Results from the Grass Racing Autocross event at KLCC is out at the group mailing list at yahoo grassracingautosports group. Click on the link to join the group. View the entire post for all results.
Class A: Below 1300cc
1st: Andy Kow, 42.35s
2nd: Chan Yau Koon, 42,47s
3rd: Faisal Asri (Ah Fai), 44.03s
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Class B: 1301cc to 1600cc
1st: Julian Pang, 41.28s
2nd: Soo Sing Kuan, 42.25s
3rd: Ho Wai Kok, 42.97s
5th: Mohd. Zulhazmi, 43.44s (Fastest Novice)
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Class C: 1601cc to 1900cc
1st: Julian Pang, 39.13s
2nd: Vernon Chan, 41.87s (Novice 1st)
3rd: Hammad Lai, 43.06
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Class D: 1901cc to 2400cc
1st: Julian Pang, 41.31s
2nd: Yogaretnam, 44.63s
3rd: Damian Goh Ling Fong, 44.72s
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Class E: Open Class
1st: Austin Teng Tu Siang, 39.28s
2nd: Dominic Ang, 40.56s
3rd: Marcus Chye, 40.85s
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Class F: Sports Car Class
1st: Marcus Chye, 38.51s
2nd: Dominic Ang, 39.97s
3rd: Austin Teng Tu Siang, 40.12s
4th: Johnson Tan Soo Lim, 44.88s (Novice 1st)
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K-Car Award – Below 1000cc
1st: Andy Kow, 42.35s (Novice 1st)
2nd: Chan Yau Koon, 42.47s
3rd: Faisal Asri (Ah Fai), 44.03s
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Video from Autocross KLCC, 20th November 2005. This old school Datsun Fairlady Z had made an almost decent last run, until the last 360 whereby the inadvertently spun out. Instead of continuing the run to the last bend, the Fairlady decided to make a few more donuts and hit a cone before gong out in a cheer.
It was unfortunate that I didn’t get his previous run where the car went wild on the course and spun 3-4 donuts knocking everything down and created a smoke so thick it probably caused a few spectator lung cancer. View the rest of the entry to see the video.
Video from Autocross KLCC, 20th November 2005. Mickey’s final run in his Toyota MR2. A very good run as he avoided any burn out this time around, hehe. View the rest of the entry to see the video.
So I ran out of idea on what to have for lunch one day while I was at Isetan, saw this aisle full of Japanese instant noodle and decided to grab one and give it a try. This particular cup of black sauce curry noodle costs me RM4.99, and comes with some real meat (limited amount)
Instruction for “cooking” this cup noodle is same like any other, pour in hot boiling water, and let sit for 3 minutes. Of course, you have to pour the ingredits from the 3 little packs into the cup first. However, don’t ever say you can cook if you did this. Cooking is such a lost art, sighhhhh
simple to prepare, isn’t it?
This cup noodle tasted better than the standard maggie variety, then again, it costs more than twice as much. I don’t know what they meant by black curry, it tasted a little salty, not spicy at all, and the soup base is actually a little more to the thick side. There are little chunks of meat, but barely enough to feed a hamster. Overall it’s not a bad meal, but you do tend to get hungry again in a couple hours time..
I think I might try some other types next time. They sell some that cost more than RM 10 per bowl.. advertised as having real big chunk of meat and all. At least the pictures suggest so, I can’t read Japanese other than Kanji.
Video from Autocross KLCC, 20th November 2005. MK’s with his Toyota MR2 did a very fine run.. until the end. Gave a hell of a scare to everyone, but the heroic attempt did not hurt anyone. Don’t try this on public road! View the rest of the entry for video