Red car owners and white car owners unite to celebrate National Day

Submitted by Stomper Jamez

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Twenty car owners drove their vehicles to an open-air carpark at Raffles Boulevard under the Benjamin Sheares Bridge for a special photo shoot on July 24.

Half the automobiles were red and half were white. Why? The photo shoot was to celebrate National Day.

Sharing photos of the shoot, Stomper Jamez recounted: "Red and white cars were seen going around Singapore celebrating the nation's 57th birthday with lots of pride and love. Many car enthusiasts and car owners joined in to celebrate together.

"As you can see, the cars lined up near the Singapore Flyer to do a photo shoot to support our country's iconic place. It was nice to see different types of cars in red and white enjoying the shoot. We will stay united and strong as ever rolling down the street."

The Stomper drives a red Porsche Panamera.

The car owners were brought together by an Instagram user named Royal See, who told Stomp: "I texted them individually over Instagram, pulled them into a Telegram group and disseminated the info there."

He added: "We did it at a place with very little traffic for the purpose of National Day, not affecting the public."

He posted the end result on Instagram on Singapore's birthday.

The red car models were the:

  1. Alfa Romeo Giulia
  2. Audi A3
  3. BMW 523i
  4. Honda Accord CL7R
  5. Honda Civic FD1
  6. Honda Civic FD2R
  7. Honda Shuttle
  8. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 9
  9. Porsche Panamera
  10. Volkswagen Golf Mk 7.5

The white cars models were the:

  1. Honda Civic FD2R
  2. Honda Integra DC5R
  3. Mercedes-Benz A45
  4. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 9
  5. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 10
  6. Subaru Impreza WRX 2.5M
  7. Toyota Corolla Levin AE86
  8. Toyota Mark X
  9. Toyota Supra
  10. Volkswagen Scirocco Mk3

This year, Stompers have shown the different unique ways they marked National Day. Earlier this week, four runners completed 57km overnight to celebrate Singapore's 57th birthday while another Stomper collected bricks because he said: "Singaporeans are like bricks when we are together, we become stronger as a nation."