Drive 4 Paul Malaysia is happening this weekend!

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The first ever Drive 4 Paul Malaysia event is taking place this weekend and it promises to be one hell of an epic car culture gathering here in the country. Organised by Retro Havoc and Paul Walker’s charity foundation, Reach Out Worldwide (ROWW), the charity event is set for an awesome show with the announcement of Tourism Malaysia and MARii to collaborate with Drive 4 Paul Malaysia.

Over 420 cars from all walks of life will be taking part in the car show happening this Saturday (12 October 2019) at Bandar Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. The event is open to public with each entry charged at only RM10. All proceeds will be donated to ROWW foundation for their disaster relief efforts that take place all over the world.

What makes the event even more special is a special guest appearance in the form of the late Fast & Furious megastar’s brother, Cody Walker. Being the CEO of ROWW, he’s indeed ecstatic about the upcoming event where all of the fundraising including ticket sales, registration fees, merchandise, and F&B sales will be funnelled to their non-profit organization to make the world a better place.

There will be loads of activities for the entire family from car show to exciting games. Perhaps the biggest highlights will be several replicas from the Fast & Furious movie franchise which include the iconic blue and silver Nissan Skyline from 2 Fast 2 Furious, Ford Escort MK1, Subaru V10, and many more.

According to Datuk Musa Yusof, Director General of Tourism Malaysia, “This is a good effort to welcome Visit Malaysia 2020 which is just around the corner, and also to fill up our 2019 motorsports calendar. We will have Malaysian GP from 1 to 3 November 2019, and hottest newcomers FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR), with the FIM Endurance World Championship (EWC) from 14 to 15 December.”

To know more about the Drive 4 Paul Malaysia charity event, head over to head over to or check out our previous article, below.

Drive 4 Paul Malaysia – A tribute to Paul Walker


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