Monday, February 25, 2008

Supercar for Charity Drive

Woohooo!!! Sepang yesterday (24 Feb 08) was rocking!! I'd say around 11 various Porsches, 9 Ferraris, 3 Lamborghinis, 2 Aston Martins, and a Lotus tearing up Sepang International Circuit at the same time should do that. Before take off, they had arranged the cars according to power (most likely) and a grey Lamborghini Murcielago LP460 got the alpha position. Pity the driver seemed a bit reluctant in flooring it. I guess losing RM10 per rev ought to get you thinking, considering it's a V12 6.2l monster. I felt sorry for the Bentley Continental GT owner. Nobody wanted to take it for a spin. Then again, it's not a sports car. Racing the Bentley would be the equivalent of racing a Rolls Royce. There were several Berlinettas, 2 old Ferarris, 2 Lamborghini Murcielago LP460s, a Lamborghini Gallardo, 3 Porsche 911 GT3s, 1 Porsche Cayman S, 1 Porsche Carrera GT, and about 6 Carreras from different years. Besides that, there were 2 Aston Martins; 1 DB9 and 1 V8 Vantage. There was also a green Lotus Exige. I have to say, the Exige was very stealthy. If it was travelling at night, colored pitch black, and without the headlights, it would be the ultimate stealth race car.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Charity Drive @ Sepang

This Feb 24th 08, Sunday. Organized by Force of Nature, Ferarri Owners' Club, Lamborghini Owners' Club, and Porsche Owners' Club. 3 classes; RM300, RM500, & RM1000. 3 car classes. 3 laps per payment. Either as passenger or driver. Cars range from Astons to Lamborghinis to Ferraris & Porsches. Car show for those that can't afford to pay or cannot drive, yet.

Saturday, February 16, 2008

3 Things to Ponder & Wonder On

1) If a vegetarian eats veggies, what does that make a humanitarian?

2) If vegetable oil is made out of vegetables, what is baby oil made out of?

3) In love, we look for someone compatible, similar. Yet there's a saying that goes "opposites
attract". Why?

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

The Life Story of An Average-High-Achieving High Schooler

Just moved to Tropika 2. God, it's tiring. And this week I have Perbarisan practice every day. And to make things worse, next week (on Tuesday, to be specific), I have to give a lecture/speech on how a good and solid aqidah ensures complete happiness. Good thing that the sports day is on Saturday, so I have the rest of the weekend off, to do the speech and other homework. I can assure you that having a hectic schedule helps no one at all. Not even your (if you are on one) diet. At least I'll have something to do during the sports day-jaga gerai. That reminds me, I have to bring around 3-5 packs of nuggets.