 136, and Lord Seno with 122. Completing the top five finishers under the promotional class are Miko Maristelo with 96 points and Oscar Suarez with 92.

As a review, Maristelo finished on top in Race 1 during the last leg of the 2015 Vios Cup. Behind him were Seno and Kiko Dysico. In Race 2, Seno bounced back to claim first place while Maristela finished in second and Suarez in third.

Celebrity class

For the celebrity class, Sam YG dominated the pack as he finished 19 points ahead of Phoemela Baranda. After the last leg, Sam YG accumulated 226 points while Baranda had 207 points. Jinno Rufino landed in third with 164 points while Derek Ramsey finished in fourth with 108 points. Completing the top five overall is Joyce Pring with 91 points.