I’ve been watching Frasier‘s E36 go under the knife at Retroshine for the last few months, slowly being transformed from a slightly tatty and stock-bodied car into the HM-Sports kitted, WORK Meister S1R wearing drift car that sat before me at STL HQ last Friday afternoon.
Another video from Rockingham’s now infamous Meihan practice day, this time round featuring on-board and exterior footage of Marc Huxley in action in his S14 street/practice car. Enjoy!
I’m very pleased to announce that the HM-Sports range now extends beyond BMW parts! The Huxley Motorsport-designed Nissan S14 Zenki Aero Kit is now exclusively available from STREET TRACK LIFE and brings a fresh look to the table in a market that largely comprises of the same parts that have been around for fifteen years or so now.
E36s in the UK drift scene often get a lot of stick and, sometimes, it’s for good reason. There seems to be a very fine line that separates well-presented, almost show standard cars from mangled missiles that are fit for the scrap heap, complete with their fluorescent coloured OEM wheels and amateur graffiti sprayed up the sides. When you do see an E36 that walks this fine line between presentability and balls out usability though, the result is often fantastic. Mark Hughes’ Saloon is one such example.
Last week I headed down to Huxley Motorsport near Worcester to pick up my freshly repaired URAS NS-01 wheel, along with a whole load of HM-Sports BMW E36 kits. As usual, Huxley’s workshop was a hive of activity, so I thought it’d be rude not to snap a few photos on my phone.
I’m really excited to show you photos of the first HM-Sports BMW E36 Coupe Aero kit off the production line, fitted and ready for prep and paint.