The flip side of all this is, naturally, what’s going on now. The grassroots drift scene in Japan is as alive as it ever was and events like BariDoriTen do a great job of catering to both generations. It’s true that nowadays many of the younger people jump straight into car ownership, they still have a working knowledge of their predecessors. There’s no discrimination between age here, which makes for an event where some can relive their youth while others are experiencing it in the present.
With another weekend trip to Japan under my belt this month, I’m finally back home for the night. Yeah that’s right, for the night. I have to wake up tomorrow and fly to Dallas […]
This past weekend I flew up to Nor-cal to attend Wekfest which was held in San Jose this past Sunday. Saturday night though, Huy and I took some time to drive up Highway 9 […]
There’s something incredibly peaceful about dawn; a time of limited movement, of still air, a time of recollection. A perfect time to drive out to your favorite location to watch the sun rise. Head […]
. New wallpaper available of the ZENT GT500 SC430 at Fuji Speedway in scene – click here to go to the desktop page to see it in high resolution. .
. Hey NDF! I just got home from an awesome day in downtown Long Beach shooting the first round of Formula Drift and wanted to post up a little preview. Click here, or visit the […]
. I decided to throw up a little preview of the J’s Racing Fair in desktop form for you guys. Click the image for 1680x viewing pleasure. Stay tuned or check out JDM Clips for […]
. 1680x This was a pretty popular post, topping nearly 1,000 views, so I decided it would be fitting for a desktop post. Here’s a 1680x shot for your viewing pleasure. . .
I apologize for the lack of posts this month. I’ve been super busy with life (& GT5), and have really been putting off finding content. I was supposed to head to Irwindale today after work to check out Industry Day, but got tipped off that it wasn’t all that (thanks Addy). To hold you over I’ll post this desktop that Taka sent over of the Japan GT Castrol NSX. Click past the break for some desktop links.
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When you’re on the observation floor of the Landmark Tower you are treated to four different viewing angles. The view from these shots overlooks Sakuragicho Station, and shoots off towards Kannai and Ofuna. I thought these two night and day shots of similar views would make for cool desktops. Click past the break for other sizes. Enjoy!
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