We’ve enabled Mostafa Salameh’s dream and ambition to become the first Jordanian and 1 in approximately 30 people in the world to have completed climbing the “7 Summits”, (the highest mountain on each continent), as well as skiing both the North and South Poles.
Mostafa Salameh is living proof that there is no such thing as an impossible dream. The son of a truck driver with 9 siblings, he was a waiter that had an unexpected dream one night, that he climbed Mount Everest. His friends and family thought he was joking when he announced that indeed, this is what he will do.
Preparing for this challenging and completing it needs a lot of training, specialized equipments and guidance from experts, and comes with a high cost. This is where our faith in his quest to serve as a motivational role model inspiring youth, and supporting the fight against cancer, would enable Mostafa to become 1 in 30 in the world to complete climbing the “7 summits”.
Mostafa Salameh – North Pole visit
Here are some photos from Mostafa Salameh on his trip to the North Pole. Mostafa Salameh is one of our brand ambassadors and is sponsored by CTA on his mission to complete “The 8 Summits Challenge!”
Toyota Corolla-World’s Most Popular Car Hits 1.22 Million Global Sales in 2013
Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) today announced that global sales of the Corolla, the world’s most popular car, has reached 1.22 million units in 2013 according to the company’s internal data based on individual vehicle sales reporting from its distributors. The 5 per cent year-over-year increase confirms the Corolla’s […]
Toyota Racing Continues Amazing Run with 1stPlace Finish at Spa-Francorchamps
Toyota Racing continued its winning start to the FIA World Endurance Championship season with victory in a tense second race of 2014 at the Six Hours of Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium. Anthony Davidson, Nicolas Lapierre and Sébastien Buemi won the race to extend their lead in the Drivers’ World Championship and record a third consecutive win for the #8. Toyota Racing made the short journey to the Ardennes forest this weekend to end the second round in the lead at the 2014 World Championship, after starting the season with victory and its first-ever one-two finish at the Six Hours of Silverstone onApril 20.
Toyota Racing also extended its advantage in the Manufacturers’ World Championship with the #7 TS040 Hybrid of Alex Wurz, Stéphane Sarrazin and Kazuki Nakajima finishing third after an exciting race.
According to Nobuyuki Negishi, Chief Representative, Middle East and North Africa Representative Office, TOYOTA Motor Corporation, “I am very pleased to see yet another first place finish for Toyota Racing at Spa-Francorchamps in just the second race of the season. This result is a great endorsement of the performance of the new TS040 Hybrid car and the racing credentials of our amazing drivers. I look forward to the rest of the championship as we continue our successful run to make 2014 a truly unforgettable season for Toyota Racing.”
On this occasion, Yoshiaki Kinoshita, Team President said: “I am proud of the whole team for our effort today. To see Toyota Racing leading the Manufacturers’ World Championship is very satisfying and it gives us big motivation for the challenge ahead at Le Mans. It was nice to see such a big crowd today and I think we gave them an entertaining race. Now we have a demanding period ahead as we prepare for Le Mans. As we have seen many times, Le Mans is a unique race and many things can happen. We will be working flat out to get ready and give ourselves the best possible chance.”
TOYOTA IS MAKING A 30-YEAR-OLD LANDCRUISER NEW AGAIN
This re-released Land Cruiser 70 has a newer V6 engine, a five-speed manual, “30 years of improvements” to make its frame more rigid, and a revised interior that helps it meet all the modern safety requirements.
We’re making a 30-year-old vehicle as a sort of homage to itself. It’s got a more modern engine now, with a four liter V6 that puts out 228 hp, and it has minor visual differences (most notably around the headlights,) but structurally it’s the same vehicle that you could’ve bought in the 1980s.
Toyota Racing Maintains Unbeaten Home Record with a Dominant First & Second Place finish in Six Hours of Fuji Race
Toyota regains lead of the manufacturers’ World Championship
October 15 , 2014 – TOYOTA Racing maintained its unbeaten record on home ground with a dominant one-two victory in the Six Hours of Fuji race which […]