SPEED HERO Blog — speed hero

Japan, the ride, the sequel.

While at the Tsukuba Hyper Meeting Alexi let us know that he was leaving early to check out an RB meet at Nikko circuit. We were invited along and excitedly accepted of course. Tsukuba was a lot of fun but nothing prepared us for the overwhelming nature of Nikko. It's an unassuming track hidden away from the world and surrounded by the hills of what looks to be an old quarry site. You take a rough road off the highway and follow it through a single lane concrete tunnel, once through the tunnel you're met with screeching tires and the...


Pictorial History of the 1985 RX7, King of the Undead!

Let's summarize shall we? 1985-rx7-0061 [caption id="attachment_84" align="alignleft" width="600" caption="Pleather death, death to pleather."]Pleather death, death to pleather.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_86" align="alignleft" width="600" caption="The hell?"]The hell?[/caption] [caption id="attachment_87" align="alignleft" width="600" caption="Refreshing sweat for a job well done. Well, a job done anyway."]Refreshing sweat for a job well done. Well, a job done anyway.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_88" align="alignleft" width="600" caption="Everybody stay calm, I\'m a...


Speed Hero's Durrfty Day.

Well, here in Ontario Canada, we have an extremely small scene. Not only are all the roads perfectly straight grid across Ontario (when the settlers came they divided the land equally and gave it free to families coming to Canada, resulted in all the roads being perfectly straight grid across almost the whole province!) But we also have some extremely strict street racing laws: If you get caught "Stunting" you can be fined up to $10,000, and if you cannot afford it, your car becomes a lovely cube. Also, up here is Nascar Country. We have about 400 Oval tracks...