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Finally, some better in-car video footage of Yoshihara and the Spoon Sports FD2R…Enjoy!

Spoon Sports USA 2008 Honda Civic Type-R FD2 lap of 1:49.563 in light rain at Buttonwillow Raceway CW13. Driven by Daijiro Yoshihara during Global Time Attack 2015 Round 1 on February 22, 2015. The time was good enough for the overall fastest time of the day.


Damn, I’ve been sitting on these photos for so long that I almost forgot about them. There has been so much going on lately that there is just some photos that managed to get lost in the mix. I still got some photos from HKS Premium Day to go over and post up but I really wanted to take a break from all the event coverage lately to show you guys some unpublished photos from a shoot I did for Super Street last year. I originally shot this EK when I was in Japan in May of last year for Wekfest Japan. The guys from Tactical Art had literally just completed this car in time for the Wekfest event and so I wanted to make sure I had the car shot before I left. I don’t usually shoot feature cars in Japan for print because I have such a short time there and the weather is usually horrible, but I felt that this EK3 build was an important one because it really helps to illustrate how much USDM-style has grown in Japan over the last couple of years. Honestly, if I didn’t tell you where this car was shot or who built it, you would think that this Honda was from California or something…and well, that is the entire point of this build. Tactical Art really wanted to show the world that they had an understanding of our car culture here and wanted to build a car in homage to the Hondas from out here. You can read more about it in the digital version of the Super Street feature that I’ve linked below. If you haven’t had a chance to see it, please give it a read… Continue Reading


Happy Monday folks! Today is a special day in that it is the annual celebration of my birth into this crazy world so I’m going to go spend some time with friends. Before I go and do that, here is the second half of the Wekfest Hawaii 2015 coverage! This covers the actual show portion of the event and many of the great builds that were present at the show. I know I may have been a little harsh with my words in the first portion of my coverage but I have hope for the Hawaii car enthusiasts community. There are guys and gals on this island that are reppin’ hard and doing their best to push their community forward. I have nothing but respect for them and applaud them for their efforts. Thanks Hawaii for the hospitality and for having me! Enjoy and, as always, I appreciate the support!… Continue Reading