Hyundai Genesis Forum banner
1 - 2 of 2 Posts

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
10,780 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·



Robbie Nishida was born in Okinawa, Japan; to a half American, half Japanese father and a Japanese mother. At the age of five, his family moved to the Yokota Air Force base. Robbie’s childhood memories are filled with memories of growing up on the base. Robbie attended school on the base, which gave him the gift of speaking both English and Japanese fluently. This gift has gives him the advantage to be productive in both American and Japanese drift cultures. He currently resides in Japan with his wife and his four year old son in a house near the Air Force Base where he grew up. Ever since Robbie was a child, he has been interested in cars, his love of cars eventually led him to discover drifting, which he has been contributing to for over ten years. His race career has given him much experience with many different cars and gives him a variety of knowledge about cars. Although he is a clean drifter, when it comes to competition he becomes aggressive and can push his competitors to their limit.

In Japan, he has been on Ikaten (a Japanese TV Show), Option videos, Hot Version AE86 video, Drift Tengoku, Battle Magazine and Autoworks, just to mention a few. His short time in America has gotten him coverage in places such as G4TV, The Discovery Channel, Option Video, ESPN2, Driftzone, Driftlive, and more than a handful of online outlets. Some of Robbie’s career highlights include placing first at a Battle Magazine single drift event at Nikko Circuit, first and third at another competition, Battle Magazine Championship Drift round finishing best of six. In 2005, at Formula D in New Jersey, Robbie passed Sam Hubinette in his Mopar Viper while driving the K-style “team orange” K truck. Recently, his drift team is tied for 1st place in the team drift competition sponsored by Champ car.



100% free webcam site! | Awesome chicks and it is absolutely free! | Watch free live sex cam - easy as 1-2-3
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
2,163 Posts
Robbie Nishida's Hancook 350 was fun to watch burn up the track. Hard angles and tons of tire smoke made him a joy to shoot in action. I took a lot of photos of this car but here are a few..





These 3 I liked the best...and the 2nd most of all



 
1 - 2 of 2 Posts
Top