Before we get into the actual event day though, majority of the time there's a "prep" day. I had tagged along with Dave to take a visit to the JZXGG HQ where some of the guys were in preparation for the skidpan event the next day.
Duy - You're good to go mate, get out of there. (he didn't actually say that)
End of GG sesh.
Drivers sign on.
If you have an interest in the X chassis, this was an event Sydney-siders wouldn't want to miss.
7-11's freshly ground coffee for a wake up call.
8:00AM - Driver's briefing.
9:00AM - Driving commences. Suit up boys.
Or smoko break in Hung's case.
JZXGG Skidpan Day off to a flying start. I haven't actually done any panning for about 10 months, so at this point, I was a bit rusty.
"No drifting around stationary vehicle"
4 JZX100 Mark II's (Dave's car not pictured) together in one place, not an often sight you'd see.
The "you can't sit with us" group.
Cam on the cam while I cam, camception. Bland.
Duy chasin' waterfalls.
Bonnets up early within the event.
The day wasn't filled with just the X chassis. There were a few exception for the day.
Green flag indicating start of session, yellow flag indicating to take caution due to a spinout etc, black flag means you get off the track due to being a douche or not following the rules & red flag means end of session.
Lindana on flag & timer duties.
Noob with those 1JZ on spots.
"Off the track mate, time for the next group."
Part 2 here.