It's been a few interesting years for Japanese auto industry as people's priorities have been shifting towards Eco, efficiency and value. That said, in last several months the car scene has been on the rise, and it's days like this that serve as proof that people here still love fast cars.
Fuji Speedway to celebrate a brand that put Japan racing pedigree on the map.
Nissan Motorsport International Limited, or Nismo has been around for almost 30 years looking after Nissan's racing division.
2014 Nismo Nissan GTR that set yet another Nürburgring record and took the world by storm.
ings body kit and Rays G25 rims.
Super Taikyu, where most cars have close resemblance to their showroom versions.
GT500 class super machines,
GT-R by Overtake International. Sitting on 20 inch Rays TE37 Ultra wheels it shows its upgraded carbon brake rotors, which are also offered by Overtake International.
Mine's with their rock solid presence in Japan's after-market world and today they were proudly presenting their version of 2013 Nissan GTR.
MCR Racing featuring 19 inch Rays TE37 wheels, adjustable, TEIN suspension and their own body kit.
HKS turbos and ECU as well as ARC intercooler and titanium racing exhaust system.
Kleers/Do-Luck R33 with massive rear spoiler and diffuser was a true crowd pleaser.
SEMA. The 240SX with KA24 engine upgraded with Tomei Powered parts, sporting Rocket Bunny wide body kit was truly a one of a kind ride.
2014 Super GT Nissan GTR, which will compete under completely different regulations and rules. But it doesn't make the car look any worse. As a matter of fact, looking at the car up close and personal, I can only say that next year Super GT is going to be a must-watch.