The drive was divided into two groups; the slower, first-timers joined the first group, and the faster more experienced ones joined the second group. The destination was the Chin Swee Temple Car Park, right below the top of Genting Highlands. The drive up was wet, which resulted in a few incidents along the way. Due to the hazardous road conditions, all participants were reminded to be safe and drive responsibly prior to the drive.
Malaysians are really a creative bunch of people. Judging by the modifications that they have done to their rides. There is truly no limits to what we Malaysians can come out with. Pushing the modification scene to the next level. The passion of each owner is reflected deeply in their rides. The utmost dedication these enthusiasts show is really something admirable.
We spotted a fleet of MyAlza boys gathered at the Sepang International Circuit yesterday. This is in conjuction with their Mega Gathering 2016. With more than 100 cars parked neatly across the Sepang car park, it indeed was a MEGA gathering! Without any delay, we quickly took the opportunity to take some shots. Please enjoy!
Rain was still drooling down my front screen as I made my way down to Maeps Serdang for Car enthusiast night x Hondaday Malaysia. It was about 10pm when I reached carpark 2 and although the grounds were damp and wet, the spirit of all the car enthusiasts who was in attendance was not.