Nagoya, Japan - The season of automotive events in Japan started last week and Wekfest was a must for all street and stance enthusiasts. With over 300 cars, most of them being street cars, visitors had lots to see in the gigantic dome shaped hall of the Nagoya Port Messe.
Once again, the diversity of the builds displayed at the Wekfest was a feast for the senses and there was something for everyone.
European cars included from Modern BMWs to an old Volkswagen Golf Mk1, you could enjoy the whole German spectrum with various projects going from ultra clean restored oldies to shooting-brakes slammed to the ground.
Among these cars I found some of the weirdest builds ever seen, like these two Nissan Silvias completely built for track use with proper roll cages, bucket seat, GT wings and stripped from most of their interior elements but…
…with insane camber totally nullifying the improvement made to the chassis. A quick talk with one of the owners revealed that he completely understood that camber would simply make the car slow and very bad in terms of grip and handling, but he claimed that as a real Japanese, his goal was to drift the car with this amount of camber to make the impossible possible… Well, it demonstrates yet again that it is not about the numbers and results but just how one enjoys his car.