Japfest, Baby!

“Japfest, Baby!” The immortal words from Craig’s mouth as he rolls past my window on the way to Japfest 2016 last year. This was the first big RAD outing of show season last year, and… View Article

Published by: in Uncategorised on the 05th June, 2017

An Afternoon With Alice The Landie

Patina is a word I generally dislike. It tends to be used by people to describe old concourse cars and get really anal about the history, or to defend a car that’s a complete shed through… View Article

Published by: in Uncategorised on the 10th May, 2017

Getting Kitted Up: Part 3 (Execution)

So if you’ve seen parts 1 and 2, you’ll know that I have some pretty strong opinions on styling (that some out there disagree with), and I’ve also got a cheap, repaired and primered Duce… View Article

Published by: in Uncategorised on the 06th May, 2017

Getting Kitted Up: Part 2 (Action)

So if you’ve read Part 1, you’ll know I have some pretty strong and picky opinions about MX-5 style, and the bodykit offerings out there. You’ll also know that I picked up the front and… View Article

Published by: in Uncategorised on the 11th April, 2017

Getting Kitted Up: Part 1 (The Evolution)

So, as you no doubt know, I’ve been into Drifting for a long time And driving an MX-5 in drifting is like being the short kid in P.E. (also me) Nobody cares. Despite their rising… View Article

Published by: in Uncategorised on the 10th April, 2017

It’s been a while!

So, the idea of me regularly updating the blog predictably flopped! It’s been a busy 6 months for me back at Uni once again, and not too much has been done to the car save… View Article

Published by: in Uncategorised on the 04th February, 2017

Fighting Fire and Sitting Pretty

The next thing on my long list of summer additions is to sort the seating. My stock seats have done well up to this point, but having had a go in a car with some… View Article

Published by: in Uncategorised on the 02nd September, 2016

DIYTBs: Part 2

So if you’ve seen part 1 of the DIYTBs you remember this monstrosity: There were unsurprisingly vacuum leaks galore from my hideous test manifold, and the throttles themselves were working loose from the vibration. I… View Article

Published by: in Uncategorised on the 22nd August, 2016