Battle Evome, and time attack events in general, are so unique in the sense that each participant has their own story; their own background. Where they come from, how they got into motor sport, things that pushed them to attack. They each have their own setups, their idea of what works best with their driving style, and maybe most intriguing – the way they style their cars. The personality of each comes out in what they pilot, and it’s a large part of what makes us desire to see more.
We all want to express ourselves, some more than others, some for the wrong reasons. The beautiful thing about Japanese motor sport is that, from what I’ve seen (and I’d like to think I have a pretty good perspective), is that their is no barrier between self expression and creation. There’s a reason we all draw so much from Japan.
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