2nd Petron Sprint 4T Endurance & Economy Run

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2nd Petron Sprint 4T Endurance & Economy Run Winners, at the awarding ceremonies held on 06 February 2011, at Prince Hotel, Baguio City. In photo are ATPI president Francis Rivera (extreme left), Petron AVP-marketing Ana Neri (2nd from left), Petron lubricants general manager Conrad Rivera (2nd from right), and ATPI director Hubert Soriano (extreme right).

Best fuel efficiency is 67.14-km per liter

2nd Petron Sprint 4T Endurance & Economy Run Winners, at the awarding ceremonies held on 06 February 2011, at Prince Hotel, Baguio City. In photo are ATPI president Francis Rivera (extreme left), Petron AVP-marketing Ana Neri (2nd from left), Petron lubricants general manager Conrad Rivera (2nd from right), and ATPI director Hubert Soriano (extreme right).

With its emphasis on safety and proper adherence to public riding safety rules and regulations, the 2nd Petron Sprint 4T Endurance & Economy Run, held last 05 February 2011, attracted a field of 306 entries in eight classes.

The most fuel-efficient run was registered by Mark Paul San Pascual, who was able to achieve 67.14-km/li in a Honda Dash 110cc, topping a field of 67 riders in Class 1 (100-115cc).

Topping the other classes were:  Class 2 (116-125cc) – Jesusa Ramos in a Honda XRM 125cc, with 57.09-km/li; Class 3 (126-150cc) – Glenn Mora in a Yamaha Sniper 135cc, with 61.57-km/li; Class 4 (151-250cc) – Orland Lim in a Bajaj Rouser 200cc, with 51.76-km/li; Class 5 (251-500cc) – Emmanuel Balmes in a Sym Citycom 300cc, with 32.62-km/li; Class 6 (501-750cc) – Jun Santiago in a BMW 650GS 650cc, with 29.16-km/li; Class 7 (751-999cc) – Baltazar Usis in a BMW F800GS 800cc, with 28.64-km/li; and Class 8 (0ver 1000cc) – Joseph Ching in a BMW R1200RT 1200cc, with 25.83-km/li.

The 2nd Petron Sprint 4T Endurance & Economy Run required competitors to travel a distance of 750-kilometers with the most economical fuel consumption at the most reasonable time.  Taking off from Petron-Diego Silang, the riders proceeded to Valenzuela, Bulacan and took McArthur Highway through the provinces of Pampanga, Bataan, Zambales, Pangasinan, Nueva Ecija, Benguet and Mountain Province.  Nineteen Petron service stations along the route were designated as official filling stations and checkpoints to verify that the participants followed the correct route and prescribed speed.  The final checkpoint was at the Petron service station in Kisad, Baguio City.

Awarding ceremonies were held on 06 February 2011, at the Prince Hotel in Baguio City.  The top 3 finishers for each class received trophies, cash prizes, Certificates of Accomplishment and t-shirt.  The top 10 finishers in each class received a Petron Sprint 4T vest.

Petron Sprint 4T motorcycle oil comes in three variants to meet the different performance requirements of four-stroke motorcycles operating under moderate to severe driving conditions.  These are the top-of-the-line Sprint 4T Enduro for the racing experience; Sprint 4T Rider for riding dependability; and Sprint 4T Extra for reliable performance.

WRU GPS Tracking & Navigation was the event’s official partner for live GPS tracking, and provided large-screen LCD monitors/projectors at the start and finish points.  They also provided live monitoring of the competitors with real-time updates every 3 minutes and public broadcast via the internet on the event website www.sprint4trun.com.