After its season opener was indefinitely postponed at the start of the year, the much-awaited Super Sprint Series is finally ready to kick off its 2019 championship with a new venue. Its organizers are taking their gymkhana-style competition to the Acienda Designer Outlet in Cavite to see who can drive the quickest around a fixed cone course this August 4.
Super Sprint Series is geared towards new drivers who want to get their feet wet in sport driving and racing. With this, the track layout is designed to suit amateurs, yet challenging enough to make the competition exciting. It’ll feature a mix of fast and technical corners, while maintaining a safe and exciting playing field.
Participants may enter any of three (3) main categories: Street, Street Modified, and Super Street.
Street is strictly open to Amateur drivers only. Cars must be stock with tires having no more than 200 treadwear. Street Modified, on the other hand, welcomes experienced participants and allows modified vehicles to compete as long as they are equipped with a full interior. Lastly, Super Street is for more seasoned drivers and may run tires with greater than 140 treadwear.
Each category is then segregated even further into classes, grouped according to the vehicle’s specs or driver skill.
Entry fee is only P800 per class. Competitors must show up with a valid Driver’s License with complete safety gear that includes a helmet, closed to shoes, long pants, and a minimum 3-point seatbelt. Minors are also welcome to join as long as they’re accompanied by a guardian and signs a waiver.
In cooperation with Toyota Manila Bay, the inaugural event of the Super Sprint Series will take place this August 4 at the Acienda Designer Outlet in Cavite. Drivers’ Briefing start at 8:45 AM sharp.
The Super Sprint Series 2019 is sponsored by Toyota Manila Bay, Mang Inasal, FlatOut Race Series, Walter Lights and Sounds, Unstop, Fabrix, EightDecals, Hazardboy, Aguila Auto Glass, Project Vector, EdgeSport, AutoPerformance Ph, CleanShine Master, and BrandAide, with media partners ABS-CBN Sports and Action, Time Attack Manila, 9tro Alliance, C! Magazine, Carbon Media, and Motoring Today.