The man dubbed Hong Kong's 'god of racing' finally ran out of road when he decided to test his skills at the Macau Grand Prix. Jim Cheong-shing, 39, jumped bail last year when facing two charges of taking cars without permission, two of driving while disqualified and two of driving without third-party insurance. Police had failed to track him down, but he was spotted again in Macau last November when he took part in a motorcycle race and came third. Alerted he was back on the streets, police tracked him down and finally arrested him on Friday in Mongkok. He appeared in court yesterday where magistrate Robert McNair fixed a hearing for April 1. North Kowloon Court heard that the trial, originally fixed for last May, was delayed three times after car salesman Jim failed to turn up, citing illness. It was alleged he took a car from outside a Tsim Sha Tsui hotel on two occasions in September 1995. He denied the charges. Jim also failed to appear in the District Court in July where he was accused of conspiring to blackmail, claiming to be a triad member and theft. Jim was held in custody to appear in the District Court tomorrow.