Ever wonder what all those Japanese guys are talking about on all those videos? Want to know what some of them really think about drifting? Here’s a look behind the curtain at the recent Formula Drift Japan round held at Fuji Speedway, thanks to Yousuke Suga at SC Films.Comment on this article
I’m sure a lot of people have heard about Formula Drift announcing that they will be running events in Japan, so after the official announcement was made last weekend, I asked a few questions and found out a bit more about what the Formula Drift events in Japan are going to be like.6 Comments
You can always count on the MSC guys to get some great pics of all the cars that attend their events. The report from the last round at Mobara Circuit went up yesterday, and here’s the official shot of my Mark II.
Here’s the shot of Nishi Tokorozawa Racing, the triple team I entered in with Shino and her boyfriend Yoshio in the Silvia. You can see the team stickers on the bottom-right of the windscreens.
Shino was driving her practice R32 Skyline, as it would have been a bit tricky to match an AE86 in with large turbo cars. AE86 fans needn’t worry though, as Shino hasn’t given up on them just yet. As I literally type this, she’s doing an expressway run down to Osaka to run in her new Expert OZ engine rebuild.
If you’re interested in seeing more, here’s the link to the Mobara round report on the MSC site.Comment on this article
At least my pose was better than my result.
Hrm, I was one person to the right of the banner last time too…5 Comments
Remember I said that I’d bring you some action shots of Asayan’s AE86? Does Noriyaro deliver or what?
The ending of the photo sequence is not quite what Asayan might have liked, however.16 Comments
It’s funny to finally see yourself on a website you’ve been following for years.
Link to the rest of the pics here.22 Comments
Where’s Wally?15 Comments
So, I managed to get into the final six in beginner class at MSC Challenge, Round 3 at Nikko Circuit.
Not a bad result, I’d say!31 Comments
When your name’s up in lights and you’re doing a static burnout just before launching out onto a drift track to do the smokiest, loudest, closest drift demo runs you can for a big crowd, you pretty much know you have it made.
MSC’s invitation-only event at Odaiba. Photos say it best.16 Comments