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Ben Wong
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Ben Wong
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From a young age, Ben has been obsessed with all things cars. From hotwheels toys to R/C cars, the cars just got bigger and more realistic as he aged. Fast forward 8 years from when he got his licence and he was spending a lot of time on the internet looking at foreign websites and admiring the cars they had overseas. It was then when he realized that it was something Singapore needed as despite the expensive car prices, he felt the country had some of the best and most well modified cars in the world to showcase. He decided to pull a team together to form The Right Wrong as you know now.

Ben’s interest in cars didn’t stray far from the roots that got him interested in cars in the first place.  He went from VTEC to boost and never looked back since. From a Civic Eg6 to a Subaru WRX, both cars which he sold in less than a year before he hopped into a Mitsubishi Evo 9 RS and stuck with that for the longest time. As seen in many of the posts he writes, he’s love for Evos has always been strong but has finally moved onto a new platform since his move to Australia, the Mazda Rx7.

Ben is currently living in Melbourne Australia and has working closely with Paul Phan from PT works to provide Australian content to the website.

With the new website, Ben’s goals for the new website is still the same as before. To show case the best race ready street cars that lurk the streets.

Follow Ben on Instagram @

https://instagram.com/ben.w0ng

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Randy Foo
Photographer
Randy Foo
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Randy didn’t have a cool stash of Tomica models nor a wall plastered with posters of Lamborghinis or Ferraris, his dad didn’t own the coolest of cars and all he could remember of his childhood days in the back of the car was his parents having to push an Alfa Romeo during a jam when the car overheated.

But a group of friends that he had during his teens opened up a world of WRX and Evo piloted by Tommi Makinen and Colin McRae. As he got older, he was alway keen in Hondas, surfing Honda-Tech was a daily affair. He probably has slightly more knowledge in Hondas than Toyota which he currently owns, a Corolla AE101 which he has driven for the past 8 years.

Than the JDM scene kick started and he got onto it also, spending time on overseas 2nd hand parts market or scavenging at local and malaysian scrapyards for that one illusive meter cluster or front bumper. His car haven’t seen much of a change for the past 3 years, still dressed in parts that has been painstakingly sourced.

Currently he’s a full time graphics designer and part time photographer and spends most holidays in Japan. Automotive and photography are both his love, apart from the endless hobbies he takes, mostly on wheels, from RC to bicycles. Having to juggle both work, play and The Right Wrong is not the easiest of task, but with a team that is willing to strive together, any handwork is defiantly worth it for him.

Randy’s personal Instagram is

https://instagram.com/iamrandyf

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Neo
Photographer
Neo
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Neo has always indulged himself in various pursuits, among which are auto racing and photography. However the manner that racing is perceived by our older generation and stereotyped, it continues to pursue his interests. One reason why Neo hold racing so dear is that racing allows him to learn the art of driving and allowing him to push cars to their very limit on the proper race track without the fear of getting a ticket.

With that goal in mind, Neo has built his EG6 over a span of six years. Possibly one of the wildest and most flawless Civic EG6s that has ever graced the streets of Singapore with a custom made wide body amongst a fully stripped down and rebuilt from ground up car. Although the car does not see much street action, its taken up north to the Sepang circuit regularly and as often as he can.

Apart from the trilling sports, Neo on the other hand an affection for photography. To him, photography is a powerful medium and a difficult craft. Excellent photos do not only display the fact but also tells stories, awake feelings and share with the audience the emotions of the photographer.

With The Right Wrong, Neo has continue to refine his photography craft in his free time to bring you the stories and emotions carried with each owner and vehicle we encounter.

Neo constantly updates his instagram with random photography works, follow him @

https://instagram.com/wy_neo

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Paul Phan
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Paul Phan
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Paul : “I have always had a passion for cars and had the privilege of being bought up in the era where there were no car restrictions upon P platers and penalties were pretty much a slap on the wrist fines. This made owning, modding and driving a pleasure. My very first car was a sad surprise, a pale green, 1985 fiat regata. Bad points aside, there were no limits or fear, I pushed the car as hard as it allowed me. It gave me a lot of good memories from casual driving to off road rally bashings.

Being Raised through the 80-90’s the true era of performance, competition and rivalry was like no other. I loved the 22b’s, tommi maks, supras, r32s, gto and rx7’s and my first performance import into the scene was the Toyota celica st185 gt4. Since then I have also owned a Toyota soarer R32 gtr, 180sx and now the evo 7.

This passion and love for cars grew exponentially and glad to have witnessed and experience a change in automotive industry and culture. 

Over the years, laws have gone stricter, rules have changed and I have settled down and invested towards other hobbies. As you may know I love photography, shooter of PTworks and the rookie of TRW to carry on my love for cars. I also love dogs… especially Corgi’s and have 3 of my own Apple, mango and banana. Collectible figures since I could not afford them when I was a kid, NBA basketball….and that’s pretty much all me in a nutshell”

Follow Paul on his instagram and Flickr @

https://instagram.com/pt_works
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dooozzy/

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