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Thursday, July 15, 2010
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One of the Well-Known workshop in Klang Valley.RMW (Ramly Motor Works) has a big name in this motor sport's arena with his Ford Escort MKI.
Thursday, July 8, 2010
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Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Well,the nostalgia of BTSC..anyone would like to share their nostalgic time here?
Shah Alam Circuit or Batu Tiga Speedway Circuit was a former racing circuit in Malaysia. The circuit is located in the capital of Selangor in Shah Alam, between the Shah Alam Stadium and Federal Highway. The circuit layout was designed by Dutchman John Hugenholtz.
It was opened in 1968 with first Grand Prix, won by Indonesian Hengkie Iriawan on eleven-in Ford. Shah Alam Circuit remained venue of Malaysian Grand Prix in Malaysia from 1968 until 1982, whereby the starter field consisted this Grand Prix alternately of vehicles of the Formula Atlantic, Formula Pacific or Formula 2. The last Malaysian Grand Prix race held in Shah Alam was held for Formula Holden in 1995.
The circuit was closed in 1977 after an accident killed six children, although it later reopened after improvements of fences and guard rails around the trackwere carried out.In 1985 the track were renewed from 3.38 km increase to 3.693 km and additionally the curve 11 was established.In the same year, the first international racing is the sports car world championship won by Jacky Ickx on Porsche 962C.
The circuit hosted races in the 1990 and 1991 Superbike World Championship, and from 1991 to 1997 it hosted the Malaysian motorcycle Grand Prix. With altogether four victories until 1997, Mick Doohan scored the most wins on the circuit. The motorcycle Grand Prix was later moved to the Johor Circuit and to Sepang International Circuit.In the year 2003 the circuit was sold by Selangor state government to a property developer, it then torn off and been develop with a housing project name D'Kayangan.