I almost didn't get out to the Toyota MegaWeb during my time in Tokyo. I had read about it before going, but it seemed a bit out of the way and possibly hard to get to depending on what hostel we ended up staying at. I couldn't have been more wrong about that. My friend passed by it while checking some other places out and told me that I HAD to go, and so I decided to figure out exactly how to get there.
For the past five or six years, I've been reading about Japan's car culture on Speedhunters.com. People like Taryn and Dino are constantly bringing amazing content out of the Land of the Rising Sun, from drifting and time attack events, to some of the world's greatest tuners and builders. It seemed like the best place to be for an automotive enthusiast, and was easily first on my list of places to travel to.
If you're even slightly into cars and are near the Montreal area, chances are you saw something about this new meet on social media. When I first heard about Cars on Fire, and saw that it was being hosted at Circuit Mont-Tremblant where I work, I was more than excited. It's the first time that the circuit has opened its gates to this kind of event, and I was really hoping that it would be successful.
Eurokracy is a show that I've attended every year for the past 4 years, but this year was by far my favorite. Every year I shoot hundreds of photos at this show, and after sifting through them in post and picking the best, I only end up with a handful that I use. This year I decided I wanted to spend more time with each shot, and get them right, and what better way to do that than with film?