29 starters. 4 safety car periods. 2 DNFs. 176 laps. 737 kilometers. 8 hours of non-stop racing. Statistically that’s how the 2016 edition of the country’s only and longest endurance race, the 8 Hr Philippine Endurance Challenge (PEC), measured up. But motorsports is not just about the numbers.

It’s about passion, speed, thrill, and prestige. The best we can do at Time Attack Manila is to translate these emotions into words and pictures. Although we’re quite good at what we do (Read: Centrum Fuels-GT Radial outclasses 29-car grid in 8Hr Philippine Endurance Challenge), we have talented friends like One Eye Open Productions who can capture this beautifully into digital film.

This is their interpretation of what went down last 4th of November 2016 at the Clark International Speedway (CIS). This is what makes the people who race (and organize) the 8 Hr Philippine Endurance Challenge tick.