GTA 5 – Kanjo Edition

So what do you do in your free time when you are not working on your car or driving in it? You probably play videogames, or browse the web for car porn or parts right?

The title of this post may be a little misleading for those of you hoping for a real “GTA 5 – Kanjo edition” (sorry to disappoint), but who says you can’t kanjo in Liberty City? We thought the same thing and found this video of a Kanjo meet in GTA 5. Haha! Although it shouldn’t be taken too seriously of course, we thought it was too funny not to share and to be honest, these guys do a pretty decent job imitating a real car meet in Grand Theft Auto.

Open hoods, kanjo masks, hangin’ out, racing, washing cars (although usually the car wash is avoided), terrorising the highway and scaring the living daylights out of pedestrians… Not bad!

Unfortunatly we don’t see a whole lot of old civics, even though the ‘CRX’ is back in the PS4/Xbox One version, so maybe we should tell Rockstar to put those into the next GTA?

[Video] Tuerck’d @ Aussie Drift Matsuri

We at San-Toso are a big fan of the different aspects of Japanese automotive culture. One of them is drifting.

If you say drifting, we think you can recall terms like Formula D, D1GP and you might have heared of Ryan Tuerck.
Ryan is competing in the Formula D series since 2007 and won several round. Next to his official FRS drift car, he is all over the world together with the guys from NetworkA.

Currently we are midways season 3 of “Tuerck’d”  and Ryan visited the Australian Drift Matsuri where he got behind the wheel of an R31 Skyline.
Enjoy and subscribe to Network A’s channel for more awesome footage.

HCN Meeting in September

Sometimes you forget you have photos from an event and you kinda not post them online.
This happens when some people take pictures and other people update the blog 😉

So here is a small flashback to the HCN meeting in the Meern, September this year.
Alex and a few others from the crew went to the meeting, starting with Ronnie his shuttle above.

 

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