Published on February 20th, 2012

Eighty per cent of accidents that have been occurring in Malaysia are caused by human-related factors. This include several actions conducted while driving, such as using the phone, driving too slow, too fast, being unaware of the road condition, unaware of warning signs, spacing out, mechanical errors, and ego. Yes, ego. All these actions share one similarity; a complete disregard »

Published on June 24th, 2009

Praise be, Lotus’ engineers have preserved the naked aggression and spawned what you see here: a track-ready and road-legal 2-Eleven. Ned heads to Norfolk to learn more about Lotus Cars and discovers the most hardcore Elise yet. 72 victories, 88 poles, 63 fastest laps, seven constructors’ championships and six driver’s title – the innovations and the money troubles all are »

Published on June 23rd, 2009

This is one of the latest addition to the side events held during Round 4 Super GT in Sepang International Circuit. It has been a part of the Super GT series in Japan for quite some time and the reception at each circuits are astounding. The debut of the kids’ pit walkabout here at Sepang International Circuit was a blast »

Published on June 23rd, 2009

The eighth round of the GT3 Asia racing series that was held during the Malaysian leg of the Super GT at Sepang turned out to be a hotly contested battle right from the get-go, ending with Sam Yau claiming his second consecutive win of the season. The Team Machine driver gave it his everything as he beat an equally impressive Tunku »

Published on June 19th, 2009

Yesterday at dawn, SIC was all abuzz with hype, excitement and activity as the much awaited GT cars were unloaded from the containers into the open after being sealed in the containers for transport to this part of Asia. With the GT cars now firmly on Malaysian soil, the storm that has been brewing all this while in the form »

Published on June 17th, 2009

You’re just asking for ridicule or adamant on proving you that you live under a rock or in the Vulcan planetary system if you don’t know the continuation of Nissan’s legendary supercar killer in its next incarnation the, CBA-R35, or R35 for short and minus the Skyline moniker, the name’s just GT-R for this tarmac scorcher. Additionally, if you’re a »

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Published on June 14th, 2009

Here’s something that’ll make you two-wheeler fanatics drool with instant pleasure. BMW has just added another fine machine into its superbike’s lineup; the S1000RR. BMW claimed the S1000RR to be the lightest superbike in its category, weighing at 206.5kg in road trim with full tank, with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS). It comes with the best power-to-weight ratio in its class »

Published on May 16th, 2009

Peugeot fired one up for the French at the 2009 Le Mans 24 Hours by capitalizing on its third straight pole position to break the German’s iron grip on the title for the last five years with its first victory. Not content with just winning but destroying the forces of opposition, Peugeot decided to take second place as well and »

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