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♡Team Fanta + Mobara Circuit ♡

モバラーだよー!

After the adventures of the night before, covered in the recent post Adventures of Carboys Circuit Soul, HighTopFade and I traveled around northern Chiba area in search for cool parts and good times.  While I can’t disclose any of our secret singing sessions just quite yet, the day after we traveled to Mobara Circuit to watch the guys from Sexy Knights and their friends drift.  Alex from CircuitSoul was very busy with all his business stuff and working out plans with the other teams so letting him do his thing I had my own adventure meeting the guys from Team Fanta.  This is really just a small portion of what happened.  The day was so full of great moments and people.  I’m glad I had the chance to meet them and look forward to seeing them drift again.  Team Fanta! Enjoy the content, thanks for reading!

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☆A friend’s Gx71 Mark ii Wagon★

Clean, simple, and almost stock.  “Almost…”

You don’t mind how under powered this car is when you ride in it.  It sounds good, handles well and is a wagon to boot.  It’s versatility and classic timeless boxy shape make this car a great daily driver.

I really wanted to just show these two pictures and let them do the talking.

~Matt

☆A taste of HellaFlush Fuji 2012 – Part 1☆

We arrived mid show at Fuji Speedway.  Pulling into the parking lot in a large train of rumbling Porsches turned heads and lots of people walked over from their cars to catch us rolling in.  I felt like a celebrity! Continue reading

☆GX71 Cresta – Ebina parking lot show stopper☆

At Ebina parking lot it might be some what common if you work there since it is a main stop for many traveling back and forth from car events at Fuji Speedway.

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✳AE86 Matsuri – Part 2✳

The AE86 event was at the top of the hill inside a mini theme park with area to hang out and take your family.  Kind of like a fun center but more in touch with nature.  There’s a small hole in the fence if you travel down the road and take a short cut through some small neighborhood.  We got a few odd looks from a few locals.  I bet they were thinking, “Why are two foreigners in this tiny street up on this mountain in the middle of nowhere.”  But it saved us some money when we had walked all the way from the station.

Right as we passed through the fence and walked up there were personnel for the event just a few yards ahead and we just tried to act super natural and walked by.

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