Coming up in around a month is this years annual Skyline festival at Fuji speedway. Its a model specific version of the more famous Nismo festival and skyline lovers wet dream.
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Wold wide there’s arguments about what’s JDM or if certian mods are period correct or purely if a rig rides low enough. In Japan it partially flips the other way around.
I recieved the perfect gift for Christmas… Return tickets to Japan, which means i need to post up everything from last trip before I end up with more images to share.
Rolling around in a hire car I spotted this 1200 ute. Here in Australia they pop up now and again but are generally restored and pretty uninspiring, not often enough do you see a registered version with a bunch of unique features.
Nothing much needs to be said… its an amazing video!
In a field of race cars that are built up from bare shells there was one very eye catching S13. Takanori Yoshida is creating a name for himself in the series by doing things a little differently. Most setups are based around 500+ HP, 17 and 18in wheels and semi slick tyres in the 275/35 range. It makes sense from a competitive point of view. Wheels and tyres at this size combined with ridiculous power is a sure fire way to get big speed.
The idea of a hire car was to make the trip from Himeji to Okayama for D1GP easy and avoid the hassles of public transport and taxis. We left early to see practice and qualifying before the battles started, it’s worth missing an hour sleep to see the drivers testing the limits and also get a small peak at the smaller name teams battling to get a spot in the best 16.
Had these pic’s floating around for a while, one very emaculate 1st gen Chaser (MX40) rolling on Work Equip 01’s
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Continuing on from part one at Top Secret….. I didn’t really have any idea where I was in relation to public transport, no internet in sight. This is what I planned for in Japan, getting lost somewhere far from home and hopefully making the midnight last train. I had optimistically printed out maps to two Up Garages hoping to have time to make it to at least one.
Continue reading ‘Picture this… (Part 2/2)’