Chrome Expression Session 2014 is fast approaching with the dates set for August 9 and 10 at Hampton Downs.
If you’re keen to get there and check out the action, all you have to do is subscribe to NZ Performance Car now and you’ll be able to go for free.
If you subscribe for just six months, you’ll receive a free pass to the event which is worth up to $30. If you subscribe for a year, you’ll get a free double pass, worth up to $60.
Get in on the action of Chrome Expression Session featuring passenger rides, burnout sessions, drifting sessions, drag racing sessions, show and shine, trade sites, and entertainment during the day.
Following last night’s post with that awesome Kanjo Civic video, we thought we should throw some more rad videos into motion with this post. A great video for fans of Vaughn Gitten JR and video editing alike. Vaughn takes us through how he started and how it began for him as a drifter — the emotions and feelings that make him who he is today as a top drifter in Formula Drift. It’s also pretty well shot, so for all you video buffs, check it out.
For all fans of the Need For Speed franchise, the new Need For Speed movie comes out on DVD and Blu-Ray on July 23. With the movie containing plenty of action scenes and racing scenes, the film is a must-watch for any car or movie buff.
Based around struggling garage owner Tobey Marshall, he drives across the country as he races against time.
With no CGI used and plenty of supercar action, we urge you to pick up a copy from one of these retailers: The Warehouse, JB Hi-Fi, Countdown, Mighty Ape or check out needforspeed for more information
Image Credit: thekanjozoku.com
The Osaka Kanjo Racers are the stuff of JDM legend, for decades these midnight racers have done battle around the outer Osaka highway loop known as the Kanjo. A uniquely Japanese subculture shrouded in secrecy, never before has this form of illegal street racing been showcased to the outside world in such detail.
Before we start down this explosive, eyebrow-destroying path, let’s state the obvious: using combustion to bead up a tyre is not the ideal way to get the job done; it’s not even a particularly good way, and it should be approached with extreme caution. It is, however, something NZPC gets asked about a lot, and sometimes it might just be your only option. Let’s say you’re at the race track, you’ve had a mint morning out on the circuit at a grassroots drift practice day, the car has been running great, and you’ve been nailing that challenging sweeper. It’s just hit 3pm and there are a couple more sessions left, but you’ve run out of tyres! Luckily, a fellow drifter has some secondhand rubber in the back of his truck you can use, but it’d need to be mounted to your wheels. Without a tyre machine and bead blaster on hand, you’ve only really got one option, especially considering you’re trying to stretch 235s on to 10-inch–wide rims — fire! For this demonstration, we are using a 18×10-inch Work Emotion XD9 and a 235/40R18 Goodyear Eagle F1 tyre.