Tag Archive: Nikko Circuit
Tec Arts crew. Doing what should be done.19 Comments
I was going to editorialise a bit here, but since it was going to be unrelated to AE86s, and because my column for the UK’s Banzai Magazine is due in a couple of days and I need to save up my opinion juice, I’ll save it for another post.
Until then, enjoy the first half of Noriyaro’s coverage of the 6th of August AE86 meeting at Nikko Circuit.27 Comments
Records are made to be broken.
Behold, the breaker.25 Comments
You utter a curseword and try to do something about it with the steering wheel and pedals, then there’s that sound like someone stomping on a really big soda can.
You look at the other guy, nod in a gentlemen’s agreement and drive back to the pits to inspect the damage.13 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
Practicing close drifting inevitably results in damage. Repainting and restickering panels costs money, as does replacing suspension parts, and extra usage of a stressed race engine will only shorten its lifespan.
What’s the best way for a high-level driver to get in some practice without the equally high repair bills?
Drift a missile!18 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
Remember this S15 Silvia I posted a while ago?
I caught up with the owner again at Nikko Circuit, but this time his JZX100 Mark II driving buddy came along!12 Comments