Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Motorcycling fans savor 4-cylinder 800-cc symphony

It may be deafening for some, but the engine roar from a MotoGP race is an addictive melody of thundering sound for racing aficionados.“The loud sound from the race engine drives me to the circuit here every year,” Malaysian Azmie Mustafa told The Jakarta Post during the Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix in Sepang over the weekend.Mustafa says he has never missed a race, be it Formula One or MotoGP, since the races were first brought to the Sepang International Circuit in 1999.“On television, we can only watch the race, but to feel the soul of the race, we have to watch it live,” said the 40-something insurance worker, an avid supporter of Formula One’s Ferrari team.


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