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Scion Racing at the Far East Cafe

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Published on Fri, Apr 20, 2012

By: The LACar Editorial Staff

2012 Scion Racing Far East Cafe tC

Little Tokyo drift, courtesy of Scion Racing

Pictures by Mark and Eric Dorman GALLERY—Since the restaurant first opened in 1935, the Far East Cafe building in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo has served as a hub for the city’s Asian American communities. As one of Los Angeles’ oldest Chinese restaurants, the locale has been serving old school Cantonese cuisine for over 75 years.

2012 Scion Racing Far East Cafe

Scion’s new FR-S drifter at Little Tokyo’s Far East Cafe

Recently, Scion converged on the restaurant to introduce its 2012 drift teams (Ken Gushi’s FR-S, Fredric Aasbo’s tC2 and Tony Angelo’s tC1) and its latest wares for the art of drifting. The Dorman brothers, Mark and Eric, were there to capture the cars and teams through the lens of LA Car.

2012 Scion Racing Far East Cafe crowd

For more information about Scion Racing, go to scion.com/scionracing

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