As I mentioned in a previous post, I headed down to the Japanese Performance Show in Coventry on a bit of a whim the other weekend to see what was what with the Japanese aftermarket scene nowadays. While said Japanese cars might be my preferred segment of the modified car scene in general, I typically find myself sticking within the drifting partition and not paying too much attention to the show and track segments. I feel I should start spreading my attention more to help me fully appreciate what other enthusiasts are up to.
While I was shooting Tooley’s S15 after Sunday’s Japanese Performance Show I couldn’t help but notice the assortment of FD RX7s that was gathering behind me. Once I’d finished with the Silvia, I quickly grabbed a few shots of Sean‘s Rocket Bunny-kitted FD3S while I had the opportunity; the rear dish on those Weds Kranze ERMs has to be seen to be believed.
On Sunday I found myself at the Japanese Performance show in Coventry which, to be honest, felt like a bit of a welcome break considering pretty much every event I go to nowadays is drifting-related. I’ll post up a photo dump from the show shortly but, in the meantime, here are some photos I took of James Tooley‘s Garage21 S15 during an impromptu photo shoot after the event had finished.
If one of your best friends is a car guy, you can be fairly sure that some cool cars will be involved when it comes to their wedding. When the majority of the guests are car guys too, it’s pretty much a given. This was the case at Alex off of Low Origin’s wedding last weekend.
Once again, I’ve falllen behind with blog updates. I wish I could keep on top of these posts and publish them as soon as events and meets have taken place but, due to the sheer number of entries needing to be posted recently, along with the amount of time it takes to put these together, I’ve been left on the back foot. I apologise for the lack of updates but I will be powering through over the next couple of weeks or so to catch up!
First up, the v8illuminati meet in Stockport last month. Held at the garage best known as “The Church” where a few of my friends work on their cars, the guys decided to make the most of the sizeable car park out front and invite a group of both old and new friends for a chilled Sunday afternoon.
I’ve featured Keeve’s extremely cool S13 on here in the past but here are some photos I took of it last week at STL 2 at Driftland. Visually at least, the car remains very similar, but the relatively recent SR20 swap has brought some extra enjoyment from his faithful 200SX.