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The Vios Cup is once again in full swing. Now in its fourth season, the races got off to a roaring start this past weekend at the Clark International Speedway. The action on the track was just as hot as the summer heat surrounding the cars. 

For the Celebrity Class, Fabio Ide and Dominic Roque went tit-for-tat for first and third places. Ide took the top spot in the first race, while first-timer Roque finished first in the second. Returning driver Jasmine Curtis-Smith kept a steady pace, finishing second in both races.

The Promotional and Sporting classes saw the most changes in podium finishers. The former saw Don Vic Portugal and Evelyn Coseteng finish on top in the first race, while Red Diwa and Roy Bunag took the second. Arbie Jacinto took third in both races. The Sporting Class, meanwhile, had new top finishers in each race: Tonton Ramos, Paul Lomax, and Mark Sy in the first, and Lord Seno, Sean Velasco, and Paul Henderson Perez in the second. 

In the Super Sporting Class, it was young racer Daniel Miranda who impressed on the day, finishing first in both races. Regular podium finisher Allan Uy finished second both times, while Gerard Loy and Andres Calma took a third place finish each. 

See the table below for the full results, and don't forget to watch the upcoming legs of the Vios Cup season four later this year.

 

2017 Toyota Vios Cup  
Leg 1  
CLASS POSITION DRIVER
RACE 1    
Celebrity Class     1st place Fabio Ide
2nd place Jasmine Curtis-Smith
3rd place Dominic Roque
Promotional Class     1st place Don Vic Portugal
2nd place Evelyn Coseteng
3rd place Arbie Jacinto
Sporting Class     1st place Tonton Ramos
2nd place Paul Lomax
3rd place Mark Sy
Super Sporting Class     1st place Daniel Miranda
2nd place Allan Uy
3rd place Gerard Loy
RACE 2    
Celebrity Class 1st place Dominic Roque
2nd place Jasmine Curtis-Smith
3rd place Fabio Ide
Promotional Class     1st place Red Diwa
2nd place Roy Bunag
3rd place Arbie Jacinto
Sporting Class     1st place Lord Seno
2nd place Sean Velasco
3rd place Paul Henderson Perez
Super Sporting Class     1st place Daniel Miranda
2nd place Allan Uy
3rd place Andres Calma

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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