When I purchased the car 2 years ago, the goal in mind was to build a fun family car that could bring the family (along with an extra set of wheels in the back) to the racetrack. Reliability, and maximizing seat time was also top priority! Stock by ENGS ROAD, on Flickr Fast forward to now... IS300 by ENGS ROAD, on Flickr ...and I've only been to 2 events. The first was a drift event where I ran into some drivetrain issues. The driveline had a horrible vibration. More on that on a later date. The second event was a track day where I was able to finally push the car for a proper shake down. The ceramic pads I was using started to fade half way through each session, so braking confidence was not there. The suspension setting was not ideal either. The car had too much rake, and I had toe out on the rear wheels. So, on braking and turn in, the rear end wanted to step out. It didn't make the day any less fun though. I started to learn how the car was behaving, so I tried my best to do a fast lap. Still not fast lol. This is also on 300TW tires. Don't mind the RPMs in the video, the phone at the time could not handle all the data it was receiving. Since the last event, I've lowered the car more, took out the rake, and realigned it (2nd photo above). Sadly, most of my build photos were lost on my old phone, but I'll see what I can come up with!