MOTOR FAN FESTA
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!