S'porean biker, 30, dies at Johor race track
He was practicing at the Pasir Gudang race track in Johor.
But somehow, Singaporean biker Muhamad Hafiz Haron skidded and lost control of his motorcycle yesterday (Oct 8) - as he was making a turn at the popular circuit.
Tragically, the 30-year-old died at the scene, New Straits Times reported.
Seri Alam district police chief Supt Abd Samad Salleh as saying the victim, a Singapore Immigrations and Customs Authority officer, was riding a Suzuki GSX 600cc superbike when he was believed to have lost control while negotiating Turn 3 of the JCircuit racetrack.
The Johor Circuit is popular with Singaporeans. YouTube screengrab.
Muhamad Hafiz is believed to have suffered head and neck injuries.
His body was sent to the Sultan Ismail Hospital for a post-mortem.
Sources: NST, Malaysian Digest, YouTube