Photo of popular japanese TV personality Terry Ito and RC car World Champion Masami Hirosaka. After watching the drift car demonstration runs, Terry Ito repeatedly commented on how cool and interesting they were.
5 new members of the ORC Racing Ladies debuted at this Tokyo Auto Salon.
The Yokomo Ladies handed out mini-magazines edited by Drift Tengoku called Dori-Raji Tengoku. This comprehensive booklet covers topics from purchasing a Drift Package, to modifying and drift techniques! Includes reprints of three articles from Drift Tengoku's "RC Drifter Training School" series.
The "Super Drifter Raji-Dori Freak Fest" put on by Drift Tengoku. Each brought along a Drift Package to have a contest to see who was best, judged by the crowd. Contest participants included the chief editor of JDM Option, Bomber Yamamoto, Meri Sakikawa, the Welc store manager, and D1 drivers.
From beginning to end, huge crowds gathered around the Yokomo booth to watch the demonstrations. The crowds grew even bigger when the D1 drivers arrived.
The Kunny'z Chaser - Kuniaki Takahashi Version held by this ORC Racing Lady is scheduled for release in March.
Announced at this event were four new releases. From left, The ORC Z33 - Ryuji Miki Version, RS•R Supra, Yuke's Impreza, Kunny'z Chaser - Kuniaki Takahashi Version.
From left, Nobuteru Taniguchi, Nobushige Kumakubo, Manabu Orido, and Youichi Imamura. These superstars of the D1 world are unable to walk the show floor without being stopped for an autograph or photo.
Nine of Yokomo's D1 version cars! Ten if you include the Top Secret S15. Four Street version cars also available.