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Showing Up At A Stranger’s House In Miami

Reflecting on 2018, my trip to Miami, Florida was one of the most enjoyable stops along the way. Looking back through my hard drive, though, I realized there were still a couple stories left to be

The Future Of The New Supra

The renders, the concepts, the prototypes, the camouflage, the teasers. Oh God, the teasers. I don’t know about you, I feel like I’ve been part of a very public development process for the past five

RE Amemiya’s Commitment To The Rotary Continues

There is much speculation surrounding all of this, but no actual facts or confirmation of anything from the Hiroshima-based manufacturer. While legendary tuners like RE Amemiya have wondered what the

An Underground Gathering At Akihabara UDX

However, an invite from a friend delayed me putting my feet up for the evening. “A few friends are gathering in the UDX parking deck in Akihabara. If you have some time, it would be great if you join

A Simple & Clean S15 At Tokyo Auto Salon

With all the crazy body kits, flashing lights, and big horsepower builds that fill up the halls of Makuhari Messe come Tokyo Auto Salon time, it’s always a treat when you come across a car that brings

Summernats: Killing Tyres, Killing Time

Taking a more personal (read: very relaxed) approach to my Summernats 32 coverage meant that I had plenty of time to explore parts of the show I’d usually miss out on while chasing the more serious

Japan’s Ultimate Lancia Delta Integrale

During a long production run that started in the late 1970s, the Delta was produced in a variety of guises. But it was the fire-breathing, all-wheel drive turbo HF Integrale version that the model’s

The Monster Surprise From R31 House

Shibata-san, being the go-to guy for anything related to the boxy Skyline generation from the ’80s, is the man responsible for some of cleanest R30 and R31 builds on the planet. And at Makuhari Messe

Is The Future Vintage & Electric?

But what’s really hard to swallow is that the future is clearly taking direction towards being electrified, so it’s safe to say that the internal combustion engine is living on its last dying breath.

Where’s My 3JZ, Bro?

If anything, it was inevitable. Nothing could possibly have lived up to the expectations laid down by over 25 years worth of legacy, and that’s just from the fourth generation of Supra alone. Toyota

HKS Takes It Back To The ’90s

I’m sure it’s hard for tuners to come up with fresh and interesting builds to showcase at events like Tokyo Auto Salon, but as HKS has proven this year, it doesn’t mean a demo car needs to be brand

Staying Ahead Of The Trend: Varis’s Solid & Joker Creation

Of course doing this leaves you susceptible to the unpredictable nature of trends, as they can sometimes quickly disappear without a trace, where others seem to last forever. For this year’s Tokyo

The “Everyone Has To Start Somewhere” Z31

The eighties were a great time for the automobile in so many ways. It’s perhaps one of the few eras where automakers couldn’t seem to agree on how a car should look, meaning that while harsh lines

The Night Before Tokyo Auto Salon: Hard Rock With RWB

And yet, the freezing temperatures never deter people from coming out, spending time with old friends and getting the chance to get up close and personal with half a dozen or so of icons, both loved

Finding Track Confidence In An Inspired Carrera RSR

The physical and mental pressure a driver experiences while pushing to the limits can greatly alter how the car performs, more so than mechanical limitations. In motorsports, the way a driver can deal

ASI 2019: Five Things Not To Miss

Year in, year out, the annual Autosport International Show in Birmingham, England symbolises the start of the automotive calendar. Autosport isn’t a huge show, and admittedly pales in comparison to

Fear Not: You Are Missing Out

In today’s world of instantly-gratifying always-connectedness, the fear of missing out has become the realisation of missing out, or ROMO. Here’s why: it used to be the case that when you missed a

A Prelude To Tokyo Auto Salon

I delayed this usual preview post from the set-up day to coincide with the unveiling of Liberty Walk’s latest show-grabber, the Ferrari 308 GTBL, where the ‘L’ stands for Liberty. Think of it as a

MisFitting In

They’re not limited by time or money, or any of the other excuses a lot of us fall back on. They work with what they’ve got and blow the rest of us away with their results. This Ford Anglia creation

If Senna Drove A Street Car…

Nobody wants to be that guy. You know the one. If you missed his car’s model name splashed across the front of his t-shirt, don’t worry – he’d tell you about it anyway. Because his car is the best.