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At the Paddock: Formula Drift Japan

Coming back to Japan brings back so many memories from past events. Our most recent event, Offset Kings Japan, was no different. We created memories not only for ourselves but for the spectators and fans that came to the event. Before I post photos of Offset Kings, let me share with you photos from the paddock. The race cars and drift cars that drove the day of our event. Ill make sure to post more later but heres 31 images for now to hold you down.

The Infamous Mount Fuji.

Half of the crew that helped for the day.

Toshi from 1048style and RWB.

The Enkei Rocket Bunny 180 Sx looking super sexy.

I really liked the zipper action graphics.

Work Wheels had their huge display of wheels at the show.

It was 630am when I shot these photos. Was nice to be on track in the most quiet of times.

Smokey Nagata of Top Secret

Jarod DeAnda getting ready to announce the FD Event that went on almost all day.

Slowest GTR on track. JK.. was probably the fastest thing on track. Ben Sopra GTR.

Pair of FD Japan Drift Cars. I really liked the graphics of JDM drifters.

Go big!

I havent seen many SC’s drifting anymore. Nice to see one here.

Met Mad Mike for the first time at this event. Nice sounding rotary.

R34 drift cars are so nice.

Rear exhaust of the FRS.

Reminded me of a Nascar Pit.

Super peaceful track.

The tire changing truck caught my eye.

So did the RSR transporting van.

Visiting the drivers meeting room.

I saw NOB come out and asked for a shot.

2 turns at high speed. Hard to connect with low powered cars.

And the next post Ill cover Offset Kings. Stay Tune…

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Mark Arcenal

Mark Arcenal

Founded Fatlace in 1999. Lived the Agency life for over a decade and then moved to client side launching the biggest brand Nike has to date, NSW as the Global Digital Lead. Today, he's the Creative Director for Fatlace and clothing line, Illest, overseeing 3 retail stores, and a design studio in California and Hawaii.

1 Comment

  1. Justin Tompkins
    14/07/2014 at 7:33 am

    Nice post Mark