16 March 2009

Race with Raikkonen?

OK it was on last Friday when I browse through Sepang F1 Circuit website, to check out when is the next open track day, cause I plan to bring my new project car to do some test there. But something other than this catch my attention - "Fun Kart With World Class Drivers For Students".It's a kart race at Sepang Go-Kart Track just beside the F1 circuits, only for students from school/university/college. They want 12 schools to form their teams and each team may have up to 10 drivers. With some heats and races, the final 4 winners will get the chance to race on 2nd April Grand Final, together with Formula 1, GP2 and Formula BMW Pacific teams' members and drivers!Sepang Go-Kart Track Layout

The registration is actually over but I manage to contact the person in charge, and get myself and another 4 drivers to represent MMU Melaka to join this race. Our first heat will be on 21st March, hopefully we can get a place in the Grand Final, and hopefully to race along with some great F1 drivers! Wait for my good news on this coming Saturday. Stay Tune~

On Board Camera View

07 March 2009


Have you ever heard about Earth Hour? It’s started in year 2007, one city made a powerful statement about the urgent need for action on global warming. 2.2 million homes and businesses in Sydney Australia, switched off their lights for one hour. They manage to get 10.2% energy consumption reduction, equivalent to taking 48000 cars off the road for that particular hour. Most importantly, they get to raised people’s awareness on global warming, and started to react by making a simple move - turn off the lights at Earth Hour.

This move had caught the attention of many countries around the world, lots of media cover the news report of Earth Hour in Sydney. In year 2008, Earth Hour went global. In 370 cities of 35 countries, 50 million people switching off their lights during Earth Hour. This year, Earth Hour has been transformed into the world’s first global election, Earth vs Global Warming.


WWF are urging the world to VOTE EARTH. With one billion votes of Earth, the results of this election will be presented at the Global Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen 2009, to tell world leaders that we have to take action against global warming in official government policies.

If you still care about your planet which you living in, please join this election and vote for Earth. On Saturday, March 28th 8.30PM - 9.30PM your local time, switching off your lights is a vote for Earth, leaving them on is a vote for Global Warming. I think it is very easy to choose which one you should vote for right? Please sign up yourself in Earth Hour Malaysia website, we have a target of 5 million Malaysian support Earth Hour this year.

Earth Hour Malaysia Official website

Video on Youtube

Earth Hour 2009
28th March
8.30PM ~ 9.30PM