We’re very close to kicking off a new week of Speedhunting, which means it’s time to take a quick look back at some of the videos we’ve been watching over the past seven days.
First up, we’ve got a new clip from Petrolicious, in which a Datsun S30 plays the lead role…
Owned by Glenn Chiou, the rare ’72 240Z-L variant features a large number of mostly-unobtainable performance upgrade parts from Datsun’s competition catalog of the period, and that only adds to its unique character. As always, Petrolicious has done a beautiful job of capturing it.
There are no shortage of Fast & Furious reenactment clips on the internet, but this one out of Poland take things to another level. Titled Tokyo Drift In Real Life, the video plays homage to the classic carpark drift scene, albeit with an eastern European edge.
This time last week we took a look at a new video from McLaren that showcased its limited edition 650S Can-Am, of which only 50 examples will be made. On the back of that clip, McLaren has released The Can-Am Years, a new short film featuring archival footage from the early years of the Canadian-American Challenge Cup – the sports car racing series where a small team from New Zealand originally made its name.
Could we pass up sharing some raw footage of a Porsche 935 K3 being thrashed around Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca during Rennsport Reunion V? No, we couldn’t.
We’ve already seen clips with 240Z and Tokyo Drift flavor this week, but our final video for the week combines a bit of both. Z Dream is a new five-part docu-series that follow Fast & Furious franchise actor Sung Kang and his friends as they restomod a Datsun S30 named FuguZ. Episode 1: Origin Story, shows how the project came about, where the base 240Z was sourced from, and what’s in store as the car is pieced together at GReddy USA ahead of its SEMA Show unveiling next month.
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