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June 12, 2017

I can’t believe Formula D, NJ has already come and gone. Time is flying by! After the New York Auto Show, Formula Drift NJ is somewhat of an unofficial start of car culture season here in the Tri-State. This massive event that’s been in circulation for over a decade and is showing no signs of losing momentum. After attending a few FD events around the country, I can say one of the aspects that make the New Jersey round always stand out above the others is the venue. For spectators, Wall Speedway makes for amazing views of the competition. The same goes for photographers. From the center of the track, they can pretty much capture every angle of the action. Brian Chin of Chinzophoto is a veteran in that respect. I don’t recall a single year the Chinzo wasn’t shooting FDNJ. His method of capturing the action is something we all tend to look forward to as he has a very creative approach. There’s always that “money shot” that he somehow manages to always capture. This year,  I can only imagine he must have been watching Dragon Ball Super the night before and decided to increase his photography power level before the event. Sick shots Chinzo! I’m very honored to share these with you all.

Enough chatter from me. Have a look for yourselves!








































See you next year Formula D!
Follow @ChinzoPhoto on IG for more of his solid photography.

Born, raised and living in NYC. Love cars, Japan, graphic design, bass music and chillin'. Digital production at The New York Times. PRIME, Bulletproof Automotive, Fatlace and east cost/global car life. Tokyo Extreme Racer and Bronx street racing was where it all began...