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Another season of the Vios Cup has just come to a close. Like the previous races, leg 4 of the 2016 season had its share of unexpected twists and turns. 

In the celebrity class, actress Jasmine Curtis-Smith made a triumphant return to the racetrack by placing 3rd in the first heat. The top honors for the class went to Brazilian-Japanese Fabio Ide, who took 1st in both races. In the promotional class, Arbie Jacinto won the first race while Kiko Dysico took the second.

Moving up to the sporting class, Sam YG continued his impressive run by placing 2nd in both heats. He took the lead early on in the first race, but a tight overtake saw him lose his spot toward the end. Gerald Loy won top honors in the first sporting class race, with Steve Bicknell taking the second.

The super sporting class, meanwhile, was led by Estefano Rivera. He finished 2nd in race 1 and 1st in race 2. In the first race, he was edged out by Allan Uy.

In all, the 2016 season gave racing fans lots of exciting and memorable moments. Check out the table below for the full results of leg 4, and the photos to get a closer look at the action. 

2016 Toyota Vios Cup  
Leg 4  
CLASS POSITION DRIVER
RACE 1    
Celebrity class     1st place Fabio Ide
2nd place Jinno Rufino
3rd place Jasmine Curtis-Smith
Promotional Class     1st place Arbie Jacinto
2nd place Kiko Dysico
3rd place Oliver Matias
Sporting Class     1st place Gerard Loy
2nd place Sam YG
3rd place Mark Sy
Super Sporting Class     1st place Allan Uy
2nd place Estefano Rivera
3rd place Bryan Co
RACE 2    
Celebrity class 1st place Fabio Ide
2nd place Jinno Rufino
3rd place Jericho Rosales
Promotional Class     1st place Kiko Dysico
2nd place Red Diwa
3rd place Willem Waltheer
Sporting Class     1st place Steve Bicknell
2nd place Sam YG
3rd place Mark Sy
Super Sporting Class     1st place Estefano Rivera
2nd place Daniel Miranda
3rd place Basti Escalante

 



























Jason Tulio
Online Staff Writer
Like most guys, Jason inherited his love for cars from watching his dad talk about and tinker with them while he was growing up. Since then, he has leveled up into the roles of motoring journalist/wannabe mechanic/concerned motorist.
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