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01 November 2011

Video: Porsches in Japan

Five minutes of artful black-n-white and howling flat-sixes at Tsukuba

Rowan Horncastle
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Yes, about that time of day to take five and embrace some random automotive awesomeness.

If you're a fan of racing games you may be familiar with Tsukuba circuit: it's well known for being very tight, short and technical. But entering a virtual world, filling the track with pretend metal and battling it out with your mates is one thing; people do this in reality too.

Idlers Games racing events happen three times a year, and in this clip someone has followed the Japanese RWB family to a trackday at Tsukuba, dominated by one-off RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF Porsches belting around at a clip.

The result is a strange mix of exhilarating and relaxing. And perfect for a Monday afternoon...


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