The country’s leading independent fuel player, SEAOIL, recently unveiled its list of influential ambassadors at the 2018 Manila International Auto Show. Dubbed the “SEAOIL League of Believers”, it is led by international racing driver Marlon Stockinger; radio DJ, TV host, and race car driver Joyce Pring; and Atoy Llave, founder and owner of the leading car customizer in the Philippines, A-Toy Customs.
Stockinger was the first Filipino to win a formula race in Europe. “As a car racer, the choice of what to use as fuel is vital for vehicle performance. SEAOIL ticks off all the qualities that we look for, from being sourced from advanced refineries abroad, to having STP additives that maximize fuel efficiency. I’m definitely a believer of SEAOIL,” said Stockinger.
Vios Cup winner Joyce Pring is definitely one woman to look out for on the race tracks. “I believe preparation is key to winning any race and I do this by getting my body fit through nutrition and exercise. The other component of course is the car I’m driving, and SEAOIL is the one fuel that I know will get it race-ready,” said Pring.
Atoy Llave has trusted SEAOIL since 2009 and since then has not considered switching brands. “I am very meticulous with my work at A-Toy Customs which I have run for almost two decades. I choose SEAOIL because the fuel quality speaks for itself,” said Llave.
With base fuels imported from advanced refineries in Japan, South Korea, and Singapore, SEAOIL ensures world-class quality for its products. SEAOIL fuels are also monitored and tested at least three times daily at the retail stations for consistency. Powered with STP additives known for superior engine clean-up and keep-clean properties which result in improved performance, SEAOIL sets itself apart from other local brands.
The company is opening eight new stations in Metro Manila, Luzon, and Northern Mindanao in the first half of the year, making its performance-enhancing fuels accessible to more motorists and hopefully gain more believers.