The latest editorial from the guys at Oi Polloi is another in their Deck-Out-And-About series. A Day at the Track saw them visiting Japfest, Europe's biggest Japanese car show, for a day of burnt rubber and ridiculous bumper stickers. If you liked Tokyo Drift, probably the worst film in The Fast and the Furious series, you’re likely thinking this sounds like a great day out.

The owners of these souped-up Japanese beasts are understandably a little protective over their babies. So rather than some epic Go-Pro footage from the front seat of a drifting Suburu, we’ve got epic pictures of the guys from Oi Polloi standing next to these machines.

And if you’re wondering, which we’re sure you are, here’s what the boys are wearing:

Richard wears a Snow Peak Paraffin Wax Safari Hat, an orSlow US Army Jacket, a Tender Long Sleeve Butterfly Shirt, a Howlin’ Fons Towel T-Shirt, some Reigning Champ Heavyweight Sweatpants, a pair of Wigwam Cypress socks and some Nike Tennis Classics.

Ladi wears a Poten cap, an Engineered Garments Ground Jacket, a Norse Projects Villads Twill Shirt, a Norse Projects tee, some orSlow New Yorker pants, a pair of Beams Plus socks, some Converse 1970s Chuck Taylors and some Shuron Freeway sunglasses.

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