When a few days ago I jumped on a plane to Munich, I mainly did it because we had been invited to witness Nakai-san, the man behind RAUH-Welt Begriff (RWB) modify a Porsche 911 993, but I wasn’t expecting much more from that trip. Fortunately, I was totally mistaken. Tuning World Bodensee, the event in the small german location of Friedrichshafen where the birth of the second RWB in the country took place, surprised me in a good sense: tuning is not dead in Europe
This past December I decided that, for once, I didn’t want to be cold in winter. So I planned a getaway from Barcelona’s low temperatures looking for a warmer new year’s eve. The chosen destination was China and, as it has become the common thing to do lately, when I planned the trip I also organized a short visit to Hong Kong to get a feel for the local automotive culture.
First time I came across them on a random Internet blog I didn’t know what I was looking at: pictures of cars taken at the same white, nearly aseptic corridor, with a shy driver who bowed down to avoid being recognized.