The clock ticked past 11pm on the 18th of May. A miniscule gathering of friends gathered to embark on a 300+ KM drive up to Sepang International Circuit, to act as a support and pit crew for a friend who was participating in the Time To Attack, organized by ZerotoHundred.com.
Heres some random snap form the Singapore Supercar club along side with the Singapore Karting.Here we have 2 of 5 Zonda cinque!Many many many Bulls!The AventadorHmmm a Carrera S found itself in the wrong place.The 1M and M3sBMW M5And a little bit from the karting scene~
Words by : Ray Ng, Photos by : E3lipse Photography
Wei Jie is our Australian correspondent as he is currently studying in Perth. Being in Australia, he has the opportunity to shoot cars never before seen on Singapore’s roads or cars that are really rare. The locations to shoot are plentiful compared to Singapore where many spots are forbidden and security guards are more than happy to chase you away even if you’re not obstructing traffic.
This limited production model needs no introduction.
After 3 years of snapping mostly cars , Wei Jie is still constantly improving and learning from others, often reading car magazines and websites to get ideas and inspiration from renowned photographers. He has photos published in magazines and websites and currently working with 7Tune and TheRightWrong as a correspondent.
First off, I would like to apologize for the lack of content on this site recently. Everyone onTheRightWrong crew has been extremely tied down, either with projects or with work. As most of you know, we run this site out of our own pockets. So unfortunately we are unable to do this full time. Of course we would very much love to be able to keep hunting for the best car porn and to bring you daily fresh content so we try our best to give you the most we can.
Regardless, all that “busy” is finally behind us now. Our schedules have cleared and we’re back to bring you MORE AWESOME! Whats to see in this post is the things you would not see any where else. It has passed for quite a while now but better late then never right?
It is the pictures we took at the 12 hour endurance race, Merdeka Millenium Endurance Race.
The MMER Journey started from Entering the circuit
This entire post is dedicated to MMER, not just about the racing. Those pictures I am sure you are able to find every where else. Our feature emphasizes on what was behind the scene, pits and sometimes in it. We still will definitely will give you a fair share of the racing action. After-all, the love of cars come about in the pursuit of performance. More then often, there are those who pursue performance and lose their tracks. They under-steered off the track and into the gravel trap in a sense. Those are the ones who become blurred in their vision and pursuit of performance and end up focusing on the aesthetics of performance. “Race Inspired Cosmetic Enhancement”. RICE
RICE is still the pursuit of performance isn’t it? Its race inspired!
Last weekend photographer Neo and myself went up to Malaysia to capture some pictures of the MMER, Merdeka Millennium Endurance Race. It is a 12 hour endurance race held at Sepang International Circuit, and also the 12th race held by the Malaysians, as the name Millennium comes from it’s inaugural year 2000. Fellow editor Ray was working there as a mechanic for the weekend so we met up with him there and we were fortunate to have a good friend of mine hook us up with a couple of guest passes! (Thanks Sebas!)
For me, it was my first attempt at photography! Neo was kind enough to lend me a spare camera and teach me the minimal basics of photography. Not to worry though, majority of the photos are still by Neo so you won’t be staring at a full screen of blur pictures. Regardless, you will probably be able to find lots of pictures of the cars that were racing and the results all over the internet and in magazines covering the events.
What we decided to do however, is show you the things that you would not have seen if you were not at Sepang itself for the day. We walked around behind the pits to search for stuff that caught our attention. Its basically what you would have seen if you were at MMER itself.
Words by : Ray Ng, Photos by : Cyber Imp Productions
To Jonathan, anyone can eventually learn how to take a sharp picture but a true photographer can shed an emotion and tell a story through his or her photos. With fellow crew member Neo and Randy F, learning the ropes was made easy joining therightwrong.net as a junior photographer.
One of the first few photoshoots Jonathan joined The Right Wrong Crew.