Independent fuel company Cleanfuel has renewed its partnership with celebrity race car driver Dominic Roque to further compete in Cleanfuel’s line-up of races in this year’s highly-anticipated Formula V1 Series.
The signing of the contract was done at the heels of the second leg of the race series of what is considered to be the highest form of motorsport event locally.
During the signing, Roque expressed gratitude for the continued partnership between him and the country’s leading supplier of eco-friendly fuels.
“I am very thankful for the continued support that Cleanfuel is providing me. Rest assured that I will be doing my best in the coming Formula V1 series,” he said.
Roque will be driving under Cleanfuel-Motul Racing Team. Right now, they are preparing for the next round of the race scheduled on July 20 and 21 at the Clark International Speedway in Pampanga.
Meanwhile, CleanFuel president Bong Suntay expressed his confidence with Roque on the upcoming race.
“We believe that Dominic is a perfect representation of our brand. We share the same beliefs in providing our customers with quality and economical fuel. We hope to further get the message across that we are all in this crusade in providing a greener environment for everyone,” Suntay said.
The chief executive said that they are also elevating the business in strengthening and expanding its service station network, with around 15 stations to be opened this year, which will add to the 55 existing stations within the Luzon region.
“As we expand our business, this is also a perfect time that private car users would identify Cleanfuel not only as an AutoLPG provider, but also as a provider of everyday fuel with high quality Euro 4 Diesel, Clean 91, and Premium 95 octane gasoline, which they use daily on the road,” said Suntay.
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