It’s always exciting going somewhere new. Continue reading
Once again in the coming weeks the years first Chiba Damashi will be happening at Mobara Circuit so I thought it would be cool to have a look back at the previous year’s autumn Chiba Damashi. For those of you who don’t know, Chiba Damashi, 千葉魂, which translates to Chiba Soul is a bi-annual event at Mobara Circuit run by the locals from Chiba and is by far one of the biggest attractions of the year. I hope to see everyone out there again for the 2014 Spring event. Continue reading
After a while the crispy fall air had bitten hard into my bare hands and I jumped into the Laurel for a quick reheat. Meanwhile some of the newer guys had a veteran show them the course before everyone set out to drift. Mind you, there were already people drifting. The screams of burning tires was reverberating through the steep mountains and I could see the flickering of headlights amongst the foliage above us. It was pretty cool. Continue reading
A friend of many people and local visitor of the touge had set up a small event for a handful of people to attend. Mainly to gather friends and have a blast before the un-drivable snow covered roads of winter came. However, this event also marked his last day or night on the mountains with a specific car.
That car, a big body sedan, a Crown, and with various splashes of personal touches, lately had became quite popular on the internet and in magazines.
I had plans to head out to Fuji for a drift event this Sunday but because of the rain a joint decision was made to save money and just spend the day safely in town. So instead of going to Fuji, I called Park and asked him if he wanted to go to the MoonEyes meet. Even though the weather was not its best we took our chances and headed out. The rain proved to be a bit of a nuisance but we managed to see a few cool cars.
This Skyline was pretty unique!