[VIDEO] Formula Drift M’sia 2011: Great 8 battles!

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Daigo Saito vs. Ser Ming Hui (Ah Fai)

RESULT: Daigo takes the win. 

 

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Mervyn Nakamura vs. Chanatpon Kerdpiam (S Goodyear)

RESULT: S Goodyear takes the win after OMT is called.

 

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OMT!!!

 

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Manabu Orido vs. Chaiwat Panthayangkool (Mai)

RESULT: Orido takes the win. 

 

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Terdthoon Ruayjaroensap (D Kohkae) vs. Kiki Sak Nana

D Kohkae was doing well all weekend, displaying consistency and fantastic runs, clipping the wall right with all the angle. However, he made contact with the wall right after the hairpin during the first run and his car was deemed unfit to continue. He had already called for 5 minutes in an earlier run and hence could not call for 5 minutes this time. What a pity! He really deserved to be on the podium! As a result of this forfeit, Kiki Sak Nana advances to the Top 4.

 

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