No Traffic jam due to Jalan Ampang, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan Raja Chulan, Jalan Perak and Jalan P. Ramlee to be closed for Kuala Lumpur City Grand Prix Race 7-9 August 2015

No Traffic jam due to Jalan Ampang, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan Raja Chulan, Jalan Perak and Jalan P. Ramlee to be closed for Kuala Lumpur City Grand Prix Race 7-9 August 2015
Credit to Kelvin Sing

Did you hear the engine sound when you walk nearby KLCC area?

KL City Grand Prix start from today 7.August and will continue for next 2 days. Few roads will be closed from Morning 6am until evening 6pm for inaugural KL City Grand Prix race. The Race flag off from KLCC Suria, then race through the mentioned roads and Checkered flag back at KLCC Suria. Estimated to have 100,000 crowds for this event, we expect more than that. By that mean, estimated around 10,000 vehicles park around KL City Center.

Tonnes of people, guest, VIP, VVIP and also photographers gather at here, to share the heat. Thanks to our photographer friend, Kelvin Sing to contribute his works for our editorial. Is surprise that there no traffic jam happens as we all expect, everyone have the normal life, normal traffic level. Of course there are some high traffic at the nearby of the KL City Grandprix.

No Traffic jam due to Jalan Ampang, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan Raja Chulan, Jalan Perak and Jalan P. Ramlee to be closed for Kuala Lumpur City Grand Prix Race 7-9 August 2015
Credit to Kelvin Sing

This event take place to promote Malaysia to everyone, especially crowd that fly to Malaysia from Oversea. As the Race will cover most of the Highlight roads of Kuala Lumpur City, indirectly we introduce our best part of KL to everyone. Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Ampang are the roads where all the hotspot located. The track has 16 corners, 10 left turns and 6 right turns, which total covered about 3.25km. The speed of the race estimated around 200kph. Can we call this as Kuala Lumpur Drift? Can we make a movie at the same time which is better than Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift? Let’s we enjoys the drift for next two days.

As a malaysian, I’m proud that we have such a big event, that everyone (All Malaysian) can enjoys together, same time we can softly tells everyone outside, Malaysia Boleh.

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