YZ Circuit x MSC Challenge x motorFIX E7, the simplicity… x

motorFIX KE70

July 13th, 2012

Nozumu Sakai-San throwing down at MSC, YZ Circuit x

motorFIX E7 Wagon

July 5th, 2012

The ever so famous motorFIX E7 wagon from the Kansai region of Japan, Nagoya. This car is seriously cool in real life, so much to look at but have to resist touching anything! x


June 11th, 2012

Now that I am back in Australia it’s time to get sorting and start posting up some content for you all. Lets start with the one and only motorFIX E7. It is definitely a different feeling seeing this car in person rather than photos of it pasted throughout social media websites. Nozumu Sakai-San is a unreal driver with a very unique taste in olden Toyota Corollas. It was so surreal to meet him in person and watch him drive this V8 powered KE70 at YZ Circuit a few weeks back. There will be a lot more photos being dropped from this event over the coming weeks x


May 16th, 2012

Whilst I have a spare few days I’m going to do a little update. The past two and a half weeks have been amazing to say the least. As I mentioned before, I came to Japan with 5 of my good friends which has lead us from Tokyo, up into northern Japan and all the way down to Osaka. We’ve approximately driven 2,000km’s in 2 weeks. With all my friends now home or on their way back to Australia lets look back on the past few weeks. In the Tokyo and northern parts of Japan we got to see Daikoku PA meetups, Street drifting in Tokyo, a few meetings at Nikko Circuit, Spring Matsuri at Ebisu, Drift Muscle at Sports Land Sugo, Fuji Speedway track sprints and drifting and everything else in between. During our time up north we decided to leave the Drift Muscle competition a few hours early to check out some of the disaster zones from last years earthquake / tsunami that swept through Sendai and the Fukushima prefecture, needless to say it was very upsetting to see the affected areas. Once we left Tokyo to head to Osaka things have become a lot more relaxing, however we have still managed to keep the car craze going. Myself and Nick have spent a few days exploring the Kansai area including Up Garage’s, car yards and even a few workshops. One of the highlights of being in Kansai was this past weekend which we spent in Nagoya, about 2 hours north of Osaka. We spent the Saturday looking around Up Garage’s and even a truck store. From there we checked into central Nagoya before finding some action out near the docks which lead us to next to no sleep before a full day at YZ Circuit for MSC, however it was all worthwhile. With 4 nights remaining in Osaka I’m catching up on uploading photos and most importantly backing them up. I will also be exploring Shinsaibashi and heading to a little drift day on Thursday before getting ready for a huge weekend at Central Circuit for the Hellaflush meeting Mark and the team have put on. I hope you’re enjoying the updates and look forward to writing and posting much more. Casey x