Time flies so fast as it has been another great year of producing content for this site. As I mentioned last year, “I have no background in writing and photography. I took this challenge with open arms as I wanted to show everyone what the Philippines is capable of.” Not
I met Malone Juan 4 years ago with his Genesis, it looked really good with a local set of 19’s and an OEM kit. Fast forward to later part of 2014 as he attended a Stance Pilipinas / Manila Fitted meet with Manila’s best looking Hyundai. On to the photos. Malone
MAHALO to everyone who came out to support our Slammed Aloha Sunday events and especially those who donated to the Toy Drive too! Don’t forget to follow @illest on Instagram for updated information on upcoming ones!
TRA-Kyoto. It may be hard to stand out from the rest with the growing number of S-Chassis on a 6666 designed kit. Don’t get me wrong, but I still believe that Rocket Bunny kits really do look good, if not the best. But Takashi Mine‘s add-ons made his PS13 distinct
Some build cars to stand out from the rest, mostly go with the trends and there are a few who build with their own taste. With all the beautiful Silvia‘s I encountered during my recent trip to Japan, Ty Okamoto‘s S14 stood out because of its simple approach. With the
Being an avid follower of the RWB culture I made it sure to take photos and listen to insights of the men behind these cars during Offset Kings Japan. Rauh-Welt Begriff displayed three builds, Kamiwaza, Maria and Yves Piaget. Check out the photos. First up is one of my personal favorites, Kamiwaza
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 Japanese community as well as visitors and competitors from all around the world. Enjoy the photos. Day 2 was set for
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 Japanese community as well as visitors and competitors from all around the world. I will split my coverage into several