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    this pic makes me smile lol
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    Anyone get the License plate of that B& Hammer?

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    FUCKING WIN!

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    Seem them before, hella cool shit but. That user has a fair few videos.

    I wish i was there

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    Hooootttt.

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    Just read this on speed hunters and it made me hard in my pants.

    A couple of hours after JR arrived in Japan at Kansai International Airport, and only a few minutes after he had checked into our hotel, we headed down to the parking garage to screw on our temporary registration plates to the Ford Mustangs that had been brought over just for him to drive. The first night was not going to be their debut however, as JR's Formula D friend Seigo Yamamoto had organized a group of local drifters to show us what the street scene of Japan was all about. After gathering our group together, we headed out into the night in our rental van.

    Shortly after leaving the hotel, we were cruising along one of the many elevated freeways that loop around Osaka. After following the route that our team translator Kenta Ogawara had programmed into the navigation system, we pulled up to a tollbooth and a couple of very busted-looking drift cars with smashed bodykits, mismatched wheels and a very distinct lack of mufflers. Ahead of them, we saw a purple S13 Silvia on the back of a tilt-tray loader which looked familiar. As as we pulled alongside, I noticed a large Team Burst sticker on the rear window, then saw team leader Naoki Nakamura behind the wheel of the truck. Everyone in the van started flipping out about how awesome the Silvia looked, but I pushed the power window switch and yelled out "Where are you going?"

    It turned out, he was one of the drivers Seigo had invited along! It was looking to be a very promising night.



    After arriving at the meeting spot and finding Seigo, we followed him to a Seven Eleven in the middle of one of the many industrial islands that surround the rim of Osaka bay. Seven cars were there, ranging from immaculately presented to completely "boro" (beaten-up). We introduced ourselves to the drivers with the help of Seigo, then headed inside the convenience store to fill up on onigiri rice-balls and cans of coffee.



    Naoki Nakamura's car didn't have any registration, but that didn't stop him from bringing it out.



    Naoki rolled his S13 off the truck and cranked the engine. A massive pop and crackle from the straight-pipe exhaust echoed off the nearby factories, making some of us cringe. Surely all this noise would draw the attention of the police and kill the action before it began? Even after redlining the engine several times and fiddling with the coil-packs for a while, nobody seemed to pay us much attention, so we headed out to a nearby industrial area.



    After a couple of quick warm-up runs, all the drivers went into maximum-speed mode, kicking the clutch at the top of third gear and sliding around parked trucks and kissing gutters as they drifted around a wide and very dark ninety-degree bend.



    Pitch-black roads made it hard to shoot the action, but it's still easy to see how hard these local drivers were going at it.



    This Onevia had a fresh paintjob and unscratched Work wheels, which was surprising considering how hard he was throwing down into the corners.



    A couple of the American crew members who came along nearly lost it over this clean Nissan Silvia Autech convertible. Not only was this a rare version of a car not available back in the States, it had a full bodykit, leather Bride seats, chrome Work wheels, and was being drifted within inches of gutters in the dark at 2:00AM.



    After several runs, the drivers took a little break to chat with JR, and then headed back out to do it all over again. Not too long after their second session however, a car with flashing red lights rolled up which signaled the end of the fun.



    Hidden just off a main road, the guys took a break before heading off to the next spot.



    Naoki's coilpacks were still playing up a bit, so he drove up behind a gas stand and used their lights to work out what the problem was.



    About fifteen minutes later, we were at a touge road on Mt. Rokko, the big mountain range that borders the eastern edge of Osaka.



    Even though the track was narrow and dark, these guys were well experienced in this area, and flew up and down the winding mountain road with ease.









    No tech inspection, no flag marshalls, just common sense. That's how Kansai drifters roll. They always waited for the road to be clear before starting off on their run.




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    I reckon.

    I wonder how bad you would get raped for shopping with an unrego'd car here.


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    jesus marvis alot of win

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