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How to park your R34 in 10 steps

Park your Skyline in the city centre of Kyoto is very easy. I will describe it step by step.

1. You should own an R34 Skyline.

2. Park it in the empty space.

3. A clamp will hold your car.

4. Go walking everywhere you want.

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5. Check the number of your parking area and go to the parking ticket machine.

6. Pay.

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7. The clamp will release your R34 Skyline

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8. Open it and sit in your R34 Skyline

9. Start it.

10. Your are free to go.

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Just Another Drift Night

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It was another chilly January night in Tokyo, but that doesn’t stop these guys from going out and shredding some tires. After a full day of sports, no rest, and a half hour nap, at midnight, I met up with my friend whose Cresta you should all know very well by now.

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The trip took us from where we live in downtown Tokyo, to Shinagawa, to meet up with some other people. DSC_0068

The owner of this S15 is the same person whose dark green Chaser I shot back in the summer at the JZX meet in Daikoku-futo. DSC_0073

The Silvia is one of the cleanest S15’s I have seen, and the sound it made was incredible.DSC_0076

The little gas station provided quite a nice place for a mini photoshoot.DSC_0079

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The Cresta looks very mean from the back as well.DSC_0082  DSC_0091

Eventually, we made it to a Family Mart on Ougi-shima. Lots of photos circulate the internet today with street drifting through the narrow trucking streets. DSC_0092

However, the area was being patrolled by the port security, and we decided it would be better to leave, right after doing a few slides, so the trip wasn’t an absolute waste.DSC_0105

Another one of our friends showed up in this GP Sports kitted S15.DSC_0125

We made our way to Daikoku, however due to a huge crowd and some police action, taking photos was quite impossible on the night, so after the police drove us out, we all took refuge in front of another convenience store, to warm up our freezing hands with some warm beverages. DSC_0127 DSC_0128 DSC_0129 DSC_0135

This man was shredding it up like mad at Daikoku, putting in very impressive runs.DSC_0140 DSC_0143 DSC_0147Drifting is all about fun (unlike some movies tend to show), and in the end, having photos like this one to prove it makes me very happy.

See you in the next post!

Marko Jeremic

JZX Meet at Daikoku Part IV

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A little late with the final part of the JZX Meet! My apologies, I was a little busy. I am now unfortunately back in Canada so coverage of these awesome events will have to wait until December again until I am back in Japan. I hope you enjoy this final part and see you again soon!

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TAS2013 Parking Lot Part II

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Here is the last post from the Tokyo Auto Salon coverage! I hope you enjoyed all these old photos. More new things to come from now

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