Since its inception in 2013, the event itinerary for the UK’s answer to the worldwide matsuri drifting phenomenon has remained largely unchanged. In short, it means two days of drifting with a night time demo and a whole lot of socialising. But, while the schedule was the same as always, I definitely felt a change in the vibe this time round.
At the weekend I headed down to my local alignment garage to get my P10 Primera’s wheels pointing in the right direction since fitting coilovers and larger diameter wheels and tyres. As I arrived though, it was cool to see a familiar car up on the ramp…
I’ve come to the realisation that, if I don’t post photos on the blog within a couple of days of taking them, I never get round to posting them at all. As a result, I’m going to be making sure I’m as proactive as possible with getting blog posts uploaded as I realise there are many people that do appreciate reading these posts.
If there’s been one recurring source of frustration for my 2018 so far, it’s been the weather. While the working week is often spent gazing out of my office window at the sunshine and wishing I could be working on my cars, pretty much every weekend of this year so far feels like it has been spoilt by rain or snow. Easter Monday was no exception, with the weather forecast predicting a 95% of torrential rain during another of Rockingham‘s Meihan style drift practice events.
I posted about the first part of my January journey to Meihan a few weeks ago, so here are some DSLR photos from that particular evening and also the first bunch of my photos from the following day’s drifting at Meihan; a post-Tokyo Auto Salon event organised by N-Style.