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The Cars of Formula D Japan

The first leg of Formula D Japan was held during the Japan Motor Games last July 6 to 7 together with the World Time Attack Challenge. The event had familiar drivers/tuners from the …

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Touch a Truck

Touch a Truck is an awesome nonprofit event for kids to check out real life versions of their toys or vehicles they only see on TV. Aiden loves anything with wheels, so it was a no brainer that we were going. I heard that Mark’s S14 is always one of the crowd favorites. I kid you not, there was a line to get into the cockpit of the drift monster. Mark also left his helmet there for the full effect. There were police cars, ambulances, earth movers, cranes, buses and a fire engine! I was stoked as a kid to check out a real fire truck, this event must be overload, haha! On to the photos.

One Response to Touch a Truck

  1. Cooooool ! This event is a really good concept.

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