Back with more matsuri-action from Ebisu!
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It’s that time of year again, when drivers from all corners of the globe converge on what is known as ‘drift heaven’ in the hills of northern Japan. The two-day event has been made famous in thousands of images, videos, and stories of what make Ebisu Drift Matsuri’s such a unique experience. Here’s a look at this year’s Autumn Drift Matsuri!
Mobara circuit, about two hours east of Tokyo, was the location for the final round of MSC-hosted competitions this year. The event was judged by professional drivers, including the world famous Orido Manabu who also got a bit of track time in his Ridox Supra. There were individual, tsuiso (chase) style, and triple tsuiso team events, with plenty of non-stop action throughout the day.
We’re back with more shots from the recent drift/grip festival hosted by Tec-Art’s at Nikko Circuit. Cars were divided into three classes, with practice sessions all morning, and competition in the afternoon. The event was also covered by Japanese tuning magazine G-Works, so our readers in Japan can look for that in their next issue. As for our photos, check the rest out below.
AE86 tuning shop Tec-Art’s hosted an open track day at Nikko Circuit. There was an interesting variety of cars that turned up for the event, which split the track time between drift and grip. The weather was a bit sketchy at times, but there was no shortage of circuit action. Some highlights after the jump.
Hori Dori #4 was yesterday, and what a day! here is a selection of photos from the morning session. Continue reading
We at Track to Street have been following the Hori Dori Drift Days for some time as you will have seen in our previous posts. Through this coverage we have seen a massive improvement in those who attend. However there is something missing. Continue reading
Dropped by Mobara Twin Circuit just long enough to catch a few practice rounds of the D1 Street Legal Central Division event. How about a quick look?
With Rauh Welt-Begriff mania taking the spotlight at Tsukuba Circuit’s most recent Idlers Games, you’d think the other cars that turned up would fade into the shadows. That didn’t turn out to be the case at all, as there was plenty of variety to hold your attention while the Porsches took a break to cool down.
Yesterday’s Idlers Games at Tsukuba circuit, just a short drive north of Tokyo, was the stuff of dreams for any Porsche fan. While Idlers Games is a track day that welcomes cars from a variety of different classes, it’s the presence of the countless Rauh Welt-Begriff tuned Porsches that dominate the event. Continue reading