4th Auto Review Run – September 25, 2010

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Auto Review, one of the longest-running motoring shows on Philippine television will stage its 4th Auto Review Run for Road Safety and Courtesy on September 25 at he Fort in Taguig City.

Auto Review a Philippine motoring show is organizing a fun run dubbed the 4th Auto Review for Road Safety and Courtesy on September 25, 2010 at the Fort.

The registration period for the Auto Review Run 2010 is from August 20-September 23.

4th Auto Review Run
September 25, 2010
The Fort Bonifacio Global City
3K/5K/10K

This event will be featuring Glow in the Dark Singlets

Registration fee is 450 Php for all 3/5/10K race categories. Registration period is from August 20-September 23.

Registration Areas:

No. 5 Agusan St.
Sta. Mesa Heights
Quezon City

R.O.X
Bonifacion High St,
Taguig City.

Runnr
Bonifacion High St,
Taguig City.

For inquiries, contact 742-0283, 742-3091 and 09088633114 or email autoreview10krun@gmail.com.

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25 COMMENTS

  1. paolamiranda Says:
    September 20th, 2010 at 6:29 am
    how do we claim the singlets?

    hi. you claim the singlet where you registered for the race. my friend and i registered at r.o.x. in fort. we got our singlets yesterday. better to call first. the people that release them arrive mid afternoon. you have to bring your race copy to be able to claim the item.

  2. worst than the Figaro Run!!! wlang giveaways, wlang photobooth, wlang kwenta!

    8am pa lang, wala ng tao sa area…eh 7-11am pa naman ang program… di na ako sasali sa 5th nila, unless may pagbabago.

    excited for the Adidas Run!

  3. Ayos naman yung race. I personally don't rate a fun run based on the giveaways or freebies. In fact, I normally leave the event almost immediately after the run. For me, the Autoreview run was ok. There were sufficient marshals and water stations. And most importantly, the distance was pretty accurate (unlike the Figaro run where the 10km course turned out to be just 8.4kms). Some of my gripes would be that some portions of the race course were not completely closed to traffic. In one instance, there were jeeps overtaking us along the course. The race also didn't start on time. Lastly, there appeared to be no timing system in place except for the part where they collected the stubs from the bib. Seems like nobody was taking note of the times of each racer.

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