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S’porean racer killed in Sepang crash

May 19, 2014 - 11:15pm

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He was an experienced motorcyclist and a careful racer. So careful that when news broke on Sunday that Singaporean biker Milton Poh Kim Seng, 41 , had crashed, his family couldn’t believe he had died.

A close relative, who declined to be named, told The New Paper yesterday: “It was a freak accident. I was shocked when I found out about it.”

Mr Poh, who was a leading steward with Singapore Airlines, was killed in an accident at the Sepang International Circuit while racing in the Malaysian Super Series.

He was involved in a crash with Italian racer Leonardo Sacchetto, 42, shortly after the race flagged off at around 12.30pm.

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