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ALEX RENDELL HITS AN EXCElLENT RECORD before embarking ON THE Shell FuelSave Celebrity driving challenge Asia
in The Philippines

The Shell Company of Thailand, led by Mr. Grant McGregor, Executive Director-Retail Business, recently kicked off the “Shell FuelSave Celebrity Driving Challenge” campaign at the Shell Vibhavadi-Rangsit station where Alex Rendell, the well-known celebrity, took up the Challenge to drive a round trip route from Bangkok-Ayutthaya-Angthong the country using the least Shell FuelSave fuel possible along the way.
Teams of engineering students from Dhurakij Pundit University who has achieved 3 years, ethanol prototype championship in a row, Don Muang Technical College who achieved 711 km/kWh in 2012 from their battery electric prototype, beating a well-known Singapore University, Ayutthaya Technology Commercial College who is expected to win its innovative design as well as distance and King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang who will be competing for the first time at regional level. These student teams who will be soon competing in Shell Eco-marathon Asia in Manila, the Philippines, shared their fuel efficiency skills with the well-known actor during the 2 day challenge to drive the furthest using as little Shell FuelSave Gasohol 95 as possible.

Alex achieved excellent results in the Challenge. He achieved an average fuel efficiency of 18.98 km/l, far surpassing the manufacturer’s rating of 15.8 km/l. Through this challenge, Alex Rendell demonstrated how using the right fuel and driving more efficiently can help to manage motoring costs and improve the fuel economy of road cars today.

Alex Rendell will also be joining three other top celebrities from Malaysia, the Philippines, and Singapore, on 7 February 2014 at Shell Eco-marathon Asia in Manila. The celebrities will compete in a challenge that will see them put Shell FuelSave fuels and their new-found fuel efficiency skills to the test to see which celebrity can go the furthest in an ultra energy efficient vehicle designed by the students.

The Shell Company of Thailand led by Mr. Grant McGregor, Executive Director-Retail Business, recently kicked off the  “Shell FuelSave Celebrity Driving Challenge” campaign at the Shell Vibhavadi-Rangsit station with well-known actor Alex Rendell as the participating celebrity in the Challenge.

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