Charlies GS131 Toyota crown, laid on some old school as Cheviot mesh wheels. Luke’s C35 Nissan Laurel on R33 GTR wheels
Wellington City – Courtenay place loading zone. Saturday night shenanigans.
On Saturday Luke and I rolled to Hampton Downs for the Solid Slide Sessions Super Drift on Saturday.
Turns out the C’s Garage boys were there in their Silvias. These cars are some of, if not, the best looking cars in the NZ drifting game at the moment. The cars looked immaculate the whole day, no haggard bumper-less cars here.
But it wasn’t even the appearance of the cars. The way drifting is these days (I think so anyway) is so mechanical and robotic, that any old driver could be in the car and I wouldn’t know the difference.
These boys though, drove the cars with a personality and style that I hadn’t see in NZ before.
It was like I was at Bihoku or Ebisu watching the Jap guys drift who I have only seen on youtube.
Pity I couldn’t really photograph the sparkle in the paint.
Genuine wheels are a rare sight on drift cars these days.The graphics are fantastic.
They made good noises too.
Keep an eye on the blog and facebook page for more pics and videos from SSS Super Drift.