Most people who own a modified car have thought at one point that it would be nice to build two of them, one for the street and one purely for the circuit. Takuya Takahashi has done just that. Let’s have a look at his matching-opposite pair of AE86s.
You might have seen the AE85 I picked up recently in one of the posts below this one. Check out the daily-driver that belongs to the guy I purchased it from!
Even though there’s a little bit more interest in Daigo’s new R35 project car right now, let’s have a little look at his current D1GP JZx100 Mark II when it debuted at the D1GP at Ebisu Circuit.
Believe it or not, this is a drift car. Read on.
You’ve probably forgotten about the infamous Kawashima Celica by now. That wonderful bit of internet drama-bait that was the winner of the 2011 and 2012 “most downloaded picture of the year” award on Noriyaro, and the star of a badly-shot Youtube video that has over 3.6 million views.
Well, it’s back. Even wider, lower and more cambered than before. Here it is, sitting at a panel shop somewhere in Tokyo, awaiting some final touches.
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Remember seeing this pic of the Bee☆R BRZ that I shot a while ago, but still wanted to see a bit more? Readers in the UK and anywhere else Banzai magazine is available can pick up the latest issue and enjoy reading the full feature!
No matter how many times you see something and say “only in Japan”, it just keeps on happening.
With that said, here’s an itasha WRX doing some yonku (AWD) drifting at Honjo Circuit.