Can you guess what this acclaimed Filipino race car driver recently added to his garage?
Date posted on June 1, 2020
Mr. Vincent “Enteng” Floirendo is a succesful race car driver both in the local and international circuits.
He was a veteran in karting, saloon car and Asian Formula 3 before claiming a back-to-back Philippine GT Championship titles in 2011 and 2012.
He then focused on the international stage and became the first Filipino to compete in the prestigious 2014 Ferrari Trofeo Challenge Asia where he finished on the podium a few times.
His recent achivement was the first to be crowned as the Audi R8 LMS Cup Challenger Trophy Champion last year in 2019 and finishing 7th overall.
Also a successful businessman from Davao, the gentleman racer has recently added the Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 Factory superbike he acquired from Bikerbox.
The 175 hp Superbike with it 65° V4 engine and the racing frame give the performance that satisfies Mr. Floreindo’s appetite for power to weight ratio.
The Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 also has the same level of state-of-the-art technology similar to those found in his Ferrari and Audi race cars. Its sophisticated electronic management includes advanced dynamic controls package with APRC, cornering ABS, quick shift active even in downshifting, pit limiter and cruise control.
For more information about the Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 or other Aprilia motorcycles, you may contact its Philippine dealers Aprilia Manila (BikerBox), Aprilia Pampanga (Laus Group), and Aprilia Davao (Norminring).
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Photos: Bikerbox, Ferrari, Audi-motorsport
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