Trying to put my experience over the 18 months or so working with Nakai-San at RWB into words is proving impossible, the guy is such an inspiration! He is someone who I have the utmost respect for, have learned so much from and who has been so good to me during my time in Japan, all of which I will never forget!
I have decided to leave Japan to apply for university and follow my dream of becoming a Motorsport engineer, something I have wanted to do for a number of years and I now feel the time is right to do so.
A lot of people will think I am crazy leaving a place like RWB or Japan in general but I know that I will always be a part of the close knit RWB family and I will see all those guys in the near future.
It’s been a while since I really posted anything on the blog so I said I would make a post containing some of my best memories of my time at RWB so please enjoy the photos…
Would like to say a massive thank you to everyone involved with RWB in Japan and throughout the world who welcomed me and made my time there so special, I’m very lucky to be a part of a growing family and I look forward to seeing you all again very soon!
Another thank you to Yoko Kubo, Shinji Yoshioka, Aaron Mai, Jeab Jglaze, RWB Thailand, Taryn Croucher, Matt Kingery, Doug Wilson and DOHC Research for the awesome photos.
It’s been an absolute pleasure,
Gary Patrick Mannion