You might not be familiar with them, but this group of Honda enthusiasts, that call themselves the FF Squad, may not have the fanciest of cars, but they sure know how to race them.

Check out these two videos to be introduced to these fellows, ordinary Joes that have a common love for racing and Honda vehicles.

There’s certainly a lot of work that needs to be done to make these cars look more ’race-ready’ - for starters, those racing numbers on the doors made from electric tape could be done a little bit better, yes? - but despite the pretty beat-up look of most of these Hondas, the men behind the wheel do a pretty good job making the most out of their cars.

Racing is racing after all. And even if you don’t necessarily have a high-powered sports car, the FF Squad has shown that even standard Hondas can make for good race cars.


What do you think?
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5 comments:

  (238) posted on 06.22.2011

Well, I don’t think that Honda has a speedy type of car, its not even suitable for racing. Well, I guess a customized version is a different story.

  (395) posted on 06.22.2011

hmm. Well, I’m not really a fan of Honda for this brand doesn’t look so sporty and their car doesn’t have an impressive speed. And frankly, the quality of their car is very low especially the interior!

  (340) posted on 04.25.2010

The group advocates are taking your machine to the track, something they wholeheartedly enjoy.

  (428) posted on 04.22.2010

I bet, most of them are using honda Civic FF. I can still remember i used to drive my friends Honda Hatch Si with an amazing acceleration and unpredictable handling. very accurate and responsive.

  (612) posted on 04.22.2010

Oh honda civic eventhough it’s almost 18yrs from it’s first launch until now it’s still an Icon to the street racer. Honestly, I really don’t know why the Civic hatch captivates the heart of the street racers.

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