May 30, 2011

Fun and excitement at Sepang Super GT 2011 Final Countdown Party


A final countdown party to the third series of the Super GT Race 2011 at Sepang on June 18-19 was organized by JP Performance Motorsport (JPM) at the Empire Shopping Gallery in Subang Jaya. Selangor on Saturday 28th May 2011.

JPM is the race organiser for the Malaysian round of the Super GT series.

Held at the open space outside the shopping centre, the venue was transformed into a carnival like atmosphere with various activities to excite the crowd of motoring enthusiasts and Super GT fans who turned up to enjoy the fun and excitement in store.

Among the attractions were stage performances featuring special duet dance by Japan Super GT Queen Ayami Sasaki and Malaysian Super GT Queen Jillayne Ting who jointly sang a popular Japanese number “Go to way”; and Waidako Japanese drum played by Japanese Nakanishi Takayuki and Malaysian Yuki Chong Chiew Seek.

The main attraction which everyone waited was of course the Super GT Queen Search 2011 semi final contest where 29 leggy lovely beauties took the catwalk and wowed the audience and judges in their dazzling and stunning pieces.

The panel of judges had a hard time deciding the 18 winners from the crop of beautiful and ravishing 29 ladies. In the end though they were happy to pick the 18 finalists.



Japan Super GT Queen Ayami Sasaki (left) and Malaysia Super GT
Queen Jillayne Ting delight the crowd with their lively rendition of
a Japanese song "Go to way" during the launch of 2011 Autobacs
Super GT Round 3 Final Countdown Party at Empire Shopping
Gallery on Sat 28 May 2011.

JP Performance Motorsport (JPM) founder JP Chin (second from
left) presenting memento to Touch 'n Go director Peter England
during the launch of 2011 Autobacs Super GT Round 3 Final
Countdown Party. Looking on are JPM managing director TJ
Chin (first from left) and Malaysia Super GT Princess Wengli.

JPM founder JP Chin (second from left) presenting memento to
Tourism Selangor event and marketing manager Fazly Razally.
Looking on is JPM managing director TJ Chin.

JPM founder JP Chin (second from left) presenting memento to
RTM director of strategic development Dr. Ahmad Jailani Muhamad
Yunus. Looking on are JPM managing director TJ Chin (first from
left) and an RTM official.

Thumbs up: (L-R) JPM managing director TJ Chin, founder JP Chin
and Tumasek Pewter general manager David Tan give the thumbs up
after unveiling the Winner's Trophy at the Super GT 2011 Final
Countdown party.

The GT 500 racing car on display. The GT500 category will see
cars with max 500 horsepower pitting it out on the tracks. It runs
on 3.4 litre V8 engines making them possibly the fastest GT
racing cars in the world.

An energetic Waidako drum performance by Yuki Chong Chiew
Seek (left) from Malaysia and Nakanishi Takayuki from Japan.

The beatings of Odaiko drums in unison
enthralled the crowd.

Coca D Monday reggae band plays some reggae songs.

Soothing music and reggae band Coca D Monday enlighten
the party mood.

Performing arts students from UiTM Shah Alam doing a flash
mob dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller".

Visitors can put your strategic driving skills to test at the realistic
Super GT racing simulator.  

An awesome display of 25 Renault Megane cars after a convoy
around the city.
 
Tourism Selangor staff Aizan (left) and Liyan promote the must-visit
places in Selangor to visitors at their booth.

The merchandise booth sells limited edition GT collectibles,
including T-shirts and caps.

Fans purchased tickets at early bird prices for the first Femme
Fatale GT Party 2011 on Sat 18 June where international DJs,
including DJ Mayumi, the No.1 DJ from Japan will play
hot music for their mixes.

At the mini bazaar, there are stalls selling all sorts of items at
affordable prices, including this stall operated by Clothier Boutique.

A stall selling clothes for all occasions.

Malaysia GT Princess Wegnli having fun with
the kids.

Japan GT Queen Ayami Sasaki (left) and
Malaysia GT Queen Jillayne Ting meet
and greet their fans.

Japan GT Queen Ayami Sasaki (left) and Malaysia GT Queen
Jillayne Ting pose near the Renault Megane car.

(L-R) Malaysia GT Princess Wengli, Malaysia GT Queen
Jillayne Ting and Japan GT Queen Ayami Sasaki.

The performing arts students from UiTM Shah Alam pose for a
group photo after their flash mob dance.

Contestants getting ready for the semi-final round of the Malaysia
Super GT Queen Search 2011.

A bevy of beauties charm the crowd and judges with their poise
and personality.in the semi-final round of the Malaysia Super GT
Queen Search 2011.

The judges for the semi-final round of the Malaysia Super GT
Queen Search 2011.
 
Pretty and cheerful Elaine Tan is one of the
contest judges.
Photo courtesy : TY Koh.
 

Contestants took to the catwalk in their stunning pieces.

A contestant wearing a red cheongsam.

A contestant strikes that sexy pose.

Looking sexy in a low rise hot pant.

Attractive and cheerful.
 
Dazzling and stunning.

Contestants dressed up in scintillating dresses and styles to impress
the judges.

They look absolutely beautiful in white.
 
Simply gorgeous and lovely ladies.

Contestant Sydney Wong (right) made it
to the final round with her mother's support.

The 18 finalists to the Super GT Malaysia Queen Pageant 2011 on
18 June at Sepang circuit are all smiles as they pose for a group photo.



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