Pictures from SNF6.
As usual, SNF lived up to expectations. Plenty of battles on track, and some off, provided hours of entertainment for the spectators. Despite taking place on a Friday night, due to the track not being available on Saturday night, 130 cars took part in the race. Besides racing, SNF6 also played host to the first ever Raya “Open House” where all event attendees were invited for a spot of rendang, ketupat, and satay, lots and lots of Satay.
SNF is a race that is open to all. Bring your R35 GTR or your Mini, its a place for racers, not posers.
See what we mean?
SNF is still serious business, registration is a must so we can disqualify you in case you misbehave. Or help you gain a position in case someone wronged you.
It’s also a great place to meets girls and get them to pose for your camera. As demonstrated above.
Raya trio singing a happy song. Or Adian giving a welcome speech. You decide.
Massive tires for grip, and massive intercooler for speed.
Representing the Southside, the Kazama FD2R features massive speed and took home first place in the FF Festival category.
Go Fast pieces 1.
Go Fast pieces 2.
The regular pace car for SNF. Courtesy of Vision Motorsports.
The Satria Neo’s always look good and back that good looks up by displaying good lap times.
Mat Speed racers are regulars too.
So are SNF boogey dancers.
Got fast car? Race it.
Another one of the SNF monster cars.
A typical pit at SNF.
Sponsors. Girls. And fast cars. SNF at its current best.
DJ Michelle throwing it down.
N1 is another regular sight at SNF. Usually at the top of the podium too.
Full livery of the Kazama FD2R.
Leona Chin and her SNF boogie dance.
Next SNF – Nov 12