Hugo MacLean’s AE85 personified the era in pro-drift style when style still reigned supreme over grip and speed. In its final form, with the Kiwi-RE-built 20B peripheral-port (PP) and ‘Mad Mike’–designed hologram livery, it was, without a doubt one, of the more stylish cars to have graced the D1NZ grid at the time. It had been that way since 2012, when it first entered the series with dished SSR Longchamps and a turbo-charged F20C, later switching to a 13B turbo before the 20B. The 20B form was Hugo’s answer to a pro-level build, and quickly became a crowd-pleaser due to its wild style. When Hugo gave up, the car was parted out — the shell is in the hands of a fellow D1NZ AE driver, and the engine back in a Mazda.