2019 Japanese GP

End of Japanese GP was declared one lap short – but Valtteri Bottas is still the winner

The finishing positions of the 2019 Japanese Grand Prix yesterday were taken on the 52nd lap rather than the 53rd lap. This means that the race distance was one lap short and the error is believed to be due to the chequered flag having been shown on the display panel one lap early. Teams and […]

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F1

F1 (Round 17) – 2019 Japanese Grand Prix Results and Highlights

♦ The strong typhoon forced qualifying to be postponed to raceday and both Ferrari’s were able to take the front row of the starting grid. ♦ With Valtteri Bottas winning in Japan, the 2019 F1 Constructors Championship is secured by the Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS Motorsport team. The sixth consecutive world championship double is a new Formula 1 […]

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Isuzu D-MAX Gen3

All-new 3rd generation Isuzu D-MAX to go on sale next week in Thailand

It used to be that pick-up trucks would have a model cycle of at least 10 years – double that of passenger cars. And during that considerable length of time in the market, distributors would have to sustain interest by having limited editions periodically to refresh the looks, besides adding extra features. Today, though, competition […]

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The all-new Golf Mk 8

Volkswagen shows sketches of 2020 Golf Mk.8 to be unveiled on October 24

On October 24, Volkswagen will have the attention of the motoring world when it unveils the 8th generation of the Golf. The event will take place at its home city in Germany, Wolfsburg. Prior to the event in 12 days, the carmaker has released these sketches as teasers. One of the bestselling cars for decades, […]

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55 units of Perodua Aruz purchased by KPDNHEP, the first government agency to choose the SUV

Government support for Malaysian carmakers has not been confined to providing various forms of funding and incentives as the government, being the country’s largest fleet owner, has also purchased thousands of vehicles from Perodua and Proton over the years. First government agency to use Aruz The most recent example was the purchase of 55 units […]

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BHPetrol

BHPetrol holds Cerah Ceria 2019 road safety programme at SK Kementah Kuala Lumpur

BHPetrol, the Malaysian petroleum brand, has been tirelessly working on efforts to raise road safety awareness among primary schoolchildren for some time now. And in 2019, for the tenth consecutive year, BHPetrol has spread the interest and focus of the local community in the centre of Kuala Lumpur. This year’s awareness programme was held in […]

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Budget 2020

Budget 2020 highlights for the auto sector and highway-users

RM50 million will be allocated for the repair and maintenance of roads leading to Port Klang so as to make it a regional maritime centre and a cargo logistic hub. The Transport Ministry is also conducting a feasibility study for a Klang Logistic Corridor which will be a new logistic highway to connect Northport, Westport [...] Continue Reading
Flux

Flux offers a new way of car ownership without the usual commitments and hassles

‘In a state of flux…’ is a term that relates to constant change though not necessarily indecisiveness. Appropriately, a new company in Malaysia has chosen to call itself ‘Flux’ as a way of describing the concept of its business which allows customers to constantly change their vehicles. Flux offers an all-inclusive monthly car subscription service, […]

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