On Sunday I visited the annual Retro Rides Gathering at the historic Shelsley Walsh hill climb venue for the first. It was an amazing event and I’ll be sure to post my photos up shortly but, in the meantime, here is my video footage of some of the hill climb action.
Following on from my previous video of the Driftworks RWB 964 at the Corolla Brotherhood meet held the weekend before last, here is my footage showcasing the rest of the meet.
I found this footage from early 2015 on one of my old hard drives. Alex’s S14 had just been fitted with URAS aero and WORK VS-XXs and was then driven to one of the first Three Sisters drift days. Shortly afterwards, it was driven to Lydden Hill for Round 1 of that year’s British Drift Championship.
I’ve just recently got back from another incredible trip to Japan that included a stint at Tokyo Auto Salon. I’ve got hundreds of photos to share with you all but, first of all, here is my footage from a rainy day at Meihan Sportsland that I attended on the Wednesday after TAS. Stay tuned for a couple of blog posts covering the trip to the track and the drift event itself.
Drifting was once known as a budget form of motorsport but, with the current way the sport is changing and after recently discovering the simple joys of a regular circuit day, I’m beginning to see that a more conventional track event can be enjoyed on a shoestring budget.
I’ll go into more detail in my upcoming blog post regarding the day in question but, for now, here is some on-board footage from my friend Mat’s P10 Primera during Saturday’s track day at Oulton Park.