Zenki S14s have been involved with the drift scene since their inception, with hundreds of drivers around the world applying their own styling cues to their cars. As there isn’t too much diversity when it comes to styling these early model S14s here in the UK, the cars that are well executed with their own styling flair are usually very easy to spot. On that note, I’d like to introduce Russell’s imported S14 Silvia.
The last time I posted my Y32 Nissan Cedric daily driver on here, it was to list it for sale back in November. The reason for wanting to sell it at the time was that I’d just got my hands on my new C33 Laurel and didn’t see the need for two big four door Nissans. However, despite quite a lot of interest, nobody took the plunge to buy my beloved Diggory, so it sat around for a few months until one day I ended up test fitting this set of WORK Meister M1s to it. This gave me an idea, so I took down the For Sale advert and got busy…
I’d never seen Drift Limbo done before and, when they announced the game during Day 1 of Awesomeboss at Driftland the other week, I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect. What followed was half an hour of near misses, miraculous flukes and the odd cone-punt that had the crowd getting fully involved, laughing at every fail and cheering at every win.
I’ve put together a few of my favourite runs from the competition in the video below so you can see what Drift Limbo is all about. Unfortunately my camera died just after the cones were moved almost impossibly close together, which was a real shame as some drivers did manage to get through!