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Petron supports 2018 FIA Sport Conference in Manila

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AutoIndustriya.com / Petron | May 08, 2018 09:35

2018 FIA Sport Conference to be held in Philippines, first ever held in Asia

From June 4 to 6, the FIA Sport Conference 2018 will be held in Pasig City. This marks the first time that the FIA Sport Conference will be held in Asia. It is being hosted by the Automobile Association Philippines (AAP) and supported by the Department of Tourism (DOT). Meanwhile, Petron Corporation will be the official local fuel and oil sponsor of the event.

The FIA Motor Sport Conference 2018 will run the theme of “Empowering the Future: Unlocking Motor Sport’s Potential”. It is expected to be attended by some 500 international delegates representing all motorsport disciplines. Delegates will discuss subjects that affect motorsport promoters, sponsors, and drivers worldwid, and how to promote the motorsports in new markets and the younger audience.

Leading figures in motorsport, both in Asia and from all over the world, are expected to be in attendance at the event.

As one of the biggest fuel companies in the country, Petron Corporation is honored to support the FIA and AAP in their goal to further strengthen the motorsport industry not just in the country, but internationally as well.

In the Philippines, Petron Corporation is the official fuel of the Toyota Vios Cup 2018, the Flat Out Race Series, King of the Nations, ROK Grand Prix, Palawan Karting, Kalayaan Race, Philippine Loop, Outdoor Challenge of the Philippines, Safe Run, Petron Rally of Champions, and Philippine Motorcycle Racing Championship.

Regionally, Petron Corporation has supported the Formula 4 South East Asia championship, the Rain Forest Challenge Malaysia, X30 Karting Championships, and Asian Karting Championships.

The Federation Internationale de l’Automobile, better known as the FIA, is the governing body of all four-wheel motor sport worldwide. It brings together some 245 national motoring and sporting organizations from 143 countries.