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than to at­tend the sec­ond an­nual Fuji Speed­way event held on May 1st, where it was more than just a track day; it was a car show as well. Thou­sands trav­elled from the sur­round­ing area to spend the day with their family at Fuji Speed­way, where big name af­ter­mar­ket man­u­fac­tur­ers such as Eneki, WORK Wheels, and HKS were pack­ing the heat with cars show­ing off their lat­est prod­ucts at their booths. You could see any­thing from R34 GT-Rs, to Lam­borgh­i­nis – even a track-ready Fer­rari F40. One no­table ve­hi­cle that many may not have seen tucked away in the garage bay was a Pa­gani Zonda Revolu­cion!

We ar­rived fairly late to Fuji Speed­way and only caught the tail end of the Lib­erty Walk event, but Kato-san, the founder of Lib­erty Walk, was still there, al­ways will­ing to take pho­tos with the pub­lic. Al­though we ar­rived late, a few ve­hi­cles stayed be­hind from the 140-plus Lib­erty Walk cruise to show­case their cars to the pub­lic. A line-up of Lib­erty Walk wide­body Nis­san Sky­lines (In­finiti G37 over here) did not dis­ap­point to say the least, and a blue Lam­borgh­ini did not shy to strike a pose with its iconic doors while we were leav­ing the lot.

This is a truly an event that cap­tures the love for au­to­mo­tive en­thu­si­asts in Ja­pan!

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