Here we go for round 2 on January 4th: the world’s top S14s as selected by you.
Mr. Chob’s S14a: A member of Chi Town’s Risky Devils.
Team Magician S14a: I will always have a softspot for this all Japanese drift crew. They have some amazing cars.
Wander’s S14a: One of the most famous S14s in Europe driven by fellow Dutchman Lennart Wander.
Matt Powers’ S14: What can I say that hasn’t been said before? This car has reached celebraty status across the drifting world.
Garage Saurus S14.5: This car has seen extensive development over the years, the latest modification includes the new splitter.
Cravingimpact S14.5: A amazing project made inside owner’s garage. I wonder what happened to the car. The last thing I heard was that it has been seen running at Oulton Park.
Brett Castle’s S14A: this car won the 2007 EDC Drift Series.
Brian Harte’ S14: This internet celebrity once said “I will never take drifting seriously.” Luckily that doens’t apply to his car building skills.
RS*R JGTC S14A: the 1997 Championship GT300 class winner.
Martin Ffrench’s S14.5: This strawberry car with a S15 nose has previously seen lots of action in both the Irish and UK drifting scenes.
Forrest Wang’s S14a: an iconic machine of previous years.
James Deane’s S14.5: this chassis won both the Pro Drift Irish and European Championships in 2008.
Friends Racing S14.5: The S14.5 can even been seen on your ‘local’ dragstrip.
Carl Ruiterman’s S14a: this chassis has probably won more national drift championships that any other.
Masashi Yokoi’s D1SL S14a: as seen at Nikko circuit in late 2009.
Mark Arcenal’s S14: This car has seen more spraybooths than I can keep track of. I saw some preview shots of its new look, but we will have to wait for the final product.
Exceed Moat S14: Another S14 that has been made for the track.
AMS Performance S14.5: An American built drag spec S14.5 with 718whp.
Weld S14: The wildest S14 build ever attempted. I wonder where this chassis is now.
Paul Cheshire’s Team Green S14a: one of nicest S14s in the UK.
Full Race S14: A S14 with a RB26 in one AWD package deal.
Tra Kyoto S14: Their S14 looks just as cool as their S13.
Gaz Whiter’s S14.5: Always a contender at any New Zealand Drift event.
Vertex S14a: Off course I had to include these two following cars. This first one is my favorite.
Vertex S14: This second one has a more aggresive wheel fitment.
Jay Pizarro’s S14a: Another vertex kitted S14 that has been used in anger during drift events.
Luke Fink’s Holford Motors S14a: One of Australia’s top drift cars.
Still one more day to go, tune in tomorrow for some S15s