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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Japan Week: FPH wrap-up

A big thank you to all of our friends and fans that showed their support to our "Japan Week" compilation. We hope to have opened your eyes to Japan's diverse and interesting products as well as their colorful automotive history. We had a lot of fun during project and definitely learned a few things along the way.

Moreover, I'm very happy to have spotted a few visits that came from Japan! Our thoughts are with you, we wish that your situation continues to improve, and we hope that you have enjoyed the posts and are pleased with our efforts.

And finally, If our tribute has moved some of you readers into taking action, it is not too late! Here are some ways you can help:

Moto for Japan: This project is the shared idea of Greg Hatton and Jon Bekefy, motorcyclists and employees in the motorcycle industry.
Every dollar donated through MotoForJapan will go directly toward funding the Red Cross' relief efforts in that country. By giving, each contributor can be recognized as a motorcyclist who gave something back to the country that's given us so much.
MotoGP: we for Japan: MotoGP unites to help Japan
The MotoGP community has moved to do all it can to support those in Japan following the recent earthquake and its after-effects, and the 17 riders in MotoGP have put their signatures on a specially printed shirt with the message “We are for Japan”.

The t-shirt will be available at a range of circuits on the World Championship calendar, as well as being available from the MotoGP official website at It can be purshased for €20.
Adapt Japan Earthquake Relief T-shirt: combining the country code of Japan with the universal symbol for aid.
With family and friends in Japan, clothing label Adapt wanted to do their part with a special charitable t-shirt instead of standing idly by. In black or white with 100% of the proceeds going to the special fund set up by the American Red Cross.
American Red Cross: For those who choose to donate directly.

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