put the scrap in the show and the nice stuff across the circuit where no one could see them, funny though :crackup:This use to be an OK show until every farmer in the country started pulling scrapers out of ditches and polishing them!!! This event is now avoided by most Evo enthusiasts.
Didn't bother myself eitherIts name is farcical tbh ...its no longer a JAP fest as mentioned :shake:.....I went last year ,mainly for a big day out with my son ...Timeattack was good to view ,and the drifting not bad either ...but ....I wont venture again :thumbdown
Times have changed ......
No disrespect to the OP intended :smthumbup
No doubting the pros on track whatsoever :smthumbup....you noticed the "hoody" element ......tax is a killer tbh over here ,and downturn in profitability has the "japfest " organisers allowing all sorts in on the act !No offence taken it's wasn't anything on the Jap fest in the UK, sadly the general type of person at the show wasn't your normal enthusiast 'type' if you what I mean?
I did find the amount of euro boxes there quite odd too?
All I can say is they are very big on the Hondas/starlets over in Ireland - I guess the tax rules have something to do with it?
I wouldn't say I'd recommend the show but the actual drivers on the day were certainly upto scratch