It would have been fate if we assigned Eric Kieu an EK to shoot for the Honda issue because his initials are EK. But it wasn't, and there's no use getting upset over it. Not that anyone would in the first place.\
Henry Z. Dekuyper
The Z man dipped into a dark, seedy alley to photograph a Honda minivan done up JDM style. We then saw him dip further into the darkness for who knows what. Our virgin eyes can't take that kind of thing as well as they used to.
Bow in the presence of greatness when you're in the company of Mr. Allison. He delivers once again for the Honda issue. Now, someone get this man an Outback steak, stat!
Scott's the photographic equivalent of the guy in Bloodsport who kicked everyone's ass in the kumite, in that he kicks plenty of photographic ass for us. Except he doesn't beat the cars to a bloody pulp and his last name isn't spelled nearly as cool as Dux's. OK USA!
Leave it to Roel to organize the largest Filipino gathering of drag racers Super Street has ever seen, along with token Chinese, Korean and white guys for flavor. We're not sure how he convinced Myles to come without a bag full of Jollibee treats, but we can think of other unmentionable devices.
Has anybody figured out what the B.K. stands for? We threw the words around but we're pretty sure Burger King ain't it. Nakadashi, on the other hand, means "model citizen who would never engage in nocturnal activities, such as surfing the net at 4 a.m. for pr0n."
We tested Gary's Honda knowledge this month in a weak effort to throw him off his A-game. He came through with flying colors and stumped us by answering questions that have been bothering us for years. "Ha!" he proclaimed, throwing a smoke ball to the ground and disappearing like a ninja. He'll be back; they always come back.