Last week was filled with big deliveries at 326POWER HQ! Most importantly , our infamous 326POWER Manriki wings (both regular and the new GT86-style) and 326POWER Crocs (Large size) are now back in stock, so make sure you head over to the shop to order yours before we run out again due to exceptional demand!
In my continuous quest to provide easy access to interesting, high quality and relatively unknown (in the UK, at least) brands, I’m pleased to announce that the QUAD STAR QS102C 22″ 2-piece wheels has now been added to the shop and that STL! are the exclusive distributors.
I’m pleased to announce that STREET TRACK LIFE is the exclusive distributor for the TKS TK6F 2-piece forged wheel.
TK Sport are a renowned Lotus tuner outfit based out of Osaka. While it might seem crazy that a small workshop on the other side of the world can dedicate themselves to cars produced by the legendary British sports car company, the work that they put out is nothing short of extraordinary. From high powered engine swaps to full carbon fibre clamshell conversions, TKS are the go-to guys for Lotus enthusiasts in Japan. I last visited their workshop towards the end of 2016 and I couldn’t believe the builds that filled the premises. I’ll be sure to post some photos shortly…
In between everything else at Driftland last week I managed to sneak out on track and put in a few sessions myself in my C33. I hastily chucked a few GoPros on the car to capture some footage of me driving my own car properly for the first time in nine months or so (I’m not including my two whole laps at Three Sisters the other week in that statement!). Apologies for the angles and sound being far from perfect; next time I’ll take more time to set the cameras up properly. Check out the full video below.
Next week we take over Driftland for two days of hectic open pit lane drifting. All driver spots are invite-only and are accounted for but spectators are of course welcome. Drifting runs 11am-6pm, June 21st-22nd. STL! merch will also be available at the event.
Poster photo by DZE Photography.