For those

Who say they are an official member of a kanjo team in Osaka. And certified! There was a time a gaijin living in Osaka “joined” an infamous kanjo team. A member from a different kanjozoku tribe stole a civic from another team and t-boned it into the gaijin’s car. The infamous kanjo team did nothing for the poor gaijin. So know that, they ain’t gonna do shit for you. Besides give you some swag. LOL 🖕

– Anonymous kanjozoku

Osaka, Japan.

This message is brought to you through me as an interpreter of a kanjozoku. Thank you.

If you’re not from Osaka, you’re not a kanjozoku.

You don’t gotta take it negative. In fact be enlightened. Respect the culture. ✌️

Two Loops

There is this dream, a fantasy of mine. It’s to drive a few laps in a N1 spec EF9 and N1 EG6 on both of these Loops. It would have to take place at that time and era of course; late 80’s-mid 90’s.

Loop 1 is highlighted in Yellow.

Macau Guia Circuit; if Loop 1 was converted into a professional circuit, this would be it! Just a thought, who’s to say that they have to stay on the highway loop if it was converted into a street circuit??

Such a crazy race! And to think, majority of the races held at Guia are like that!

Interesting find: Sheep Dog. An old school brand!

Now let’s enter The Loop

Views: 1) “grand stands” 2) cockpit 3) “flagger” 4) “VIP” LOL

Back in the days the k-zoku’s would cause mischief on the local streets, just before entering the highway for some havoc. Kanjozoku cars are nearly the same as N1 cars, more or less. Just with a big dose of ghetto-ness from the street! Even though the two loops are different, the driving style is still the same. ✌️