Dominic Roque is back for another year in the Giti-Formula V1 Challenge after Cleanfuel renewed their partnership for the 2019 season. The celebrity driver will again be competing in the green-and-white liveried #24 car under Cleanfuel-Motul Racing Team.
Together, Roque and the country’s leading independent fuel company have committed to all 3 events in this year’s calendar. It kicked off last May 18/19 where he scored 2x top 10 finishes at the Batangas Racing Circuit (BRC). They’ll then head to the Clark International Speedway (CIS) for the remaining 2 rounds in July 20/21 and October 19/20.
“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,” Roque said.
Meanwhile, Cleanfuel president Bong Suntay expressed his confidence with Roque for the 2019 season.
“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,” he said.
Aside from motorsports, Cleanfuel is also strengthening and expanding its network with around 15 new service stations expected to be opened this year. This adds to the 55 existing Cleanfuel stations in Luzon.
“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,” he added.
Cleanfuel-Motul Racing Team also runs a second entry driven by Japanese driver Ryo Yamada.
[Photos courtesy of Cleanfuel and twitter.com/domdomroque)