CONTEST: Exclusive Drifting Premiums, incl. Daigo Saito autographed stickers!

Written by Cheryl Tay on . Posted in Cheryl Tay Blog | Blog Post of Cheryl Tay

It’s been a week since the inaugural Formula Drift Indonesia concluded and I hope you enjoyed the string of stories that I posted following the event. If you missed them, scroll to the end of this post with all the links for the stories and the photos. 

 

To reward you for following my stories, I have a little giveaway - A set of autographed Daigo Saito stickers (see immediate picture below) and a limited edition official Formula Drift t-shirt!

contest-Singapore-20111106-00988_-_CopyRemember the CHERYL TAY BLACK Sticker Series? Ok if you don’t know what I’m talking about, it is this sticker series that I designed and are sold on my website here. Yes, I got Daigo Saito to autograph them when I saw him at Formula Drift Indonesia recently [see below for the list of my Formula Drift Indonesia 2011 stories]. 

316865_10150377209082710_602152709_8100687_762960697_nDaigo Saito – this name is not unfamiliar in the drifting arena. He entered the Formula Drift Asia (FDA) scene with a splash, carrying the D1GP 2008 champion title on his shoulders. At his FDA debut in Malaysia last December [read my first interview with him here] he clearly lived up to his name when he clinched the Formula Drift Malaysia 2010 title with a car he has never driven before. 

 

Having made his mark, Singaporean outfit SPARK Motorsports signed him on for Formula Drift Singapore 2011, the season opener for the FDA 2011 year and with his Toyota Altezza built up to his satisfaction, he won again [read the story of his FDSG adventure here]. He then took the same car to Jakarta and won a third consecutive time. Will he win again in Malaysia next month?

296401_280130868687824_131620790205500_880177_73139244_nSo, only ONE lucky winner will get this set of wonderful stickers autographed by Daigo Saito, along with a limited edition Formula Drift t-shirt* (design as per the picture below)! 

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How to participate?

 

Just answer this question: What is the power output (bhp) of Daigo Saito’s Toyota Altezza that starred at the recently-concluded Formula Drift Indonesia? 

 

Send in your answer to info@cheryl-tay.com
with your name, age, I/C no., mailing address and email address
before 11 November 2011 and a winner will be randomly picked.

 

This contest is open to both local and international readers – postage will be covered by me.

 

Good luck!

 

[*Limited sizes available only.]

 

For your viewing pleasure…

 

My Formula Drift Indonesia stories:

> More ‘police cars’ at Formula Drift

> Dai Yoshihara lookalike car, by M. Hermawan

> Singaporean Ivan Lim disappoints

> Helping Dai raise funds for RFJP

> Ken Gushi drives Orido’s RSR Supra again

> 19-year-old Indonesian drifters Alinka and Armando are engaged.. to each other!

> Indonesian female drifting darling Alinka learnt drifting in a Yaris

> Pond made Daigo Saito work hard for his victory

> Armando is youngest FD Asia podium finisher

> Daigo Saito’s journey to the top

> Who’s battling who in the Round of 32?

> Top 32 qualifiers!

> Selected videos in qualifying

> FD USA 2011 champ Dai Yoshihara looking ‘sharp’!

> Ivan L.: To the power of 2

> “Nutrional facts” about drifting

> Who’s here at FD Indonesia?

 

My Formula Drift Indonesia 2011 photos:

Formula Drift Indonesia 2011 Album #1 - Friday

Formula Drift Indonesia 2011 Album #2 - Saturday

Formula Drift Indonesia 2011 Album #3 - Sunday

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