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7 Photos That Prove AutoPlus Sportzentrium’s Fleet Is A Car Enthusiast’s #GarageGoals

AutoPlus Sportzentrium is owned and operated by a humble businessman named Carlos Gono and its partner, Jun Go. Mr. Gono is responsible for bringing Motul into the Philippines, lubricating and making fast cars go even faster. A humble guy. When you first see him in person, you wouldn’t even know he owns any of these.

Photo from Top Gear Philippines

1. They are famous for the 1100 whp Nissan GT-R (R35). 1100 whp, which means that’s 1100 unapologetic horsepower going through the wheels! 

Photo from fatlace

2. They own some of the world’s most highly sought after cars. One of which is this ultra rare McLaren 675LT VP433 pre-production prototype, carrying the MSO 01 code. Only 5 were made, rarer than the 500 unit run of the production 675LT. 

3. And then there’s this. The Ferrari F12 TDF. One of 799.

4. And you thought the F12 TDF was insane? The F12 Novitec Rosso N-Largo is much more insane, performance-wise. One of only 12 were produced. 

5. Equally insane is the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R. One of the most track-focused Mustangs ever made, and privately imported to the Philippines, as it is not sold locally by Ford Group Philippines.

6. He also owns a Lotus Exige V6 Cup. A hotter, much more unapologetic version of the standard Lotus Exige S. Oh, and his son gets to drive it at Clark Speedway and set lap records.

Photo from Carlos Gono’s Facebook

7. Speaking of his son, his son, Luis Gono, became the youngest champion in the first season of the Toyota Vios Cup in 2014, when he was 15 years old. When I was 15 years old, I used to race too. In Gran Turismo and Forza Motorsports, that is. 

Photo from Inquirer

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