He is the grandson of the multi-million dollar Red Bull founder, and also the one that will inherit the gigantic energy drink empire. He is also making a fortune as the co-owner of Thailand’s Ferrari importer, but all those does not make the 27-year-old Vorayuth Yoovidhya immune from the law as he was arrested for causing a death to a police officer after striking and dragging the cop with his new Ferrari FF.
We have been receiving a tonne of absurd/incredible onboard footages from around the world; from the splashing on-the-road comeback in Russia all the way to the I-Shouldn’t-Be-Alive flying plank recording from the States. Having all those, are there any of such that had ever surfaced from our own beloved Malaysia? As a matter of fact, we do have one that fits into the absurd category that we see today.
Helmets. While some bikers are more than obliging to wear them, some are just a stubborn nutcase that somehow could not accept the simple fact that the human head is very fragile, and it does not take much for a damage to be done and ruin one’s life forever. Like seatbelts in a car, it does not take an eternity to put it on, especially since it offers the best deal to a biker; pulling him an inch away from death.
Petrol station incidents are not new, but this, this is something else. Anyone who’s got more details, we’d appreciate some insights. Thanks to XTEC for posting this here
Group of clueless Pontiac drivers try the unthinkable on a busy highway with their uncontrolled fishtails to blinding smoke screen . Watch the video.
It was reported that a ‘free-flow’ toll system will start trials in November with the Sungai Penchala toll plaza on the LDP being the test site. Motorists will NOT need to slow down, as is the case with the current infrared SmartTag system, since there will not be any boom gates.
The new system uses microwaves to read the onboard units in cars, enabling users to pass through a toll gantry without having to stop. Something like what Singaporeans are using. Read the rest of this entry »
An expensive car buys you safety and not driving skills. The 22-year old driving this Mercedes Mclaren SLR apparently learnt that lesson with his life.
This terrible accident occured sometime early Wednesday morning Qatar time. No in-depth information is available but its confirmed that the driver didnt make it. Read the rest of this entry »
The following is an example of how the right kind of team-work, knowledge and co-ordination can team up to churn out desired results. It is an excerpt from AutoBlog and a big applause to them for leading the way in helping motorheads across the world find a way in countering their biggest enemy yet, thieves. So here we are people, we have the right channel, now all we need to do is put our heads together to help fight back against automotive crime. Read the rest of this entry »
Abu Dhabi: At least three people were killed and nearly 350 injured in a horrific 60 vehicle pile-up on the Abu Dhabi-Dubai highway near Ghantoot on Tuesday.
However, Gulf News has learnt that the death toll could be five. The 25km stretch of Read the rest of this entry »
The safety cars that stand guard at every Formula 1 Grand Prix always caught special attention amongst enthusiast. I cant quite figure why but Iâ€™m guessing the appeal lies in how it manages to look better than the road going version. That or the fact that it canâ€™t be overtaken by F1 cars that are 5 times faster just because it Read the rest of this entry »