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That’s even better than the figures published during the hatch’s global debut
'PH has lots of competitive race drivers, well-trained marshals'
A big community of race drivers, good race tracks, capable race cars, and well-trained marshals. People usually say that these are what it takes to make motorsports in one country successful. They may be right.But Jean Todt, president of the
An age-old debate
Recently, some of the younger members (myself included) of the Top Gear PH team took part in the first module of the Automobile Association Philippines' Motor Sports Development Program, coached by local racing legend Vip Isada. Among the many lessons that Coach
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Brio owners are going to love this news. The cutest car in the Honda vehicle lineup also happens to be the most fuel-efficient. This is according to a recent fuel economy test conducted by Honda Cars Philippines, which also included several
AAP president thinks so
Urban planners, what say you?Automobile Association Philippines (AAP) agrees with the proposed carpooling scheme, but with a condition. In a statement sent to, AAP says that before the government imposes the carpooling policy on EDSA, it should lift
A good way to start racing
The Automobile Association Philippines has just launched a grassroots-level training program aimed at developing the driving techniques of young drivers interested in improving both their everyday driving and racing skills. But before everyone goes on yapping about how we don't
Our associate editor is now ready to go
Before participants are allowed to compete in the Vios Cup, they have to go through driver training classes facilitated by JP Tuason and his crew of highly skilled racing instructors. This is done so that every driver is on the same page
Not really, says a manufacturer of fuel additives
Last month, Volkswagen\'s Philippine distributor, Automobile Central Enterprise, revealed that it wouldn\'t be selling gasoline-powered models after the German carmaker\'s engineers had tested our fuels and discovered that they contain manganese which \"can be damaging to some engine
Could it also be pork barrel-related?
The torrential downpour and the floods it caused were once again to blame for the horrendous traffic that afflicted Metro Manila last Tuesday. And as you may have noticed then, traffic enforcers were nowhere in sight just when the public needed them
Do you agree with the proposal?
Metropolitan Manila Development Authority traffic discipline chief Francisco Manalo is seeking to increase the fines and penalties imposed upon traffic violators as a means of instilling discipline in repeat offenders.\"The traffic code has been in place since 1964, and I believe
Do you agree?
In the wake of the recession that struck the United States in 2008 and forced the federal government to bail out both General Motors and Chrysler, the colloquially known "Cash for Clunkers" program was pushed to save thousands of jobs and spur
Apparently not
The Supreme Court recently declared that Executive Order 156 issued by then President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo in 2002 is valid, thereby putting an end to the importation of used vehicles in the country.However, while the EO was drafted to "accelerate the
Officials seek ways to improve safety on racetrack
The Automobile Association Philippines (AAP) is mulling stricter guidelines for the country's top drag racing series following an accident involving the country's fastest drag racer in June.Racing champion Jonathan Tiu's tube-chassis Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V broke in
Here are the big winners living on the fast lane<br />
Whose side are you on?<br />
The Automobile Association of the Philippines (AAP) has asked the Supreme Court to permanently stop the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) from implementing the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) project. The AAP said the RFID program should be declared as invalid and
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