Formula Drift M’sia 2010: Qualifying Snapsnots

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

Qualifying was a long afternoon-evening affair as 43 drivers completed two runs each. Crashes were aplenty, though not as bad as those at Formula Drift Thailand, hence delaying the end of day.

Daigo Saito qualified in 4th place

Joe from Thailand is really good-looking and he drives such a loud and flashy car!

Koh-Kae is the famous Thai ‘kachang’ brand.. yes this is the son!

I think the design of his car is so cute!

Ivan Lau never fails to lose his rear bumper at every drift event

Oops, wrong direction mate!

Charles Ng backs up into the wall

Charles doing a better run

This fella hit a puddle and sent water spraying all over.

Pity the bystanders behind!

Check that out man…

Lim Kim Wan swept cones and drifted with them all the way to the end.

Oops, D Wan went head on into the wall of the second clipping point.

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