Go Flat Out started as a simple school requirement or project in De La Salle University by a car nut named Isaac Atienza, a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering graduate. Balancing his academic and extra curricular works is his devotion to Go Flat Out. With a vision to one day become a significant automotive culture site in the Philippines, a couple of other car enthusiast friends decided to join in the fun in 2015.

Isaac Atienza: Editor In Chief

With a creative eye in delivering good visuals, unbiased, informative, and creative content, Isaac Atienza is the man behind most of Go Flat Out’s photos, videos, and articles. With a degree in Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering, he also aims to one day be able to contribute to the technical development of the automotive industry in the Philippines.

James Tagle: External Communications

Providing a wealth of manufacturer and distributor contacts is James Tagle. He’ll also be in charge of test drives and will be doing a bit of reviewing and writing when he’s not behind the wheel. Having grown up in a family that’s all about automobiles, he has driven his fair share of performance vehicles, on and off the track. His insights from a performance driving perspective will be invaluable when it comes to reviews and first impressions. James Tagle is also Go Flat Out’s face, the man who’s responsible for Go Flat Out’s VLOG’s

Paulo Bustamante: Marketing

For marketing and promotions, Paulo Bustamante will be at the helm. No stranger to test-drives, he’ll be able to provide us with an everyday look at cars and how they fit in our daily lives, whether as a daily driver, or a toy to be driven on the weekends. Despite this being his first foray into automotive writing, he’s positive and open to learn new things along the way.

John Carlos and Nico Ylanan

Quite busy in their work schedules, Nico Ylanan is a writer for C! Magazine, and with a unique passion for motorbikes and the unique sensation of speed motorbikes can only deliver, we’re glad to welcome him into Go Flat Out. John Carlos, who has his great work experience in handling Petron, the Philippines’ leading oil and gas company, John Carlos’ exposure into automobiles has been second nature. These people have their fair share of race cars and track events, and their skills in driving are always a good thing.