After a difficult start to the season in Round 1, I had lots of repairs to do. The crash had caused significant damage to the front end. I only had 1.5 weeks to get the car prepared for the next practice session. I worked on the car every night and all weekend, finishing it the night before.
Round 2 was incredible, the car had come back from Garage-D a few days before the event with a new alignment so the practice say was going to be a huge help as I got used to the changes on the car.
While widebody cars are popping out left right and center these days, with amazingly tasteful ones showcasing superb talent and brilliant ideas, the scene is becoming slowly saturated with them all over the world and even though I have no distaste for widebody cars, I feel it takes a whole lot (or little) to stand out now days…which brings me to write this beautiful piece.
I would have to admit I do not believe in love at first sight, however upon seeing Zen’s Chaser parked up in all its gleaming glory down in Christchurch I would be hard pressed to say it was not almost love at first sight for sure!
Round 2 of Driftcup 2018 saw us return to the Three Sisters Race Circuit in Wigan for the first time in a couple of years, and how I’ve missed this track!