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Sunday, May 19, 2013

When you think life fails; your car + scenery = Life

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I believe at many points of our life, we will face days that are bad. Be it work stress, college stress, relationship problems, dilemma situations, mid-life crisis or whatsoever. It's just that we think our life are terrible.

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What do you do when all this happen? For me, I'd take a nice joyride down to the beach and enjoy the sunset. Be it silent or with soothing music, it'll make you smile.

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And with the car you adore, love and appreciate; it makes your life a lot better.

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With the right car (as a petrolhead), the right time, the right place and the right moment,

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Your state of mind will change even with the simple type of activity.

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Nothing beats enjoying the sun sets with....

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... your ride and yourself.

Friday, May 17, 2013

Speedhunting in Miri

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The cars driven in Miri, Sarawak is rather interesting when a number of hidden petrolheads and Brunei-ans drive on the streets. Starting of with this Megane RS by Renault, it's a track-ready car ready to be unleashed. However, there's no race-track around except for the popular Lutong drag strip. So I guess the owner could have his/her track feel by doing it on the streets (always practise safe but 'professional' driving on the public roads)

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Then came this widened and clean Toyota MR2 with...

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... a different feel on the rear of the car.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Not something we see everyday in Proton's Service Center

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My car has been brought to the service center to do a free gear oil change. The day was a teeny wee little bit special for the mechs over there as they do not encounter a R3 Neo very often.

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It looks particularly striking when the car was lifted up.