Real-life 'Pegasus' in Dongguan
2024-05-13 09:13     Source : DongguanToday


Recently, a real-life version of "Pegasus" in Dongguan has gone viral online, with Dongguan racer Guo Xiaopeng's story of winning a motorsports championship by using patchwork, earning widespread praise on the internet.

Championship Motorsports Race

In the video, after winning the championship, Guo Xiaopeng is seen in tears of joy, pointing at the results sheet. With a bit of trembling, he says, "Many people said I couldn't make it, but I really wanted to prove them wrong. Despite having less advanced racing cars and equipment than others, I still won the first place under pressure. When I stood on the stage, every effort was worthwhile!”

Pegasus is an inspirational comedy film directed by Han Han, centered around the theme of racing. The film tells the story of Zhang Chi, a former racing champion who now runs a fried rice stall, deciding to make a comeback in the racing world with his former partner to relive their past glory.

Racing story continues in Dongguan

Dongguan, as a pioneer city of reform and opening up, has been a birthplace of racing culture for a long time. In recent years, the Guangdong Speed Racing International Circuit in Machong, Dongguan, has provided a crucial platform for motorsports in the Greater Bay Area. Various activities such as racing, karting, car exhibitions, and drifting events are frequently held here.

Dongguan's comprehensive cultural environment has also attracted numerous automotive fans and online influencers to settle here. Additionally, many car shows and aftermarket exhibitions are held in Houjie, Dongguan, every year. Dongguan is also home to a large number of bloggers specializing in areas such as used cars, automotive glass, and automotive photography.

In recent years, Dongguan has been accelerating the construction of a new energy industry ecosystem for development and aggregation. It is believed that in the near future, there will be more new forms of automotive culture and racing culture in Dongguan.

Editor: Liu Ke