A Racer's Edge
Hypertune|Volume 189

The pure blooded racer s cool interpretation of the superlative A45 hatch

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Glory is a fickle thing for most if not all genuinely fast drivers for which common sense tells you for the most part are made up of pure blooded racer at heart. Now the thing with this lot, the positive or negative effect of said fickleness concerns nothing remotely close to material or monetary gains of any kind. Sure, with the immeasurable wealth that seeps into motor racing these days (as in other than F1 i.e. other upper tier classes), it is a given that such perks comes hand in hand with success, only thing is for the hardier and more passionate lot, the adrenalin surge inasmuch the excitement and intensity had all but outweigh the aforementioned perks.

The irrepressible euphoric endowments that this lot craves aren’t quite the glitz, the adulation and the other perks. Far from it, it’s the sensation they get from being at the limit and beyond, and the resulting deep feeling of satisfaction. Such emotive perks falls sweetly in the ‘money can’t buy’ category which also counts all the emotive and heart-sourced elements such as love in its company. Sure enough the perpetual need for such happiness enhancing fix have led us to pursue our desires in whichever way that suits us inasmuch the preferences and our unique tastes and likes.

For the fella whose signature gets scribbled on this fabulous Mercedes hatch’ ownership papers, his entire universe revolves around his deep rooted passion and enthusiasm for speed, and the A45 right here, although it is quite a bit less posh than the more exotic imports he ought to have tucked in his ample personal garage, it pretty much represents the culmination of his racing exploits.

The guy we’re referring to is none other than Alif Hamdan a talented local racer with a strong penchant for devastating speed. I think it’d be pertinent for this cover piece to read through his facebook narrative – sort of getting to know the man behind the ride.

Here’s the Alif Hamdan facebook entry:

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