C210 from oita prefecture at osaka kyusha expo in 2016 x

longnose MZ10 on deep kamagaya wide-wheel at fuji speedway for 1980s meeting x

higashi-osaka in the afternoon with yamaguchi-san from carmakeacross. 800KG K20 EK with plenty of carbon fibre x

another trip to japan, 3.5 weeks and just over 6,000km’s traveled. お疲れ様でした。海ほたるパーキングでの渋いXX x

大黒パーキングエリアでの雅彦さんと岡田さんのめちゃ低いマシン x

相模湖でのスカイラインミーチィング x

The first course we checked out at the Spring Matsuri was of course, Nishi which is the West course. There were a bunch of cars going crazy as per usual. This A31 Cefiro was sitting low and pretty in the pit area and definitely sounded as tough as it looks. Heaps to come from Ebisu x

Bosozoku Bikes

September 3rd, 2012

Judging my past experiences, whenever there is a meet up of cars whether it was at a large PA or on the street or even conbennie these dudes will be there making the atmosphere that little bit more exciting. I’ve only ever seen a huge number of them riding together back in 2010 when around 300+ rolled into Daikoku PA. Apart from that I’ve only ever seen around 10-30 of them at once, which is still an experience in itself! I couldn’t even begin to imagine how rowdy these guys were a few decades ago. x

August 11th, 2011

As you may know on our Facebook we’ve constantly been posting images of this car every now and then, but now you deserve a closer look at this little EF Civic. Firstly, I spotted this car at Meihan Sports Land at the Wreck `Em day, it actually arrived quite late. As soon as it rolled in I was immediately hooked and managed to get a closer look before it hit the track.

The driver that arrived in this little machine seemed to be good friends with the Team Burst drivers. After a few sessions on the track Nakamura started to drive it on the track behind the Team Burst trains, managing to get it on 3 wheels into most corners. As you may know, I have a crazy fetish for older cars, one being EF Civics. This one is styled so perfectly it’s a car I would not change at all. The interior is completely stripped with only a few bare essentials such as this Bride drivers seat, also a full roll-cage. 

As for the exterior it’s very basic. I’m unsure on the wheels but they seem to look like a very old style of 14″ Enkei’s, maybe you guys might be know? Here it is parked up in front of the Team Burst PS13.

What’s a Civic without the authentic Honda Primo windshield banner? It’s the little things that count.

Back into the interior I noticed a little RAZO shift knob, such a neat change.

The standard dash and cluster remains, however that’s about all apart from an aftermarket dished steering wheel too! These types of cars scream out so much to me, I really wish I could explain how lovely it sounded. I really want to shoot more of these next time I’m in Japan.