Tag Archive: Nobuteru Taniguchi
A very well-done replica of the M7 Japan GT-300 race car taking a break at a Tokyo Expressway parking area.3 Comments
Here’s a couple of photos from the Hot Version shoot I was at about two weeks ago. The mobile phone picture of Daigo Saito’s “Corveighty” that I put up on the Facebook page seemed to get a fairly strong reaction to say the least, so here’s a better photo I took with a camera.
I haven’t seen it run in the dry yet, but in the wet conditions of the day, let’s just say that the squarish new stance looked like it might take some getting used to.
これは斎藤太吾さんの左ハンドル２４０ＳＸ。シボレー コルベットＶ８エンジンが付いている！3 Comments
Ebisu Circuit, July 2004. Ryuji Miki, Nobushige Kumakubo and Yasuyuki Kazama.18 Comments
It’s out! Remember the all-girl ikaten I went to a little while ago?
I posted the preview of the latest Drift Tengoku DVD last week, and it came out today!
I’m not going to post the video itself, so here’s some screenshots.5 Comments
More from the Fuji Speedway Gyaruten!
Sacchan’s team dressed up as maids for the driver introductions, but Sacchan kept her outfit on all day.15 Comments
I couldn’t help myself.
Yesterday was the video shoot for the latest Best Motoring Hot Version DVD, in which challengers who had managed to qualify on previous “Road to Gunsai” DVDs were brought together to see who is the current king of Gunsai touge. Just in case you were wondering, Gunsai is a portmanteau of Gunma Cycle Center. The track is a cycling circuit, believe it or not!
As I mentioned before, I’ve been working for Hot Version part-time on their shoots, so this time I kept a proper camera in my pocket to take a few pics for you guys to see.30 Comments
It’s awesome that I came all the way to Japan to go drifting, but I conveniently get to watch American drifting as well.
The 2010 Mustang just looks and sounds bad ass too. Steve McQueen would be pleased.2 Comments
When we were at Mizunami Circuit the other day, I noticed that NOB rolled in with a car that looked like his Vertex Ridge-kitted 180SX, but in black instead of red.
Turns out someone had rear-ended him, and the panelbeater had suggested repainting the whole car with something new, so NOB decided on “makkuro”, or “pitch black”.20 Comments