Tuason Racing School together with Phoenix PULSE concludes the final round of the Race For Frontliners racing series. Ending the series the event was able to get P230,000 through its sponsors, donors, and through the participants. The racing series was originally supposed to have five rounds, however, due to the overwhelming number of registrants, Tuason Racing has decided to cancel the fifth round. The winners from the first to the fourth round of the driving series will also automatically head to the Phoenix PULSE Young Driver’s Program (YDP) semi-finals.
Due to the current and still ongoing health crisis, the FIA Motorsport Games division has decided to cancel the 2020 Games as well. This was initially the prize for the winning e-Racer of the first-ever YDP Esport Games.
Winners of the racing series were treated to great prizes from the organizers and sponsors. The Champion was able to win a total of P150,000 worth of goods including an OMP Full Bucket Seat, Seven Star Garage Sim Rig Frame, Logitech G29, LG Television, and OMP Race Gear. The second-place finisher was able to get a mini sound system from LG as their prize. The third-place finisher was able to get P5,000 worth of Phoenix Fuel Gift Certificates.
Finishing off the racing series with a bang Tuason Racing and Phoenix Petroleum also invited celebrity racers Troy Montero, Aubrey Miles, Motodeal's very own Jinno Rufino, Phoemela Branda, Fabio Ide, and Gaby Dela Merced to join the competition and raise funds for their chosen beneficiary. Each of the celebrity racers also got P10,000 worth of goods from FamilyMart which they will donate to their chosen beneficiary. They also competed in a time trial event against each other with the fastest time getting an additional P40,000 worth of FamilyMart goods to give to their chosen beneficiary.