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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggie View Post


    Something strange happened to me the Saturday just passed. As a lot of you know Saturday the 15th October happened to be the 2011 Eastern creek drift night.

    When we started drift club, we felt there were too many Honda owners track days out there. Be it circuit club, oz Honda, itr club – they all felt to Honda centric. Car lovers should be all encompassing and dance around the racetrack
    holding hands with other car lovers from a different “allegiance”.

    I had been to other Honda shows before. I Joined the oz Honda sports car club with my Nissan 180sx and went bbqing with ITR with my Navara. I didn’t mind them so much, but having a different make was like an act of defiance.
    It was like I needed to show them that all that life outside vtec existed, and that fast cars were actually produced.

    But last Saturday i had the time of my life. I rocked up a little late, and as i drove in I spotted two other 180sx sitting side by side. Even though there were spots closer to the action, for some reason, i magnetically drove my 180sx to be next to the other
    Silvias. Then after I had parked my 180, I wanted to actually get in and go on the racetrack with the other silvias so I did.

    Walking through the pits and helping people work on their cars. I wasn’t getting bored but rather looking forward to getting out on the circuit with them. I wasn’t disappointed as boost kicked in and all i could hear was limiter bashing tire frying drift cars.
    One after the other with not a single p plater trying to drag race me in his fart cannon equipped single cam POS.

    That’s what was weird – i think my inner joy at not seeing a single riced out slammed on steelies painted black FWD shoe box got the better of me – i even yelled out “what’s that Toyota doing here?” when a corolla rocked up. I almost said “hail Nismo” afterwards but didn’t because i decided i wasn’t a giant faggot.

    I guess i still can’t understand why one make meets and vtec are so special. A common love for niche in niche is a great reason for people to get together and circle jerk, and the Honda guys did a great job of facilitating this.

    Time to put that Honda pride away before the next CC trackday then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggie View Post


    Something strange happened to me the Saturday just passed. As a lot of you know Saturday the 15th October happened to be the 2011 Eastern creek drift night.

    When we started drift club, we felt there were too many Honda owners track days out there. Be it circuit club, oz Honda, itr club – they all felt to Honda centric. Car lovers should be all encompassing and dance around the racetrack
    holding hands with other car lovers from a different “allegiance”.

    I had been to other Honda shows before. I Joined the oz Honda sports car club with my Nissan 180sx and went bbqing with ITR with my Navara. I didn’t mind them so much, but having a different make was like an act of defiance.
    It was like I needed to show them that all that life outside vtec existed, and that fast cars were actually produced.

    But last Saturday i had the time of my life. I rocked up a little late, and as i drove in I spotted two other 180sx sitting side by side. Even though there were spots closer to the action, for some reason, i magnetically drove my 180sx to be next to the other
    Silvias. Then after I had parked my 180, I wanted to actually get in and go on the racetrack with the other silvias so I did.

    Walking through the pits and helping people work on their cars. I wasn’t getting bored but rather looking forward to getting out on the circuit with them. I wasn’t disappointed as boost kicked in and all i could hear was limiter bashing tire frying drift cars.
    One after the other with not a single p plater trying to drag race me in his fart cannon equipped single cam POS.

    That’s what was weird – i think my inner joy at not seeing a single riced out slammed on steelies painted black FWD shoe box got the better of me – i even yelled out “what’s that Toyota doing here?” when a corolla rocked up. I almost said “hail Nismo” afterwards but didn’t because i decided i wasn’t a giant faggot.

    I guess i still can’t understand why one make meets and vtec are so special. A common love for niche in niche is a great reason for people to get together and circle jerk, and the Honda guys did a great job of facilitating this.

    Time to put that Honda pride away before the next CC trackday then.
    Why HondaNats?



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    2011 Results


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    3 Jason Wright Autotech Eng/Process W Subaru Impreza WRX 1:35.8550
    4 John Boston Insight Motorsports Honda S2000 1:37.2670
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    Fastest Honda nearly 10 seconds off the pace....

    and its a turbo s2k which is basically a S15 without a roof

    I actually don't mind Honda's at all my first car was a civic

    but i speak for alot of non Honda people when i say some Honda bros take this shit waaaaaay to seriously considering most $20K build + civic will get blown off by a S15 with a 9 dollar boost T

    i guess its like most scenes you have the hardcore guys

    Drift for example you have the guys who at every track day love sliding and are always pushing for more...

    then you have the dude in a N/A s13 on stokies who thinks he's DK because he ripped a skid in the wet around a roundabout by mistake.

    Same goes for say in the honda scene

    the BYP guys and their teg... real nice car.. real nice results very well set up.

    and the bro in the single cam EG who needs to announce the fact he dosent even have Vtec by crashing into a truck at a JDMST meet.. but its all good because his shit is powered by dreams



    whatever its all good i was just having a laugh, and that was not to pull you down at all narada i enjoy your work.. and i know what its like to hang out there and have to type out an interesting piece for someones entertainment.
    Last edited by Biggie; 21-10-11 at 01:02 PM.
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    ^^ hahaha

    i own both a honda and a nissan and my experiences have been so different.

    Usually when i would drive around in my civic, id see a tidy honda, give 'the nod' and 9 times out of 10 the response would be a WTF you looking at expression followed by the guy giving it a hit.

    the experience driving my skyline on the other hand has been completly different. pretty much everytime ive seen a tidy R32/33/34, nods are exchanged. I remember once driving home from work, driving down Homebush Bay Drive and had an R32 GTR besides me. we ended up having a convo at every set of lights for about a k or so.

    That being said, i know alot of great honda guys. Guess each scene has their goods and bads so its best to not limit yourself to associating with one flavour of people.

    Im pretty happy to know that with my car club, we have members from the honda, nissan, toyota and even ford and holden fraternities. Even guys that are into sexspec to track guys.
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