I was at the 2014 1JZ Meeting when I was handed a flyer for an event called “Mark II Tribe” being held by Car Make T&E at Fuji Speedway’s Drift Course.
A Mark II-only event? I’m there!1 Comment
I was up in Gunma the other day, so I stopped in to visit N-Style, a bodyshop that has made quite a few cars that have featured previously on Noriyaro.
The shop’s owner Nagahama nearly fell over when I pulled up in my van, as I was the last person he expected to show up on a Tuesday afternoon. After enjoying a can of coffee and having a quick chat, I poked around the yard to see what made up his latest lineup of personal cars.7 Comments
Do you want to experience drifting in Japan, but either can’t or don’t want to buy a car? I may have the answer for you.
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!
This film shot of the Noriyaro AE85kai was taken by Keisuke Nagashima from 86fighters when he came out to the AE86 festival at Sports Land Yamanashi a couple of months ago.
I have a fairly big video about this car coming up soon, so look forward to that!4 Comments
Let’s start abother regular night at Daikoku Futo with a nice JZX100. This one belongs to a drifter named Iwase.
I’ve been throwing my R32 GTS-t Skyline practice car at Ebisu’s walls for almost three years now, and it’s still going strong. I’m wondering if I should sell it while it’s still running and get something new or keep it and fix it up a bit. Either way, it’s been a beast!
When I was at Nikko Circuit the other week shooting the video in the previous post, I also took a few pics of the Ito Auto/Project Mu D1SL cars as they were out practicing.
First car on the team is the Ito Auto’s boss, “Manki” Ito in his JZX100 Chaser.1 Comment