Friday and the G1-GP was massive but the weekend was about to break loose when the gates to the Ebisu compound opened to the general public on Saturday morning. Read more after the jump… Read more
Established in 1970, Nakayama Circuit in Okayama Prefecture is one of the 4 original JAF approved race tracks in Japan and just oozes old school everywhere you look.
After declaring bankruptcy in April last year it looked like we’d seen the last of Sekia Hills, but it’s open again with a few events being held there recently.
If we see some wacky automotive modifications here in Japan we try our best to meet up with the owner of the car in question to get the inside story. Sometimes this is only possible if the sun and moon are aligned correctly, and in this case they were!
Power Vehicles is one of the best known exporter of ex-D1 cars and other big name race cars from Japan! In the drifting equivalent of “endless summer” they have moved their operations to Ebisu circuit. Read more
Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan: At around 2:00AM (JST) this morning a 15 year old school girl was admitted to hospital with massive injuries after being hit by a car which was drifting in a car park. Read more
Every so often I’ll have a good dig around the JDM internet, I personally can’t read Japanese but sometimes you can get an idea of where you’re heading by rolling over the link to see where it points as that is usually in English. Here are some links I’ve come across that will help you get through Monday! Read more
Who said there is no money in drift.
At the recent Nostalgic Car Show in Tokyo’s Odaiba, 7Tune got busy talking with a few people in the know about a certain two door coupe. Read more
For those not familiar with Japfest, it’s touted as the “largest Japanese car show in Europe” and previous years saw the cream of the UK J-scene turn up. However, the 2009 edition didn’t seem to offer a real representation of where the UK scene is at the moment. Read more