The people that follow us on Facebook have probably already seen this, but I figured I’d make a proper post on this little project to show you some details and give a bit more information on this RX-7.
It was inspired by our annual trip to southern France, but more on that after the jump.
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
I’ve been campaigning my Yokomo DRB for over a year now, and I still very much like it. I’ve been improving it slowly over the last competition season and this season it shows that all the work is paying off. With a 4th and 1st place finish under its belt, the DRB is now in 1st place in the overall standings for this season. I thought this was a good moment to show you the ins and outs of my chassis, together with some awesome pictures by Dorigazo.