Alexi from noriyaro again provides us with the latest coverage out of Japan and today he shows us an endangered species – the D1GP AE86.
Caught in the wild at the D1 Grand Prix final in Fuji Speedway last weekend, these AE86’s are the few still competing in what has become a huge horsepower competition. It is a shame to see the AE86 losing it’s competitive edge in a world dominated by machines boasting 400ps power output figures, but it is still exciting to watch the dedicated ’86 pilots in their do-or-die corner entry speeds, flat to the floor to keep up with the big boys!
Hibino doing what he does best – maximum angle full lock!
Tadokoro’s 13BT-powered trueno coupe features a new style J-Blood bodykit and blister fenders.
Ken Maeda in one of the last remaining original D1 AE86 cars – the infamous yellow UP GARAGE Trueno hatch.
Kensaku Komoroâ€™s Tec Arts Trueno just oozes slammed, cool style.
Winds Autoâ€™s Kimihiro Obata in his Levin Hatch.
Stay tuned for new wallpapers very soon!