Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Ten Malaysians to duke it out in the upcoming MediaCorp Subaru Car Challenge 2017 for a chance to win a Subaru XV 2.0i-P


The Subaru Palm Challenge 2017 - Malaysia Face-Off took place over the past weekend at the Piazza, over at The Curve, Mutiara Damansara. After 8 hours and 9 minutes, there were 10 Malaysians that had managed to outlast other hopefuls through pure determination, and qualify for the MediaCorp Subaru Car Challenge 2017 – The Asian Face-Off in Singapore on the 28 – 31 October 2017. A Subaru XV 2.0i-P is awaiting the overall winner.

The Malaysian hopefuls will face 390 contestants from all over the Asian region. All want a chance at bringing home a brand new Subaru XV 2.0i-P. It may take days before a victor is declared as these are now regional winners and they can carry on keeping their palms on a Subaru for at least 8 hours minimum.

Contestants also stand a chance to win cash prizes for being Country Winner which will be awarded to the last person standing with their palm on a Subaru from each country. The Asian Winner will be awarded to the last person standing from all regional countries except Singapore as well as a Country Team prize for the longest surviving country which is calculated by adding each individual team member’s time together. There will be participants from Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

This is a contest that one would need strength and stamina to outlast all the other players. Aside from Motor Image, the competition is also sponsored by Brooks, the sports shoe maker, and Fitness First.

All the best to the Malaysian contingent!

Mohd Khairul Quayum Bin Mohamad Yusoff
 Sim Chong Yie
 Yeong Shoa Yei
 Tan Hong Sheng
 Mohd Faizal Bin Mohd Nor
 Mohammad Jazmi Bin Azman
 Tan Chuan Kok
  Lai Zhu Chuan
 Kartigesu A/L Suppiah
Chang Wei Khang


MEDIA RELEASE
TEN MALAYSIAN FINALISTS TO TAKE ON MEDIACORP SUBARU CAR
CHALLENGE 2017 – ASIAN FACE-OFF
Hopeful finalists to battle it out for a brand new Subaru XV2.0i-P in Singapore

PETALING JAYA, 24 July 2017 – Motor Image Malaysia, the exclusive distributor of Subaru vehicles in
Malaysia, just announced the 10 finalists that will be representing the country in the upcoming MediaCorp
Subaru Car Challenge 2017 – The Asian Face-Off in Singapore.

The Subaru Palm Challenge 2017 - Malaysia Face-Off took place yesterday at Piazza, The Curve, Mutiara
Damansara. After 8 hours and 9 minutes, the 10 Malaysians managed to out battle other hopefuls through pure will and determination, and qualify for the grand finale in Singapore.

To stay in the running, the participants kept their palms on the vehicle at all times and were only granted 5-
minute breaks every six hours to have meals or visit the washroom. They also had to endure challenging
conditions, including scorching heat and a series of tough challenges.

“It’s awesome and I’m proud to be back! The challenge is the craziest elimination round and it is not as easy as it seems.” – Tan Chuan Kok

“It feels so good to be part of the Top 10 team and representing Malaysia for this competition. I’m also doing this for my family, and my hope is to break the record and be the first Malaysian to win the grand prize!” – Mohammad Jazmi bin Azman

“Subaru Palm Challenge sounds easy, but it is NOT! And it's Awesome!” – Kartigesu A/L Suppiah

1. Mohd Khairul Quayum Bin Mohamad Yusoff
2. Yeong Shoa Yei
3. Tan Hong Sheng
4. Mohd Faizal Bin Mohd Nor
5. Mohammad Jazmi Bin Azman
6. Tan Chuan Kok
7. Lai Zhu Chuan
8. Sim Chong Yie
9. Kartigesu A/L Suppiah
10. Chang Wei Khang

At the MediaCorp Subaru Car Challenge 2017 – The Asian Face-Off in Singapore, the 10 Malaysian finalists will face 390 other participants from Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam for a brand new Subaru XV 2.0i-P.

Contestants also stand a chance to win cash prizes for being Country Winner – awarded to the last person
standing from each country; Asian Winner – awarded to the last person standing from all regional countries
except Singapore; and a Country Team prize for the longest surviving country – calculated by adding each
individual team member’s time together.

The Subaru Palm Challenge - Malaysia Face-Off 2017 is supported by Brooks & Fitness First.

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