This is the first post in a series titled “35mm Stories”. These entries will contain a handful of photos I’ve taken on a 35mm film platform that provide an intimate look into memorable events both past and present.
With Alex’s S14a being as low as it is, fibreglass parts tend not to last too long. The side skirts in particular have an especially hard time, with the bottom section consistently rubbing the floor on acceleration and eventually just eroding away. Now that he has a new Origin Labo Racing Line kit to fit, it was time for Alex to make some preventative measures to ensure the parts last that little bit longer than usual.
What a year. I don’t think this website has ever caused so much combined stress and excitement for me since I began blogging six years ago. Two trips to Japan, the first STL drift event, working with 326POWER, new product launches; the adventures and challenges have been non-stop but, as I sit here catching up on orders and emails from over the Christmas break, I can’t help but look back on what an awesome year it’s been for Street Track Life.
Throwing a drift car around on track is always awesome but to me, half the fun is also being able to drive your dumb drift car to work, to the shops or out to the middle of nowhere for some spirited driving whenever you feel like it. On that note, here’s my new C33 Laurel daily runabout and posh track toy.