April has been a huge month at Fuji Speedway this year. In particular, the sights and smells of more than 300 of the most deeply loved and respected classics turned out under warm temperatures and blue skies to put on an all encompassing car meet to end all car meets.
The 2010 JCCA Jamboree at the Fuji Speedway was home to not just cars but legends from the past…
While scouring the pits for the best cars to show you from the 2010 JCCA Fuji Speedway Jamboree, I came across this wild, stripped out SA22C Savanna Mazda RX-7…
According to sources,”…ballooning development costs will result in a more expensive Toyota FT-86 when it arrives late next year…”
I was at FSW recently to take care of a few matters – one the Skyline GTS-T you saw in a previous post and the other being the massive event being held that day – the 2010 JCCA Classic Car Fuji Jamboree.
The Japanese are unique when it comes to the way they put their cars together and none are better at shocking the people that see them…
I received an email recently from a friend of mine, Julien Beraud, who has developed quite a taste for the Japanese way of life and more importantly, Japanese cars. Julien is the owner of two Skylines; a 600HP V-Spec R34 that he recently acquired and this rare gem, a genuine one of a kind, Veilside R32 GTS-T.
You’ve been asking for it for years and It’s been along time in the making but finally we’re going ahead! The first full production 7Tune T-Shirt! Get behind the site and show your support by purchasing our shirt! Read more
Some eagle eyed readers over at Australian and American VIP Websites, aus-vip.com and vipstylecars.com have made the discovery that the very car in the Crazy Camber videos once shocked viewers in a very similar way not too long ago.
Our friends at Autoblog and Speedhunters were kind enough to inform us of their enthusiasm for a video we at 7tune shot of the car you see in the post below.
Styles have been intensifying of late and some styles refuse to be taken lightly, none more so than when it comes to the stance of a car.
Oni ( 鬼 ) is the Japanese word for demon or ogre. When it comes to cars, it’s about running the absolute craziest amount of camber possible and in the pursuit of going over the top, wheels are coming close to sitting horizontally – supporting the cars weight on a contact patch of no more than 2 inches a corner in some cases.
Today was a HUGE day. Not only was I fortunate enough to shoot a Veilside Skyline original from 1993 and attend the biggest classic car meet of the year at Fuji Speedway under perfect blue skies, on the return trip home I was accosted by the sight of at least a hundred VIP cars returning from a meet somewhere in western Japan.
You know how it is when you’re minding you own business driving down the road, not really tuned into anything when something suddenly grabs your attention and makes your neck snap the other way?