Indonesia’s need for speed is evident in the large, underground drag racing culture that fuels illicit gambling and wagers, sometimes at the cost of young lives lost on the streets. VICE Indonesia follows one of the young jockeys Eza Chemonk as he races both on the track and in the streets, and provides some insight into what drives these young men to risk life and limb on the streets Indonesia.
Indonesia’s Speed Jockeys
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