Monday, December 28, 2009
I've just watched Day After Tomorrow and 2012 in succession. I know, I'm REALLY slow to catch all these movies and I'd just found time after completing the Northern Touge Race Day and before starting to plan for the next event.
It's kinda sad to think that it'll all end with nature taking its toll after all humanity has been draining nature's resources at an extremely alarming rate of consumption. These events mentioned in the movies are somewhat affable if not grim to ponder, but do you think that we'll one day face extinction and will all of humanity's knowledge and technology be able to save us from the impending doom that will be cast upon us?
Or will we be claimed by the Dark Lord, no... not Voldemort, Beelzebub! From a religious standpoint, and from Arnold's (The Governator) movie End of Days, the Lord of Darkness himself will rise and wreak havoc on earth and all humanity for the sins we've committed.
How do you think it'll all end and what do you think we'll be able to do about it? Will we be claimed by nature in a torrent of molten rock and a wall of oceans bearing down on civilisation or will Beelzebub himself be summoned to (literally) raise hell on humanity?
What do you think?
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Champion - Robert Loke
1st Runner Up - Sunny
2nd Runner Up - Sham
Champion - Nasir
1st Runner Up - Robert Loke
2nd Runner Up - Sunny
Champion - Nazrul
1st Runner Up - AK
2nd Runner Up - Nasir
Champion - Lee Chin Hooi
1st Runner Up - Bob
2nd Runner Up - Nazrul
Champion - Lee Chin Hooi
1st Runner Up - Yam Keng Yin
2nd Runner Up - Suhimi
Monday, December 7, 2009
My heartfelt gratitude to all sponsors for your support and enthusiasm. I would personally like to thank Northern Garage, Ultrex, Hyperlube and especially Federal Tyres for being there with their crew along with loads of displays, and their offer of the 595 RS-R series for all racers at the event.
Evidently, tyres are the best bang for buck handling improvement one can purchase! As shown with our RS-R shodden champs in multiple categories.
Thank you again to everyone that has attended our last event this year and we'll see you next year at the tracks!!!
Update (7/12/09): Pics can be seen at VictorGR's blog.
Update (10/12/09): Pics from our official photog can be found on his blog linked here.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
1) 13 Spots left (20-Nov-09)
2) 11 Spots left (23-Nov-09)
3) 10 Spots left (25-Nov-09)
4) 9 Spots left (27-Nov-09)
5) 7 Spots left (30-Nov-09)
6) 5 Spots left (02-Dec-09)
7) CLOSED~!!! (05-Dec-09)
Rewards: Champion – RM150 cash prize; 1st Runner Up – RM100 cash prize; 2nd Runner Up – RM50 cash prize;
Each participant is allowed to race in their own category & the following 1 class upper. (e.g. cars that qualify to race in the 1300cc category are also allowed a second race in the 1500cc category only).
All participants are required to reach the track by 9.00a.m. sharp for briefing and practice runs.
NorthernTouge T-shirt is available for sale at RM30 per pc. We'd be grateful for early orders, before the 15th of October, if you’re interested in allocating one of these limited NorthernTouge T-shirts for yourself, your spouse, or your grandma!
Our Sponsors Include:
20) Azhar (Wira 1.8 PDP 3389)
21) Mohd. Faizal (Wira 1.5 PEQ 7596)
22) Muhammad Khairul (Waja 1.6 PGM 2983)
23) Ezwan (Iswara 1.3 PEW 8108)
24) Nizar (Kancil L2 IFB 45)
25) Muhammad Syahrul (Satria 1.6 PDD 7115)
26) Adi Azman (Wira 1.6 WFM 3595)
27) Shahril (Kancil L2 WFL 3415)
28) William (Wira 1.8 PCN 9762)
43) Jan (Saga 1.5 JCJ 5746)
Monday, November 23, 2009
The 595 RSR series 205/50/15 tires will be selling at ONLY RM300.00 each... What a steal... and it's only at Chian Soon, Bukit Jambul!
Orders will have to be placed ASAP as delivery of the tires will take a week or more. Cheers all!
Friday, November 20, 2009
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Shifting on vodka whilst "sailing" his Jetta???
Directional air conditioning vents!
Friday, November 6, 2009
Seeing the thermo inefficiency of rubber as an OEM (it cracks.. *shock*), we've stocked up on loads of silicone products from hoses, elbows, pipes, you name it... Full range of Ultrex brake pads from OEM replacements right up to racing 800deg. resistant pads. Aluminium heat exchangers (radiators and oil coolers) and racing harnesses. We also carry the entire range of Triniti clutches and Hyperlube as well as Idemitsu engine oils.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Event: Northern Touge BBQ Gathering
Location: Hyper Racing
Date: 6/11/09 (This Friday la!)
Time: 8.00p.m. onwards
Cheers and see y'all there!
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Silver was done up nice and pretty by Tommax Stickers (thanks a bunch Tommy)
Daniel (Civic turbo) had come up with the banners and setup the shop for the evening's festivities.
Much thanks to all the flowers, thoughts and all!
It was also Mark's birthday that day so Daniel and Ewejin got him a birthday cake to which everyone belted out the birthday song, ever so loudly, to a bashful and blushing Mark.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Store frontage bare and barren... But with Daniel's help (Civic turbo)....
We are proud to bring you Hyper Racing's frontage-with-some-signage.. And loads of cleaning done, of course.. Proper hygiene and all. See how much we love ya? The work area is spacious enough to fit two full length sedans.
With an innovative exhaust collector to rid us of spent hydrocarbons.
Come be a part of this new chapter in the Northern Touge “tengoku”!
Launch and dinner : 14 October 2009
Venue : Sunway Tunas, Bayan Lepas, Penang
Time : “7.00”p.m. till you itch for a touge session!
Hyper Racing direct line : 010-3043902
Christopher aka Fer Fer : 016-4772663
Leng aka Dragon70 : 016-4430016
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Bank Negara Malaysia will NEVER request for personal banking information through SMS or telephone calls.Based on recent complaints received by Bank Negara Malaysia , there has been an increase in incidents of fraudsters making such calls and sending SMS to unknowing members of the public in order to fraudulently obtain their personal banking information, with the aim of siphoning monies from one's account.
From Bank Negara Malaysia 's investigations, the modus operandi of the scam is as follows:
Victim receives SMS or telephone call: Requesting victim to confirm a credit card transaction for the purchase of goods or services purportedly charged to the victim's credit card.When victim calls the telephone number provided in the SMS, the fraudsters identify themselves as agents of a commercial bank, and again, ask the victim to confirm whether the credit card transaction had taken place.
When victim informs the fraudster that he has no such credit card or transaction, the fraudster will start to sound concerned and will advise victim to lodge a report with Bank Negara Malaysia 's "Unit Kad Kredit Palsu", or with the commercial bank's "credit card management department".
The fraudster will provide the victim with the telephone number for the "Unit Kad Kredit Palsu".When victim calls the telephone number provided, they are greeted by a automated voice message which identifies the company as Bank Negara Malaysia, and the call will then be answered by someone claiming to be a Bank Negara Malaysia officer.
This officer will request for information relating to the victim's banking and credit card accounts under the pretense of lodging a complaint on behalf of the victim.
The fraudsters now have sufficient information to illegally transfer funds out of the victim's bank account.
Members of the public are reminded not to disclose their personal banking information to any unknown party without verification.
For further information, enquiries or complaints, members of the public may contact or visit:
BNMTELELINK (Customer Contact Centre)
Fax: (03)2174 1515
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
The Chinese 7th month is a busy month for us with all the prayers everywhere and temples to visit. It's blitzes past kinda like after having absinthe... It's just as blurry and hallucinetic.
Secondly, I'd like to thank my "brother from another mother", Ben, for the excellent bottle of Absinthe from Ukraine!
Let me take you back to the start of the 7th month... We started off with prayers in the office, as usual, for the first day, fifteenth day and the last day of the Chinese 7th month. As we were waiting for a couple of fellas to arrive, we thought it'd be fun to fool around with the new RM50.00 bill.
The prayers going on and Silver's sound system was used as a makeshift "ko tai" playing Hokkien songs all evening.
Our Manager chopping up some roast pork for us, which I eventually took over the job... Since all the best bits go to the one chopping. Hehe..
Then back home to have prayers at home to honor and thank our ancestors, kinda like thanksgiving, in a morbid way.Our family heirlooms of beautifully handcrafted batik porcelain.
Fast forward a couple of days.. My girl worked up some courage and modelled for a hair show, organized by Penang Hairdressers Society (or something like that :P). The Northern Touge group was there for support and it was a PRETTY fun event for us save for a couple of guys that kinda look like "not guys". *Hehehe*
"Pai seh" for the lousy pic, I was seated wa-a-a-a-a-y back, and you can see the crowd that was present! Dang!!!
After that loud and deafening event, I decided to spend a serene weekend away from it all. I went home to my parents' place for a couple of relaxed and zen days. But a BBQ was inevitable as everyone was around this weekend. So we gathered at granny's and had a fiesta.
KL Unc's excellent Angel Hair Alia Oglio.
Big Aunt's zingy Tater'N'Egg salad
Rear end raucuous, check out those pipes placement!
So I sped off to RPM, I can't live without air-conditioning (not in Penang anyway), to find that everyone was there as well. I spent a lazy afternoon at RPM only to diagnose that it was just a loose wire. Phew!
Soon was fixing some leaks and Daniel helped Soon clean up his engine bay. Daniel couldn't stand the sight of a dirt encrusted bay.
Ewe Jin was just hanging and doing some DIY on his new toy....
Which he damaged by disconnecting the air gun without holding on to it.. Hahaha... Er.. Oops, I mean... Aww.... *sad*
Finally, we had a peaceful, and thankfully, uneventful sunday relaxed and just plain chillin' at Kiong Lee's
It has been an exquisitely long post this time around and I'd just like to close by sharing with you, my dear readers, what I found at Prangin Mall a couple of months back.
A donut stand called Bloggers! How cool is that?