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Rotorstock Ii 29th & 30th May


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Hi All,

We would like to invite you and your Club to what will be the most exciting event for Japanese Cars ONLY in 2005.

This meeting has now evolved from the 2004 meeting into a true multi event fully supported and promoted by Japanese Performance Magazine.

As well as Club and trade stands the two day Show n Go meeting will feature

"The Japanese Street Fighter Championships", with two sections for Drag tyred cars and road tyred cars, PLUS classes for Front Wheel Drive/ Four Wheel Drive and Rear Wheel Drive.

A Drifting circuit

Autotest circuit (timed)

Drag Strip RWYB (till 7 in the evening for silenced cars on Sunday )

Mobile 450BHP Dyno,and even RC model cars, making this a "Must go to Meeting" for all Japanese Car enthusiasts with something for ALL tastes, ALL ages and with under 16's Free, and all for as little as only £10 per day makes this event an event for ALL the family. (*£18 if prebooked*)

Shakespeare County Raceway and Japanese Performance magazine have now committed to a multi year deal with MRC who are the organising Japanese car club to ensure this meeting is part of the Japanese Car Club community for many years to come, and with Japanese Performance magazine not now involved with Santa Pod this will be their premier motor show / event of the year .

So whatever Japanese car you drive be it, Old, New, Fast or Slow this is the only meeting that has something for everyone in 2005.

We will keep you updated on news as it happens in the build up to this event, but would ask you to go to the website dedicated to this event and register your club for RotorStock II for the 29th and 30th of May.

Please click here to register your club

Please click here for prices:

and here for the Rules for "The Japanese Street Fighter Championships"

For enquiries, club stands, questions, news and fun stuff, or if you would like to sponsor something at this unique event, please go to, or contact or for all trade enquiries.

Many thanks, and we look forward to seeing many of you there for this great unique event.


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Event Timetable

The timetable for the Drag Strip and Drift areas are detailed below. It should be noted that times may have to be altered at anytime to accommodate unforeseen circumstances. All alterations will be broadcast over the Public Address System.

Sunday 29th May

Time Drag Strip Drift Area

10:00 Open for RWYB Drift Area opens for practice sessions

15:00 Strip closes for Hot Hour preparation

Rotary Parade

Start Line Demonstrations

15:30 JSFC Hot Hour

16:30 Open for RWYB

17:00 RWYB – Silenced cars only Drift Course Closes

19:00 Track Closes

Monday 30th May

Time Drag Strip Drift Area


Open for RWYB Drift Area opens for practice sessions


Drift Course closed for RDC preparation


Rotorstock Drift Championship


Strip closes for JSFC preparation

Rotary Parade

Start Line Demonstrations Drift Area opens for practice sessions


Japanese Street Fighter Championship elimination rounds (Part 1)


Japanese Street Fighter Championship interval to rest the cars before the finals

Start Line Demonstrations

“Show n Shine” Awards

Drift Demonstration by the new Rotorstock Drift Champion the runner up and an

invited Drift competitor.

Rotorstock Drift Championship Awards


Japanese Street Fighter Championship elimination rounds (Part 2)


F2 Final of The Japanese Street Fighter Championship

featuring the highest two road tire equipped cars from the elimination


F1 Final of The Japanese Street Fighter Championship

Awards ceremony for the new F1 and F2 Champions plus trophies for the Front Wheel Drive, Rear Wheel Drive and Four Wheel Drive cars that achieved the highest places in The Japanese Street Fighter Championship

16.15 Drag strip reopens for RWYB

17:00 Track Closes Drift Course Closes

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Hi guys l have posted this because a lot of people seem to think that Rotorstock is Just for Mazda’s even though we are running the only two Championships for Japanese cars in Europe with The Japanese Street Fighter Championships and the Rotorstock Drift Championships.

Well what is “Rotorstock” and why is it called a Japanese only

Show n Go called “Rotorstock”?

I have listed below the reasons that Rotorstock is called Rotorstock and to tell you that the biggest thing to remember is that this meeting is run for all Japanese Cars, by Enthusiasts for Enthusiasts who unlike all the other shows and meetings you will attend only do it for Love and receive NO moneys putting an event like this on for you ALL.

We hope to see you there either as a club or just as individuals on 29th/30 May for a great Show nGo weekend, no matter what you drive, as long as it’s JAPANESE !!

Rotorstock evolved from realising that our members much preferred running up the Drag Strip than taking their cars around after organising several “track days” with no one wishing to attend we then took the club to Santa Pod in October 2003 and were surprised and pleased to find 130 of our cars turned up and enjoyed the day.

Over the winter of 2003 it was suggested by our members that we held and organised our own meeting for Japanese cars only and with myself being a long time Drag Racing enthusiast after racing for a season a few years ago it seemed logical that the time was right to take the Japanese car community Drag Racing with a proper Show n Go meeting just for our Japanese cars like they do with the “Import Drags” in the States, and so Rotorstock was born.

The name “Rotorstock” may conjure up thoughts of just Rotary powered machines but this was never the case, as we all enjoy the many different and varied machines the Japanese car community offers and has made many friends within the community over the years. Indeed the name only signifies that it’s a Japanese Rotary car club that has not only brought you the first proper racing for these wonderful cars in the UK but also that it continues to organise and work toward giving the community a great “Show n Go” meeting to be remembered by all each year.

This year’s event sees an evolution of last year’s event with a Drifting Championship being added to the only Drag Championships being held in Europe for Japanese only cars.

Above all this meeting is brought to you and organised by Enthusiasts for Enthusiasts! and I hope you all have a great weekend no matter what type of Japanese car you drive.

For more details of this event please go to

All the best

Clive Haynsford

President of

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Hi All,

I have posted this so you all know Rotorstock is not just about Racing and that it's also very much a Show as well!

Obviously we are trying to get Lexus to come along and will keep you posted but below is the latest on manufacturers that are coming.

After talks with Mitsubishi yesterday they will now be attending Rotorstock officialy with a marque with their championship winning offroader, and they are hopefull that they will give the EVO 9 it's first public unveiling if they can get it off the boat it time plus there will be three other Mitsubishi cars on show .

Please remember that even the Lexus Club not officialy coming as a Club you are all wellcome to show your cars individualy in the non club Japanese only area.

Other manufacturers now coming include/

Subaru confirmed today that they will be bringing 4 or 5 cars ,

Toyota are coming with - New special and limited edition models including something yellow with a large wing on the back that they pre-launched in April. Trying to get hold of one of the F1 (display) cars too.

Honda - are Bringing Type R's, NSX and hopefully a special Carbon'd up Civic that Max Power has at the moment

Nissan PR and promotions are now looking at doing their stand direct or with the 'alternative' dealer from Coventry.

All the Best and see you there , Clive.

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