Out on the Street. BMW Z4 M. Mutual Respect

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One of things I love about this town is the mutual respect shown between owners of cars. In other parts of the world this type of respect just doesn’t exist. This shot was taken by James at about 11pm as we cruised Beach Road for some cool cars and picture opportunities.

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  1. This is something you also feel here in Japan with in the drifting community. You feel it most when you have rolled your car or in need of help, everyone just gathers around and helps you fix the problem. Many times i have helped to roll cars back onto their wheels or given out tools to random people, they all return the favour some how, its such a strong community vibe.