March 6th, 2013
The Idlers event is a circuit day held at Tsukuba Circuit just north of Tokyo. I’m sure you, just like myself have previewed an uncountable amount of articles, publications and reports on this specific day. Incase you’re in a bit of a daze about the whole event here is a brief rundown; Idlers Club is a Tokyo-based community built purely from the raw, nostalgic European clubman-style racing. Here you’ll find a vast range of classes from FWD Mini Coopers to 600hp naturally aspirated wide-body Porsche’s. Idlers host a number of meetings – the circuit days are taken place at the ever so famous Tsukuba Circuit, where as the endurance races are held further south in the Kansai region of Japan at Twin Ring Motegi.
After a 2 day bender of non-stop shooting and a forecast of heavy rain on Sunday we thought we’d take the chance and head to Tsukuba for the Spring Idlers meeting with Nakai-san. To be perfectly honest, I thought it was going to be a paddock filled with RWB Porsches, however, Japan, once again proved me wrong. Be sure to check out the desktop of this Fairlady x