I think I might need to do a big JZX81-only post sometime soon.16 Comments
What’s normally listed as simply “Corner 7″, and made famous in Keiichi Tsuchiya’s “Drift Bible” (called “Super Drift Technique” in Japan) it’s also known as “Restaurant Corner” because you can see it while eating your lunch in the restaurant. It’s also known as “Benjo Corner” or “Toilet Corner”, because if you open the window of the western-style toilet next to the restaurant, you can watch people drifting while you do your business.12 Comments
I was out at Ebisu Circuit yesterday shooting some snow drifting with Team Orange’s Naoto Suenaga. For those that know Ebisu, the East, West, and Driftland courses have all been ploughed and graded for snow drifting!
January’s almost over, but I thought I’d take a quick look at the server stats and see which photos were the top 25 most downloaded in 2011. A 2011 Noriyaro zeitgeist, if you will.
I just realised I haven’t posted any other photos from this Porsche-drifting day! Yep, that’s Hibino. More coming soon…
Remember the Silvia flipping at the end of the Motorcycle vs. Car Drift Battle 2 video? Here’s a longer version.
I’m glad I run an Icon helmet too!7 Comments
Let’s revisit one of the greatest political rivalries this world has ever seen. The United States of America vs The Russian Federation. However, instead of intercontinental ballistic missiles, let’s instead make use of Nissan missiles!
First, we have a collection of bearded and unbearded gentlemen, the “Bloodmasters”, in New Jersey, directed by Andy Laputka.
Next, we have Tvardovskiy and Felix from the Evil Empire drifting team, directed by Alexander Kuzmichev from Санкт-Петербург.
Well, what did you think? Who wins this one?
In the spirit of friendship, let’s end it with seeing Felix travel to Japan and enter (and win) the G1GP at Ebisu Circuit.
I love the bit where he explains why he was listening to Tchaikovski during the battles.7 Comments
The sequel to the original Motorcycle vs. Car Drift Battle is here.3 Comments
There’s lots of drifting to be seen at the Tokyo Auto Salon this weekend, and that includes Tetsuya Hibino’s new Toyota 86!4 Comments