The Spirit of Sendai: JNC’s Tribute to the Hi-Land Drags

The news out of Japan keeps getting worse. Nearly 1,600 are dead, the Nikkei stock market plunged 6%, and a second explosion has occurred at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Sendai, one of the hardest hit areas with some reports of the tsunami reaching 8km inland, is also known for Sendai Hi-Land Raceway, a road course and one of the most famous drag strips in Japan.  So while areas of the nation are on rolling blackouts due to the power shortage, here are some clips of old school Japanese cars with no dearth of power whatsoever.  This is our little JNC tribute to the spirit of Sendai!

As always, keep the Japanese people in your thoughts and please consider a donation.

610 Bluebird-U

G-Works Drags

Kenmeri vs S130


S30 Zs.

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3 Responses to The Spirit of Sendai: JNC’s Tribute to the Hi-Land Drags

  1. orangelancer says:

    the last one with the two s30z. the engine sound. it’s music pure and simple

  2. BIG O says:

    whats up with the guy mooning his buddy in the car?

  3. yeng says:

    are these guys running NA L-series builds? super fast.

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