As far as things go with BMW E36s in the European drift scene, there isn’t really too much variation when it comes to styling. Marc Huxley of Huxley Motorsport-fame thought it was time to switch things up when working on his own E36 and, after a lot of hard work, I’m proud to reveal the HM-Sports BMW E36 Aero Kit, designed and manufactured here in the UK and available only from Street Track Life.
Jesse Streeter’s cool little Suzuki Cappuccino parked up in the car park at Motorland Mikawa, having been driven there by Geoff Fryters to spectate the R32-only drift day. This thing is so cool yet also classy, which is not something I ever expected to say about a little Kei car before.
I spotted this 4-door Skyline in the Motorland Mikawa pits at the A-Bo-Moon-organised R32-only drift day. Not only did it look great but, further inspection revealed this build was also wonderfully simple. Pretty exterior with basic mechanicals: this is something that a lot of UK and European builds could learn from.
As far as drift cars though, Shane Lynch’s Rolls Royce Silver Shadow is definitely one of the most unique. Having recently been at Huxley Motorsport to have a set of bolt-on arches designed and fabricated, I also supplied a set of 326Power Wheel Nuts and Spike End Caps to bring some wild Japanese styling to what is a very British car. Once everything was complete, Hux sent me a few photos which you can check out below – the end result is pretty wild!
We often see so much written about workshops on the other sides of the world in glamorous locations, whether they belong to huge corporations who have been around since the boom of the modifying era, or be they simply a backstreet unit that belongs to a cult icon who has become famed for their past and current creations. For this post though, I’m going to look closer to home and talk about Huxley Motorsport, based in the world-renowned British city of…Worcester.