Event: R’s Meeting 2011 – Fuji Speedway v.1

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Have you ever had one of those months that seems to last only a few days?  Between work and my unnatural, incessant need to constantly be inside of an airplane, it feels as if I haven’t been home for more than a few hours each week.  It shows in the site traffic too; so here to remedy this is the first installment of the GT-R Magazine R’s Meeting 2011 at Fuji Speedway.  I gave you a preview of JDM Clips’ coverage when I posted the Encounter with Auto Gallery Yokohama’s R32, but past the break is the first round of event coverage.  Enjoy.

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A nice generational line-up – sans the R33

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Even the parking lot at shows like this become mini shows totally in themselves.

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Menacing shot of the Fujimura Auto built Rocket Dancer R34 ready to tear up Fuji.

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Looks great on the TE-37 SL’s.  I’d love for this car to be white or black though.

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One lucky dude about to ride shotty around the Speedway in the Mines R35; the only person luckier than him is the driver.

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There was just as much action in the garage area as well.

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With each passing event, the R35 is becoming more and more apparent in it’s role as successor to the R34.  It’s popularity has grown beyond imagination. I think much of this should be credited to the aftermarket tuning companies who really bolster the R35 as the next-gen platform.

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One of the famous ATTKD R33’s.

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Fuji was open all day for those wanting to test the limits of their Skylines.

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Another shot of the Fujimura Auto R34 for kicks.  You can catch a glimpse of the MCR R35 behind it.

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A big thanks to JDM Clips for the coverage.  Check back soon for part 2 of R’s Meeting coverage and, as always, thanks for visiting.

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