Awesome weekend pt.2 (Sunday – 16 Dec 2012)

First thing that came to my mind when I woke up in the early morning was “IT’S ABOUT BLOODY TIME WE HAVE SOME PROPER DRIFTING IN SIBU!!” Yeeee Hah~!!

I’ve arrived at the agreed venue at 9am and immediately I saw the trailer with all 4 cars that have been in action since yesterday in Bintulu, while I was there the workers have already started unloading the vehicles, while some of my local friends have already arrived earlier to check out the action later on.  Someone even offered to sponsor for a professional video recording crew for the occasion, crazy but awesome, haha!

Kuching cars arrived on trailer.

Kuching cars arrived on trailer.

All cars unloaded and waiting for drivers.

All cars unloaded and waiting for drivers.

The awesome side view of the RX7 FD!

The awesome side view of the RX7 FD!

Silvia S15 NA

Silvia S15 NA

13B RX7 FD

13B RX7 FD

Trueno AE86

Trueno AE86

Cefiro A31

Cefiro A31

Skyline GTE

Skyline GTE

The least powerful car in the line up, my Charmant.

The least powerful car in the line up, my Charmant.

The Sarawak drift cars!

The Sarawak drift cars!

Group photo of me with all Kuching drifters.

Group photo of me with all Kuching drifters.

Long story short, I’ll let the following video do the talking (it’s almost an hour long though):

The session ended around 11:30am and the Kuching guys had to pack up and depart on their way home to Kuching.  I had a BLAST and the time of my life during that morning, there were a few things that made me go NUTS:

1. Finally twin car donut

2. Tsuiso, HELL YEAH!!!

3. The feeling of companionship, finally some other guys that REALLY drifts!

4. Drifting the most expensive car I’ve ever driven: Nissan 350z auto

These are some of the first for me and boy was I super satisfied and HAPPY.  I’m glad I’ve made the trip to Bintulu and met up with these new friends from Kuching, or else all of these wouldn’t have happened, and during this morning, we’ve made some more new friends as well whom I think can really help to push the scene for greater exposure and hopefully attract more to join.

I can say that Sarawak drifting is definitely moving at the right direction, albeit a slow one, but at least it’s a start.

Big thanks to all those that’ve assisted and involved to make this happen, and hopefully something like this will happen again very soon, go go Sarawak drift! ^_^

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