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The spotlight’s on the Swiss-Filipino race car driver as he answers the questions we all want to ask.
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On what’s dubbed as "the most beautiful night in the whole universe," incumbent Miss Universe titleholder Pia Wurtzbach will play a big role in passing on the crown to her successor. Among family, close friends, and thousands of spectators, one dashing Marlon Stockinger will also be present to witness the Miss Universe 2017 pageant take place on January 30.

The new couple was recently just spotted together in public for the first time, after announcing their romantic attachment in October 2016.

The dapper Swiss-Filipino is not unheard of. Marlon has been making waves in the international motoring scene as a professional racecar driver, and one of the best at that. He’s become the first Filipino to race in the F1 arena and he’s constantly out of the country. Yes, he grew up in the Philippines—a fact that he proudly revealed to the Town&Country editors. An obvious fervor for racing emanates from this passionate 25-year-old and we foresee a long, flourishing career ahead of him.

Get to know more about Marlon in our video interview below, where he gets real about relationships and what he’s most grateful for in his life. 

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