PHOTO & ARTICLE : HIRO MURATA (TOKYONUR)
TRANSLATION : RYOHEI TAKAHASHI (THEBRIDGE)
No need to explain. March second is R32 day, July seventh is RX7 day, and August sixth is 86 day in all over the world now. At Maze and Okuibuki, there was big 86 track day, but since it was a Monday, many people who couldn’t get day off came out to Daikoku PA at that night.
At Daikoku, there were not only AE86 guys but also many new 86(ZN6) guys showed up too. Approximately 60% of the 86 were new86s.
Lowbrain Yasuda-san、Freee’s Ryohei-kun、Craft Shacho、4AG Club Kojima-san & Naozo-san lined up in same spot
Kojima-san forgot to open his new clean engine bay he prepared for Street Car Nationals, and Naozo-san reminded him to pop the hood. Then all the sudden it made many people’s foot stopped.
I’m not sure if I can explain this with the word young power. But Nerimadaikon racing and Saitama Giken made daikoku little panic when they showed up.
■Super Camera Friends
Whenever I go to daikoku I see him, Speedhunters Din san. Looking forward to see his event in October.
I could finally see Topr Gear Magazine Mark san this night.
At the end, Super GT500 IMPUL’s traditional Calsonic blue car driver Jann Mardenborough shoed up. He graduated Gran Turismo GT Academy to become a pro driver. Then “fastest man in japan” Hoshino Kazuyoshi invited him to team IMPLE. Unfortunately, he had to retire the race this time due to machine trouble. But looking forward for the next race. Apparently, Junn is in to camera recently. How about GT Photo Academy?
August, sixth is hachiroku day, but everyday in August is V8 days right? by Lowbrain leader JJ with his new car Toyota crown. He just finished swapping celsior 1UZ and out for computer setting and stopped by at Daikoku. I can’t wait to hear the NASCAR sound from this Drift Sleeper at the SLY Summit
on August, 19th at Sports land Yamanashi.