This weekend at Fuji Speedway, the All Japan Z Meeting took place. This event is the largest Z meeting in the country, and is held annually at Fuji. This year, Satoru Koyama, the little known D1 competitor brought out his competition Z32.
Koyama-san has been competing in D1 for about 6 years now under the flag of his own shop Powers Factory. This car started as a NA base due to the Z32’s NA offering having no HICAS, so a R200 differential was used in order to increase the ability to change the final diff gearing.
The Gram Light 57Xtremes are a great choice of wheel for the amazingly bright car that this is.
Mission aero replaces the stock body lines with a more aggressive look fit for the track. A Carbon GT Wing and mild carbon front end aero add to the appeal of the older chassis.
The turbocharged VG was built by Escort – a Z specialist shop focusing on drag racing.
The interior is just as you would imagine – stripped of all things unnecessary.
Our good friend Harada-san loved this car so much that it is the reason for him getting Mission aero as well! His inspiration.
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Photos/Japanese Text: Satsuei Seki