The clock ticked past 11pm on the 18th of May. A miniscule gathering of friends gathered to embark on a 300+ KM drive up to Sepang International Circuit, to act as a support and pit crew for a friend who was participating in the Time To Attack, organized by ZerotoHundred.com.
Its so good to see the enthusiasm of the local car lovers attending The Alliance Meet this Sunday! We’ve gained preview access to this FD2R, specially stanced and slammed for the meet! What’s even better is its not done yet, the owner is attempting to go lower and even more flush!!! Be sure to be there or miss out on what seems to be becoming the biggest car show case of the year!
We’ve got a readers submission all the way from New Zealand! Its one track toy that we jumped at the chance to showcase we received his emailed. Why?
Here in Singapore, the only EG models available to us is the 4 door sedans and 2 door hatchbacks coming in SOHC and DOHC variants. It is only overseas that they get the coupe version and was made popular about 10 years ago, when Dominic Toretto and his crew used 3 of them with huge spoilers and green neons to high-jack truck loads of electronics.
No the car we have here is nothing like that. The one sent to us is a full fledged race machine built with one purpose in mind. To make sure Rocky is able to get it round a track as fast as his capabilities allow.
Words by : E3lipse, Ray Ng, Photos by : E3lipse Photography
The Right Wrong’s Australian correspondent E3lipse attended the JDM Western Australia Meet and Cruise on the 23rd October where more than 100 Japanese cars gathered at a location which is a 15mins drive from Perth City to meet up before heading off for a cruise around the area.
What is a cruise? It is probably what we know in Singapore as “rounding” where there is a specific route to follow and everyone will drive along the route together.
Words by : Ray Ng, Photos by : E3lipse Photography
Wei Jie is our Australian correspondent as he is currently studying in Perth. Being in Australia, he has the opportunity to shoot cars never before seen on Singapore’s roads or cars that are really rare. The locations to shoot are plentiful compared to Singapore where many spots are forbidden and security guards are more than happy to chase you away even if you’re not obstructing traffic.
This limited production model needs no introduction.
After 3 years of snapping mostly cars , Wei Jie is still constantly improving and learning from others, often reading car magazines and websites to get ideas and inspiration from renowned photographers. He has photos published in magazines and websites and currently working with 7Tune and TheRightWrong as a correspondent.
Hailing from Fukui Prefecture, Japan, there’s this feisty time-attack styled Civic EK which never fails to catch my attention.
Little Bee Racing EK (Current)
What never fails to catch my eyes is the elaborate front diffuser with Voltex carnards, and the Voltex GT wing identical to the one I previously used. They fabricate the carbon fibre door in house too, and there’s also a unique roof scoop. Continue reading →
When Porsche first released the Panamera, it looked like this.
Sure it was Porsche’s first attempt at building a sports luxury sedan but being the Porsche fan I am, I found myself comparing it to the sleek lines of the 911. The Panamera looked big and chunky, not what I would expect from a super car company. To be frank it sort of looked like a frog in certain angles. Then the owner of this Panamera, Benjamin came along and changed my mind about this car.