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KANTO TOUGE: Autumn leaves

By in 10-11-2008 12:30 am

Standing on a concrete retaining wall in the middle of the mountains in the early hours of an Autumn morning is one of the colder ways to spend your time.

Every couple of minutes though, you can forget the cold for a few seconds when a bunch of these rush by.


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KANTO TOUGE: somewhere in East Japan

By in 04-11-2008 11:00 pm

After an entire week of D1 photos, it seems like a good time to take a break from drifting’s biggest spectacle. We don’t have much really have much choice in that matter though, since there’s not going to be another round held until the weather gets a lot colder, and then a lot warmer again here in Japan.

Touge drifting is where D1’s roots lie, so here’s a photo set from recent weeks of an unnamed course deep in the mountains. Rumour was that a certain AE86 bearing Yamanashi plates regularly seen at this touge course belonged to a D1 driver seen in the previous article.