Keiichi Tsuchiya, AE86 vs. GTR-R34
Two AE86 vs. One Nissan Skyline GT-R34
Amazing Japanese Drift (JZX100 vs B324R vs AE86)
toyota jzx 100 vs b234r vs AE86..this was just a test by the 3 best drifters of japan. autors GT Channel Network, Kodansha_bombom
TRD AE86 versuz Civic Type R
SECOND BATTLE: AE86 vs NB8C
Takumi Fujiwara steps up to battle against the next member of Team 246! Satoshi Omiya and his NB8C. Our first official battle since Takumi's last race in 2008 with Fourth Stage's conclusion. PS: It should be noted that the car Takumi faces is a Mazda Roadster 1.8 RS (NB8C), or in other words, a Mazda MX-5! The car Takumi faced back in Initial D's Fourth Stage in the heavy rain was a Suzuki Cappuccino (EA11R). A lot of fans tend to make this mistake, just thought I'd like to clarify this. :) Hey everyone! If you haven't seen my first video, check it out! (I only say this as I have left my intentions for uploading these battles in that description.) FIRST VIDEO: https://youtu.be/Uc56dX7gs8E But! If you can't be bothered checking it out, you can always read this :) All anime segments that had gear shifting, foot braking and face-shot monologue-ing have been edited out. And to those complaining that the CG scenes are extremely choppy, that is because Shigeno didn't smooth out the CG shots inbetween the gear shifting, foot braking and face-shot monologue-ing segments. (Trust me, I made sure each CG segment was 00.00.01 seconds after each talking segment. Yeah.) Because let's face it, when we want to watch a race, we want to see the cars in action. Not their facial expressions. HAHAHA. NOTE: I have not bothered to smooth out the audio because that would've compromised the driving sfx inbetween scenes. So you MAY catch a bit of Japanese dialogue along the way (no, there aren't any subtitles in English attached), and the eurobeat tracks will jump around a bit.