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
Noriyaro will be taking a short break from now until the New Year, and will return around the 10th of January.
Just in time for the Tokyo Auto Salon!
Back at the last Drift Matsuri, I had the pleasure of meeting Russian drifter Felix Chitipakhovyan and his cameraman for the trip, Alexander Kuzmichev, when they came to Ebisu Circuit to compete in the third round of the foreigner-only G1GP.
On top of managing to win the competition, Felix did the usual sightseeing around Tokyo as well, but with a Stig-like twist!
For those who follow the Noriyaro Facebook page, you would have noticed a few pics live-posted from the AE86 Matsuri last weekend, an event organised by Ken Satoh from Mercury and Shino from Shinokouba.
For now, enjoy this video of the first few laps and an interesting red-flag incident of the N2-class race.3 Comments
No clever titles for this post, just watch the video.5 Comments
It’s good to see that “Thunderstruck” is still a popular song to play at events like this.
OK, so I couldn’t help doing some “Takumi Fujiwara” style posing. I had my jacket on because it was really cold that day, so just pretend it’s from the 3rd Stage movie.
Yeah that’s right, I’m already making Initial D references…14 Comments
The 86 meets the Godfather, Daijiro Inada, and “the family”.
…and I managed to get a drive!5 Comments