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If you caught my The Road To Gatebil Mantorp post last week, you’ll know all about my recent road trip in a 699hp Nissan R35 GT-R Nismo.
Let’s get things started with a follow-up to a popular RWB video… A couple of weeks ago we shared Krispy Media’s RWB Philadelphia #1 documentary, which showcased Akira Nakai giving Ben Harmony’s Porsche 993 the full RAUH-Welt Begriff treatment.
As Speedhunters, we spend considerably more time shooting and talking to others about their cars, than driving them.
Expression in its purest form is a combination of passion and the ability to let your mind run wild. You let your inner creativity generate a certain style, something that you feel strongly about and something that allows you to stand out.
This isn’t the first time Pagani’s production line has featured on Speedhunters. I came here at the end of 2013 to take a first look at what would allow the Italian hypercar maker to boost production to meet demand.
When it comes to a modified car, balance might just be the most desirable attribute. Cars with tons of horsepower are great, but if the rest of the vehicle hasn’t been upgraded to handle it things can get very sketchy very quickly.
Now that Paddy has wrapped up his coverage from Gatebil Rudskogen 2016, I want to rewind back to the precursor event held a couple of weeks prior at Mantorp Park in Sweden.
We all know about Cars & Coffee events, the automotive gatherings that usually happen on Saturday or Sunday mornings in cities and towns across the world.
So where does one go from here? I’m sure this is a question that each of us ask ourselves after important times in our lives.
This particular Hachiroku I spotted at Fuji 86 Style was unique in that it took tried and tested ingredients and mixed them with a dash of modern modification style – a recipe that can often end in tears if not executed with finesse.
I think it’s a pretty strong endorsement of an event where over a month later, we’re still talking about it.
So what was it that made these early pro-spec machines so good? I’d say it was a combination of many things, but much of the beauty was in their simplicity.
It’s 10:00pm on a very hot 6th of August in Tokyo and I have a dilemma. Do I go to Daikoku PA and join in the Hachiroku festivities, or do I do something completely different?
Without that on-location shooting there would be no Speedhunters, but what about the less glamorous, more routine side of the job?
Let’s kick things off with a new clip out of Jay Leno’s Garage… There’s one thing we really love about Jay Leno’s popular automotive channel on YouTube, and that’s that you never know what’s coming next.
This isn’t the first time that this particular BMW E34 has made an appearance on Speedhunters, although it is the first time it has been seen since it’s, shall we say, evolved.
There’s something instantly jarring about seeing a purpose-built race car driving on the road. The notion seems even more comical if it’s a drift car, too.
The convenience of this connected age we all live in comes with a hidden cost: disconnection. Unfortunately, younger enthusiasts these days may not even know what they’re missing out on.
RWB Philadelphia #1, also know as Prince, is one of Akira Nakai’s newest creations, and in this superb 20-minute 4K production from Krispy Media, you get a real sense for what it means to bring the dream of RAUH-Welt Begriff Porsche ownership to life.
I find it interesting, that in some way, shape or form, motorsport can be found in pretty much every country out there.