Early March 2013, somewhere in Fukushima Prefecture is this heavily modified Monster Sport Toyota 86. Remaining snow in the mountains, unique beat racing engine that is highly tuned to echo still. Jet-black body with a sense of mass penetrates the gaps in the trees. Set up low bonnet. Headlights cut through the air was dignified. Its TOYOTA 86.
Up to every machine pace laps. Ii ran over to dance like a rough road. "Monster" Nobuhiro Tajima driver. Man who was called "King of the Mountain" in the United States Pikes Peak world's top drivers gathered.
Video: Full Blown Motorsports Scion FR-S on dyno testing Stage 2 FBM turbo kit for Subaru BRZ / Scion FR-S. FBM Stage 2 kit hits 602 horsepower and 472 Torque. Car currently is still on the stock motor and will stay that way until something fails.
Team Toyota GB is celebrating a remarkable UK racing debut for its GT86 sports car , which claimed eighth place overall and third in its class in Britain’s toughest race, the Britcar 24 Hours. Crewed by a four-man team led by Chris Hodgetts,Toyota’s double BTCC champion of the 1980s, the near standard GT86 ran faultlessly throughout its 512 laps and 1874 miles around the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit.
Here comes our first featured car post! This is Anthony Do (Do Boy) representing Inline Racing and Houston86 club with his sweet Scion FR-S "DARTH RAVEN". His FRS is one of the finest street driven new hachis. Picked up on 06-09-12, already packing quite a few modifications but still keeping a clean street look. Starting with tints on windows and tails, LED and HID installations and rims, finishing with coilovers, carbon aero bits, big brakes and full exhaust system and bigger future plans. Here goes the current mod list..
It's been a year since Toyota 86 was revealed in Gazoo Racing Festival by the end of 2011. After a long 10-year wait, fans of the Toyota were finally given a treat in 2012 when the brand returned to the sports car market. And the 86 far from disappointed. In fact the super car has been met with worldwide recognition for its contribution to the industry as experts, journalists and critics looked back over the past year of best buys and cars of the year. It was hailed as a beacon for what sports cars should ultimately be: Fun, fast, affordable and with one purpose – to be driven. Global acclaim across the Middle East, Americas, Australia and ...
D1 Grand Prix drifting championship – “Tokio Drift", Odaiba – December 1rd
The D1 season has finally reached its crescendo as the final races of the championship took place on the Odaiba course last month. Despite already competing in Odaiba in the opening round, racers were faced with a new challenge this time around. A completely different layout was installed for this event. With the acceleration zones noticeably narrower, judgement had to be careful and precise to gain points on this course. The twisting tightness of the track meant there were plenty of talking points. Spin outs, wall hits, smoke screens provided for a high-octane event from beginning to end.
Since its initial reveal at the LA Auto Show, Japanese car manufacturer Subaru have remained relatively tight lipped about their souped-up 2014 BRZ STi. In a conversation with Auto Express at the 2011 show, Subaru global marketing manager Atoshi Atake said only the following,