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Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Cukup Syarat

I owe this blog an entry.

Here goes:

F1 was the theme of the weekend. Spent some time visiting the BMW Sauber Pit Lane Park at KLCC. You should have been there. They had displays and demos regarding Formula One and the team itself. For a non-motorsport enthusiast, I really enjoyed the experience. I even got to change an F1 tyre, at a slow 10.5 seconds. They rewarded you if you do it under 10. Ahh well, I was never built to be an auto handyman anyway.

I really learned a lot from the exhibition. It gives you a sort of appreciation for the technology and work that goes into a Formula One car. I was really amazed at how light the parts are, compared to conventional auto parts that we have in our Protons and Peroduas. Even the tyres were super-light!

And on Sunday, having being all worked up by the exhibition, I watched the new era of F1 minus a certain Mr. Schumacher. Was really, really impressed by the new rookie, watsisname? The black dude who drove for McLaren. You know him.

So I guess F1 is more than the hot ladies and fast cars. I've been to Sepang only once, courtesy of free grandstand tickets given to us lucky UM students. That was like, 50 years ago? Darn. I wanna be a student again. They always give us free stuff.

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