Japan: Deserted Spec Race Cars

Since leaving the Kanto region last Friday, Ive been forced to put a lot of business on hold. And with holds comes a lot of spare time.

Today for instance, while out for a ride in near by Masaki town in Ehime prefecture, there I spotted a group of abandoned spec race cars which were once raced locally by a small group called No ah Racing. Here is their Minkara Blog Blog includes some of there newer spec race cars being run these days.

These little machines all seemed to be well built. All gutted to minimize weight, including lexan acrylic windows, through the dash roll cages and so on.

Personally, I believe that these were the popular hot hatch models back in the day. Perhaps even to this day a little.

For now, have a look at these gems. I will for sure keep on looking for more in Japan.











Comments

  1. Classic, Amazing find Adam! I hope you and your family are staying well away from the issues at Fukushima. Keep us updated!

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  2. They look really nice, if you find more be sure to upload pics!

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  3. Haha, you said my layout was nice...yours is so much better lol. Thanks though!!

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  4. Looks like its good on gas too

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  5. Nice blog! Really professional looking.

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  6. It's kind of sad they are abandoned like that, they look like they were really neat

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  7. To bad those cars arent used anymore, nice blog and thanks for the follow :)

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  8. nice blog. I'm currently driving a lancer ralliart.. Love my car soo much.. Not really ready for racing, but its bright yellow, and looks pretty bad ass

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  9. Thanks everyone.
    Have one more set form yesterday ill put up today. But this time a little on the German side :-)

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  10. Thanks for the nice blog. It was very useful for me. Keep sharing such ideas in the future as well, and I am glad to came here! Thanks for sharing the such information with us. up and coming cars

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