A few months, with the Euro’s coming up and none of us even started with our new team bodyshells I got a message from Team Tetsujin, who offered me their new GRS20 Crown Athlete bodyshell as a gift. Great! Thanks Mizunaga-san and Ando-san! I wanted to have the Crown finished quick, so I could show it at the Euro’s. Unfortunatly I didn’t have enough time to finish it, but now julietta in canada it is done and I really like it! I hope you like it to, enjoy the pictures after the jump.
BAM! IT’S HERE! The video of Flo’s birthday party drift day at RC Drift Arena. We’ve been anxiously waiting for it for two weeks and it really delivered! Bauke’s production skills along with help from us, Team DriftCrue, Oggy and basicly anyone who could get their hands on our camera’s made this happen. I hope you enjoy it!
And thanks Florian and RCDA for the day.
With the 2014 Euro’s closer than the 2013, this is more of a retrospective post. Anyway, this is the bodyshell I build for the Euro’s last year. It is a HPI Scion FR-S with TopLine wheels. I did not go all out, as I did not have that much time, but I surprised myself at how good the result was!
A LOT more pictures, and a full list of all the parts I’ve used after the jump.
Right, time for the first report from my trip to Japan.
Because we did so much in the 2+ weeks we’ve been in Japan, it is impossible to cram it all in one report. That is why I will be splitting up my reports, in chronological order, in smaller parts.
It will be a mix of cellphone pictures, either from myself or borrowed from Julien (Ovomal Team) or Team Tetsujin, and proper pictures taken with a DSLR.
Read my report of day 1 & 2 of the Japan tour 2013 by clicking the ‘more’ button below.
I build this bodyshell for my trip to Japan in December last year. Because I was going to enter the Yokomo World Class at the Yatabe Arena Internation Drift Meeting, I needed a Yokomo bodyshell with all Yokomo add-ons. I choose the Orido Toyota GT86.
More pictures and a full list of the parts I’ve used after the jump