This week, we take a look at Enkei’s / the industry’s most popular wheel… the Enkei RPF1. More specifically, the 14×7 and 15×8 Miata MX5 fitment.
It was a cold ass day at Mobara Twin Circuit… but a lot of fun. We took a bus ride to Mobara Circuit with our friends from D-Sport Magazine to check out a bunch of drift cars! We did some ride alongs with a few D1 drivers which was amazing. Like I said, it was
In this edition of Wheel Wednesday, we take a look at Enkei’s TM-7 Tuning Series mesh directional wheel. By the way, love this WMD 240 King of Drift track jacket worn in this video! Anyway, the TM7 is available in 17 and 18″ and is made using Enkei’s MAT process – the same process used
Time attack and drifting are the only words some of us need to hear to charge our batteries, jump in our cars, and speed off to the track. It’s not every day that two of our favorite forms of motorsports combine forces in the same location for one day, but that’s exactly what Turbo By
I had the pleasure of shooting Jacob’s 1985 Toyota Mark II wagon while I was in Houston for the Super Bowl festivities. I met Jacob earlier that morning at the Rice and Coffee meet at Morning Star Coffee. Rice and Coffee is where a few classic Japanese car enthusiast get together to talk cars and
Made a quick stop at Texas Track Works in Fort Worth, Texas to check out their BMW M235iR factory race car on Enkei NT03+M wheels. There were only 51 of these allotted to the US and the guys at TTW were able to snag the very last one, number 51.
I literally only exchanged a couple of words with the owner of this CLEAN Honda S2000 so I don’t have any info on the car. We were just about to leave the track but couldn’t pass up the chance to snap a few shots of this clean S2K. It was right as the sun was
Here’s a quick video of Pecx’ 1971 Nissan Skyline 2000GT KGC10 Hakosuka. If you haven’t already, make sure to check out the photos of this beast in our previous gallery post. We met Pecx at the Rice and Coffee meet in Houston Texas during Super Bowl weekend. He was gracious enough to let us shoot
This is Peck’s 1971 Nissan Skyline he imported from Japan into Houston. I met Peck at the Rice and Coffee meet in Houston, Texas over Super Bowl weekend – same spot we met Jacob (1985 Mark II Wagon). Peck purchased his Hakosuka from Rocky Auto a couple of years ago. He has not modified it
Had a great time shooting Jacob’s 1985 Toyota Mark II Wagon in Houston, Texas this weekend. Jacob imported this beauty from Japan and has done an amazing job with the modifications. Love those 15×10 SSR Casablanca wheels. The wheels were converted from 14 inch to 15 and look pretty aggressive with that added step-lip. Thanks