Hello ladies… we’re back!!! Eh wait, there ain’t any ladies out there under the scorching race track (except for GT Queen :P ) Finally I managed to attend another series of the Sepang International Circuit Open Track Day with a few of my friends, and their cars (my Climhazzard ain’t fit for track run, mind you >.> )
The six of us (Kei, Ryo, Zid, Dzul, Khidir, and me) reached there around 2.10pm and the ‘feast’ had just begun. Among all of us, only Kei and me already been here before whereas the rest (including the car owner lol xD ) were their first time here, so no need to mention why Dzul was the first one to open an umbrella on the pitlane and followed by a few more people, until the organizer went ‘red’ upon seeing the umbrellas flopping like a mushroom and screaming out of the mic, telling us to took off the umbrella at once xD
As Kei and Ryo getting restless to get onto the track, we got a Red Light situation. Too bad guys, get your adrenaline in check, and patiently wait for the green light, hahaha =p Anyway, after a few minutes, the green light was signaled, and off we go. By the way, we took turns on who gonna sit on the passenger’s side. We ain’t gonna risk putting the car a lot of deadweight and making the car difficult to handle when approaching corners, mind you.
Well, the day was damn hot. The Shiro Suisei somehow always end up suffered a high oil temperature and need a quick pit stop to cool down the raging engine oil temperature. It even produced smoke when the oil reaching 130 degree Celsius (for God sake). As for me, I’m busy with the task of taking every cars photo that I came across with haha. The rest, too busy enjoying the excitement x)
Actually there were quite a lots of cars that day. It is quite noticeable that there were a lot of first-timers on the track. The main evidences, lots of red light, a few bad accidents, and most importantly, a lot those people don’t understand what it means when a red flag and red light are shown on the track. They just simply ignore it and drove like they own the track >.< The organizer had to stop the race for a while, asked everyone to kill their engine, and gave a lecture >.> Anyway, without wasting any time, a short gallery of what we took that day and a few clips during the run:
After all the adrenalines were pumped and everyone suffers a great deal of dehydration, it was time to head back. Before parting ways, a small pit stop at the Burger King (with an unlimited supply of soft drinks :P ) reminiscing all the experience we had during the whole day on the track. One thing for sure,
We shall be back for more action =p