at least these can help youngsters or those who just got "p" to have the cognotive of knowing what is right or wrong....Originally posted by .S K A G E E.@Sep 22 2004, 09:15
rebuenlee: Hi , nice meeting you last Sunday ( hope I got the right person).
The question that you should be asking is ; " If we were to only drift when its legal ( ie: during events or on private rented places) , how many times a week would you reckon you could drift?"
I think we all should use our common sense ,take proper percautions and certain safety measures and bend the rules abit.
Saint: I'm afraid I agree with ic3johan; Please remove it. Thanks
From your response ,I assume that I wasn't sucessful at getting my point across to you. However, what I find worrying is that , I suspect that you are drawing parallelism between what goes on at Kesas with what happen last Sunday. I suppose your statement ," nothing to do with spectators" vindicates your action last weekend.Originally posted by reubenlee@Sep 23 2004, 08:36
those large exhaust that is causing all this problem.....
nothing to do with spectators...
they create attention and they like to rev bside and race with someone bside.....
through my survey those with very irritating noisy exhaust like to follow the movie '2fast2furious'....
so we can't stop ppl from following some culture
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