Drift King's personal NSX-R - VTEC CLUB - Best Motoring International
Go to http://gtchannel.com for more car videos and content. [English Narration & Subs] Drift King Keiichi Tsuchiya shows off his pearl white custom NSX-R, and battle Naoki Hattori's stock NSX-R on track to prove his set up is better than stock.
Nismo R34 Skyline GT-R Z-tune Full Test - Nismo Beast Unleashed - Best Motoring International
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[English Narration & Subs] The full test of the legendary Nismo R34
Z-tune. Naoki Hattori goes in depth to look at the one and only R34
Skyline. He then goes out to the track to compare it against the F360
Drift King's JGTC Challenge episode 1 - Hot Version International
Go to http://gtchannel.com for more car videos and content. [English
Narration & Subs] Keiichi Tsuchiya is known as the Drift King, and D1GP
Judge and also a Le Mans racer and JGTC driver. Go to http://gtchannel.com
for more car videos and content. Before he became the team principal for
the ARTA Team, he used to race the ARTA NSX in JGTC. Here is racing
documentary series of his days in JGTC.
NSX Type R
The legendary NSX Type R. Some information on the model, as well as a
comparison with other Honda and Nissan Models.
Copyright note: Footage for this video were taken from the DVD "Best
Motoring - Type R Legends", property of Zig Zag Asia (America) Inc.
Best Motoring International HVI Tuner Battle Royale *Full DVD / Keiichi Tsuchiya*
With the first edition debuting in 1987 and the last in 2011, the videos
were marked by non traditional races and challenges such as Tōge battles,
in which one car tries to outrun another on a twisty mountain pass. The
drivers were the premier racers of the various Japanese racing series,
including JGTC (now Super GT), the D1 Grand Prix, and Formula Nippon. Some
of the regular hosts/drivers included the "Drift King" Keiichi Tsuchiya,
Manabu Orido, and Juichi Wakisaka.
Best Motoring, Hot Version and Video Special were all produced by
The Japanese version of Best Motoring was a monthly video series covering
mainly non-tuned factory cars, whereas Hot Version
(ホットバージョン) was the bi-monthly video series testing mainly
tuned cars. Video Special was yet another video series that was released
irregularly and usually focused on a particular car model.
The final installments are Best Motoring of April 2011's. However, Hot
Version would make it's return shortly after being cancelled due to popular
Other spinoffs series included quarter-yearly Racing History, released in
2005, was dedicated to the historical aspect of Japanese motorsport.