January 23rd, 2011

Here it is, The yellow JZX 100 Mark II. These two Chasers sounded unbelievably tough as the howling of the 1JZ’s echoed throughout the Daikoku PA circular highway. Being the first of many cars to enter the car park, I sure was excited to see what else would roll through.

A lot of cars head to Daikoku for one particular thing, Street drifting. By the look of this Mark II I think it’s driven exactly for that purpose. On the other hand, the 100 on the right of it looks to be a little cleaner, however in saying that I don’t think it would just be a daily driver.

Half of the rear bar full of yellow electrical tape, maybe this is the new zipties? In my eyes, these cars are to die for. Daikoku PA was just one big adrenaline rush particularly shooting cars like these.

January 23rd, 2011

After a full day of action at Fuji Raceway, we were yet again blessed with a great number of cars parked up at Daikoku PA located in Yokohama Bay. One thing about our Japan trip, we didn’t have time to scratch our backsides, Day in, day out we always had a packed schedule. Nigel managed to sneak into this photo having a closer look at the rear.
Rather then the images sitting in iPhoto, I’ll try my best to get every single photo I took on the blog.

This JZX rocked in at about 09:30PM alongside a JZX 100 Mark II, which I’ll be showing you some images of in the next post.

I strongly believe that 4 door sedans and Work VSKF’s work extremely well together. If I ever move to Japan, I would definitely consider one of these.

January 5th, 2011

My love for miatas grows.

January 4th, 2011

I’d give anything to be back here right now…

December 22nd, 2010

December 1st, 2010

I’m going to kick off December with these two characters I met at Daikoku PA last month. As soon as I told them I was from Australia they didn’t want to stop talking to me! They where more than happy to let me have a look around there cars and take some photos!

November 16th, 2010