Tag: safety

What Safety Equipment do you Pack for the Track?

We love bringing our cars to the track to set a few hot laps. Amidst brake bleeding and checking fluid levels, a factor that is often overlooked is track safety equipment of the kind worn by the driver. Checking out one of the local track day events in Malaysia revealed that a majority of folks […] More »

  Comments | By - May 16, 2011

Video of the Week: Safety on Track

We’ve seen numerous racing accidents captured on camera. Those moments might look spectacular, but they can also be fatal. It’s very fortunate that many circuits have great safety standards to reduce such cases, protecting both the driver and the spectator. However, the opportunity to watch what goes behind the barrier which withstands the significant force […] More »

  Comments | By - April 16, 2010

The limited driving sense of safety

Have you ever got stuck on the street with a car right up your… rear bumper? Don’t get me wrong, no crash has been involved to make me shout out loud the following words. But I’m trying to restrain myself before I start the criticism to a significant number of drivers, especially ricers who want […] More »

  Comments | By - April 6, 2010

Wanna Street Race? No thanks, I’ll pass!

Have you ever considered yourself a fast driver just because you drive a fast car that can be launched for a quarter of a mile? I am sure that you have thought of this and even got tempted to prove it on the streets. Does it ring a bell? Did you got challenged while driving […] More »

  Comments | By - February 10, 2010

Honda Safety Institute Training Center for Bikers

Good news for riders comes from Montesa Honda in Barcelona of Spain by celebrating the opening of Honda’s Safety Institute (HIS). This institute is the first European center exclusively dedicated to training riders. Similar thirty six facilities exist around the world such as in Asia and South America. This facility with almost twenty five square […] More »

  Comments | By - September 18, 2009

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