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Has there been a bigger phenomenon in the aftermarket over the last few years than the rise of TRA Kyoto and Rocket Bunny?
Whatever motorsport discipline you care to name, each and every one of them has a location indelibly linked to their very existence -a ‘spiritual home’ being probably the ideal term that springs to mind.
If you recall my drive of the BMW M3 last year, you might remember that I was quite smitten with it. But, as pretty much everyone that tunes into Speedhunters knows, even a car that is close to perfection needs some fine tuning here and there.
If you’re building a performance street car or race car, at some point you’re probably going to need to need to use a dyno if you want to get the most out of all your shiny expensive parts.
I admit it. I’m a closet 911 lover. The recent Porsche craze is definitely to blame. The more I come across colourful and unique takes on air-cooled 911s, the more I want one.
Around 10 years ago I was lucky enough to step foot inside the Nissan Dream Garage before everything was packed up and moved to Tennessee.
Once again, Japan has taught me that when it comes to cars, there is nothing that can’t be customized, personalised and improved.
Six months later, the final installment of our MAXIMUM ATTACK Scion Tuner Challenge FR-S is finally here.
Welcome to the future. Or at least BMW’s take on it, for the time being. With battery technology still not quite there to make full electric sportscars viable (ones with actual range I mean), the i8 combines the best of two worlds.
While neither the Crown or Crown Vic could be considered a mainstream enthusiast car, both of these rear-drive sedans offer plenty of potential for those looking to take them beyond their quiet and sensible roots.
With multiple cars running in multiple classes, Ebrahim Kanoo’s team had a busy 2014/2015 season. There were both highs and lows, and this recently-released film, titled The Journey To Five Seconds, gives an inside look at what EKanooRacing went through in the quest for sport compact supremacy.
It’s not every day that I get to feature proper race cars here in Japan. Sure there are tons of time attack cars that I’ve pointed my inquisitive lenses towards, but factory-supplied, high-level race cars they are not.
When we search for feature cars, we have to look for something that stands out. We have to find something that will make people talk and sometimes we have to find cars that will split opinions.
So you can imagine why I instantly thought of the ZZII when I saw this crazy Elise S2 from BSK Performance at the recent Japan Lotus Day held at Fuji Speedway. With all the customer work that BSK has got going on, it’s very much a spare time project and as such has been in the build for the past […] The post EJ20-Powered Lotus Elise?
You can just imagine the looks on the faces of the other teams when Tom Walkinshaw Racing rolled out their racing car for the 1994 season of the British Touring Car Championship, heralding the debut of Volvo in the Super Touring era.
I’ve got a confession to make – I’m kind of burnt out on drifting. Or at least I was burnt out on drifting… That was until I spent a day recently hanging out at Fuji Speedway Drift Park with some of Japan’s coolest amateur drifters and their badass machines.
Summer is just around the corner, and if you’re anything like us here at Speedhunters, that means it’s time to put those finishing touches on your beloved project car.
The evening started off rather quietly.
Unveiled at the annual Concorso d’Eleganza held at Grand Hotel Villa d’Este on the shoreline of Lake Como in Italy over the weekend, the 3.0 CSL Hommage was built by the BMW Design Team to celebrate the iconic 3.0 ‘Coupé Sport Leichtbau’ (coupé, sport, lightweight) from the ’70s.
Without Google’s assistance, how much do you know about Qatar? Before I spent a week there, I honestly couldn’t have told you much more than it’s probably hot, sandy and located in the Middle East.