The Indianapolis Speedrome had a season opener this last weekend. I decided to take the R32 out for a bit of a shakedown after all the off-season work. I've run this track one time before and it's still totally weird to me drifting on a circle track. I don't particularly enjoy it, but it's a good spot to test some things out.
I spent the day before getting everything aligned in my driveway. It was the first time I've done a string alignment and it turned out well. The Nagisa pillow arms are neat, but they make alignment a big of a pain so I think I'm going to swap stock R33 lower arms on to make things simple.
The weather was nice, but there wasn't much relaxing as I had issues with the 326power wide-tread spacers I was running up front. I should have taken them off a while ago after I stopped running the 9J Meisters up front. The 9.5s don't need them. After 3 of the studs on the driver side spacer snapped I decided to junk the other spacer as well. Unfortunately I had cut the stock studs when I installed the spacer so I ended up spending an hour running to a few different auto part stores to find enough studs.
After swapping all the wheels studs on both sides and throwing the 326power spacers in the garbage I finally got on the track. Drake from Breaking was there with his insane Mavic drone and took the cool footage below.