Made the trip out to Queensland Raceway for their annual Xmas Bash drift day. A day more for drifters, there weren’t too many spectators which left a nice open feel to the venue. I wasn’t too keen on the heat so I only stayed around for an hour or so but it was enough to validate the drive out there!
Driven all the way from Sydney on Historic plates, this 86 did well when I saw it sliding around wet-pan and Short track.
Having been hanging around a friends shed for the last two or so weeks somewhat helping them get their Silvia back on the road but ultimately spending most of the time shit-talking.
After following John’s build on his Supra for a while, it was good to be able to see it come to life for the last day of Matsuri after overcoming many little hurdles that could have prevented it going.
Amazing what a set of wheels and coilovers can do for a car.
On the outskirts of Brunswick Street is a rad little coffee shop that is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Most of my nights end up here drinking the best coffee (and iced beverages) Brisbane has to offer made by the coolest and friendliest baristas.
Headed to my first munchies in a year or so.
What to do when you can’t sleep? Wait it out and head down to the waters edge and get some photos of the Sunrise.
Met up with Mick, a local Datsun owner at the McDonald’s down the road.
My friend got some rad rolling shots through the Clem7 tunnel.