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.
Tag Archives: Nissan
Hori Dori #4 was yesterday, and what a day! here is a selection of photos from the morning session. Continue reading
Hellaflush’s first big event on Japanese shores was a huge success, to say the least. While its roots come directly from Japanese custom automotive culture, the term “hellaflush” was first associated with a scene that was technically born Stateside. That said, Japan may be the place where Hellaflush is at its biggest and best.
Last weekend’s Mooneyes All Odds show was a chance to see some interesting Japanese domestic models that have almost disappeared from roads in Japan. This meet-up was all about rare and unusual JDM rides, and there were a few great examples of models that I had never seen before in real life. …And speaking of meet-ups, keep an eye out for our report on Hellaflush Japan coming soon!
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?
Remember our ‘Grass Roots Of Drift’ article? This event is what inspired me to write it. If you want to see some grass roots action or you want to participate yourself you should most definitely be at the next ‘Hori Dori Drift Day’. Continue reading
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.
The Korean car club, KC put on a wicked day at the Hampton skid pad, it was good to see the boys and girls rip it up. Fortunately the rain held off!