While spending some time at Buttonwillow Raceway for the Global Time Attack event, we couldn't help but notice the buzz surrounding a particular R35 GT-R. Upon closer inspection, we soon realized that this was none other than the soon-to-be (very) famous R35 GT-R built by R's Tuning that is to be featured in the upcoming Fast & Furious 6 film.
What's better than a BMW M3? How about two that are boosted? Check out this pair of insane Beemers from the Shift-S3ctor Airstrip Attack earlier this month.
Take an engine from a Ford F-150. Mix it with a bit of American racing history-a la GT40. Let it loose to tuners. Reap the benefits of 2,000 reliable horses.
Back in the day, Scotty was a die-hard street racer who always had an affinity for the older, two-door GC body style. He'd shared co-driving duties in a friend's GC rally car, and that experience made him realize how strong the Subaru chassis was. However, he liked the RS's factory look so much that his own car remained stock for a year after he bought it.
In the performance ring, JDM often stresses harmony when improving the car, maintaining the original intent and spirit of the car. Regan Yu with his NSX ticks many of these same boxes, but stands out because of the overall ethos of his approach to the build. You see, Regan is a passionate enthusiast, but he also possesses a keen sense of value and an ability to recognize quality. It is a trait that serves him well in his professional life in commercial real estate, and that same trait has paid dividends in his approach to building his NSX.