So You Want to Be A Racer?
6 Tips For Being A Safe Motorcycle Passenger
Do you dream of going racing? Let’s have a look at what is actually involved?
Frequently asked questions by wannabe racers include:
- What skills do I need?
- How do I start?
- Will I get paid?
- Why is it so expensive?
- Can I become an F1 driver or MotoGP rider?
Top 5 Benefits of Riding a Motorbike!
So you have a motorcycle and can’t wait to take your friend/lover on the ride of their lives. But before you let your friend or loved one hop on the back of your bike, you should always put safety first and educate your pillion partner on how they can be a safe motorcycle passenger. Remember, it takes two to tango.
This Company Is Incorporating SPACE TECH To Make Your Motorbike Safer
Who would have thought, that riding a bike has its benefits? Well, you’d be surprised! Here are the top 5 benefits of riding a bike.
6 Things to Know As A New Motorcycle Rider
Riding on a motorcycle makes all of us more vulnerable as compared to sitting in a car. It’s part of the risk of riding a bike, but it’s also for the thrill. For many years, motorcycle manufacturers have been working to increase the safety of the riders with technologies like inflatable vests, smart helmets and others to increase the protection on the riders. Some are successful, some, not so much.
So where will the next inspiration come from? Well, German manufacturer Bosch thinks that the next big break may come from space, the final frontier.
Wan Mohd Zafuan Adi
So you’ve finally gotten that Class B2 license and can’t wait to hop on and ride like the wind. But the truth is, your adventure in riding is only beginning. Here are 6 things you need to know as a new motorcycle rider.
Before this I did aircraft and aircraft maintenance, but I felt like that it was not for me. I have a long history of my love of cars, so I’m really interested in cars and I like motorsport. I went online and I saw TOC and they do motorsport and car maintenance, so since they have motorsport, I choose motorsport!
Ahmed Nabil Iqbal B.Johari
My name is Suhel Suleman, and I come from Kenya in Africa. I chose TOC because cars have been my number one priority since day one. My Dad has a car business, so growing up with that gave me this interest in cars and racing. I first saw TOC online and it seemed to be the best automotive college in Malaysia. I am studying in Malaysia because in Kenya there is no automotive schools. So my reasons for choosing TOC was that it was in Malaysia and its working out cheaper, so that is why I came here.
I used to study architecture but I felt that it was not for me because I love automotive more. Through one of my friends I found out about TOC and he asked me to join. I chose TOC because they have some good features and give the students a brighter future.
Chong Chee Sian
I love cars! Originally I went to Heroit-Watt University to study Mechanical Engineering. However, after the foundation I just found it a little to difficult to continue and I then found a great alternative choice in TOC. My passion for cars actually came from playing the ‘Need for Speed’ and ‘Gran Turismo’ a lot. In Gran Turismo there is a part in the system where you can tune the car, change the gear ratios and the engine performance. This was where I really found my liking for this. The reason I chose TOC was because they had a reputable certificate and it could carry me on further in my studies, as I am aiming to not only get a diploma but also a degree as well
NON TECHNICAL JOBS IN MOTORSPORT
My name is Chong Chee Sian, I am 20 years old and I come from Seri Gombak, Batu Caves. I chose TOC because the technology and the machines they have are more modern than some of the other schools, such as Despark and Tan Chong. Also the education certificate can be used overseas and in Malaysia. So that’s why I chose TOC to study Automotive Technology.
TECHNICAL JOBS IN MOTORSPORT
The Motorsport Industry is generally made up of small to medium sized companies, either racing teams, manufacturers, or suppliers of products and services. Motorsport is a highly competitive business. It is the competition element which gives the industry its ‘can do’ attitude and there are few other industries which respond to challenges so quickly. It is an acute balance between technical and commercial and both feed off the other.
Motorsport is all about passion, precision, teamwork, business and most importantly, employment. The Motorsport Industry is made up of small to medium sized companies either as racing teams or supplying products and services to the teams, ranging globally from single seaters, GT and sportscars, touring cars, rally, motorbikes to karting.
My name is Jay and I’m from Shah Alam. I choose TOC because I think that I can get a good education here. I am studying for a diploma in Automotive Technology because it can help me in the future. I need to get more experience in the Automotive field, because in the future I can use this experience to help me work for the best automotive group.
Chong Wen An
I’m Malaysian and my Dad works as a marketing manager for Fujifilm and my Mum is a house wife. I have two sisters, one is at College and the other is in secondary school. I have always been interested in motorsport and would love to travel overseas to other countries and work internationally as a race mechanic, maybe one day Formula One! I am on the Motorsport course at TOC and chose them because they are in the motorsport industry and it has a good reputation.
My background is quite simple. I come from a family of four, I am the youngest, I have a sister and my parents. I was born in Malaysia and come from Cheras. I chose TOC because I’m interested in the automotive field, so I would like to gain more experience from this college and then be able to work in the automotive industry. I am studying for a diploma in Automotive Technology.
WANT A CAREER IN MOTORSPORT?
I am from KL and since I was very young I have had an interest in cars. The course I am on is Motorsports and I chose it because it seems more interesting than normal car maintenance. Since I was young I have been interested in cars, modifying them and tuning them, plus the racing.
TOC CREW CATERHAM THAILAND TRIP FEEDBACK
Motorsport is all about passion, excitement and adrenaline.... plus of course, money and business!
Global motorsport is a multi-billion dollar industry which attracts the ‘best of the best’, whether that is drivers, engineers, mechanics, marketing and PR or logistics, to name but a few roles…
I learnt that teamwork is the key to Motorsport. If there is strong team work things can get done a lot faster. Time is everything in motorsport. Perfection is another important fact I learnt while on the trip. A lot of people around can notice the attention to details which makes your Team stand out amongst the others.
CATERHAM FIRES UP CLARK INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY IN THE PHILIPPINES
由Prince彼凌馳潤滑油冠名赞助的卡特汉姆杯2017第4季第9、第10及第11场竞标赛（Caterham Motorsport Championship 2017 Event 4 Round 9，10 and 11），首次来到位于西太平洋的菲律宾-克拉克国际赛道（Clark International Speedway）隆重开赛，展开一场极速盛宴...
It was the first time that the Prince Lubricants Caterham Motorsport Championship had raced in the Philippines. And the Clark International Speedway provided yet another weekend of close, intense racing from the Caterhams...