Brandon Wicknick’s Godspeed Project 2JZ S13

Posted by Andrew Jennings on 18th July, 2013 in Features.

Brandon Wicknick's Godspeed Project 2JZ S13

Continuing our love for Formula D’s 2013 rookies, we present you with a few angles of Brandon Wicknick’s Godspeed Project Nissan S13 240SX. Under the hood lies a Toyota 2JZ engine putting out over 500hp, and two different sets of Rota wheels are encased in Falken Azenis rubber to provide the machine-made cloud show.

Brandon Wicknick's Godspeed Project 2JZ S13

 

Brandon Wicknick's Godspeed Project 2JZ S13

 

Brandon Wicknick's Godspeed Project 2JZ S13

 

Brandon Wicknick's Godspeed Project 2JZ S13

 

Brandon Wicknick's Godspeed Project 2JZ S13

 

Brandon Wicknick's Godspeed Project 2JZ S13

 

Andrew Jennings is a photographer and editorialist based out of Nashville, TN. He has been covering the American drift scene since 2007, and his work has been published in nationally syndicated magazines such as Modified Magazine, Import Tuner, Performance Auto and Sound, and RIDES. Andrew may be contacted through his professional online portfolio, or the social networks listed below.

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If you’d like to learn more about why so many drifters chose the S13 then check out our 7 Reasons Why The Nissan S13 Is The Best Drift Platform For Beginners article.

Written by Andrew JenningsAndrew Jennings

Andrew Jennings is a photographer and editorialist based out of Nashville, TN. He has been covering the American drift scene since 2007, and his work has been published in nationally syndicated magazines such as Modified Magazine, Import Tuner, Performance Auto and Sound, and RIDES. Andrew may be contacted through his professional online portfolio, or the social networks listed (top right icons).

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