This is off of an Option DVD I got a few years back. Rx-7s do a top speed run on open freeway. Cannon ball run! Super illegal street race. Noticed there wasn't a clip of it so I uploaded the whole thing. Pretty intense. Hope you enjoy!
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The "Kanjo" is a famous circular highway system in Japan. "Kanjo Racers"
will take their modified Honda Civics to the highway and weave through
built up traffic as they race each other and opposing Kanjo race temas at
break neck speeds. The public highway is their circuit.
"Kanjo Racing" is highly illegal and extremely dangerous.
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Every weekend dedicated groups of automotive enthusiasts will gather from
midnight until the early hours of the morning to leave rubber on the
streets. This is where drifting started, this is grass roots raw street
drifting. Getting caught by the local authorities is not an option with
fines up to and over 500,000円 ($5,600 USD) and instant loss of your
This is just another night of street life.
Film / Edit / Grade : Luke Huxham
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Experience the underground street racing circuit on the streets of Japan
with incredible rare footage that put YOU in the car with the drivers as
they hit speed in excess of 200 MPH+!
At undisclosed locations deep within the mountains of Japan, witness
midnight touge runs where it's common knowledge that a simple mistake will
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On the infamous Tokyo Bay, watch as the drivers defiantly disregard the law
and rip it up on the streets ... in BROAD DAYLIGHT!
Be treated to exclusive footage of the ADVAN Drift Cup and Battle
Magazine's Drift event, two competitions where the REAL drifters compete.
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AWeSoMe iLLeGaL STReeT ACTioN RaCinG
Street racing is a form of unsanctioned and illegal auto racing which takes
place on public roads. Street racing can either be spontaneous or
well-planned and coordinated. Well coordinated races, in comparison, are
planned in advance and often have people communicating via 2-way
radio/citizens' band radio and using police scanners and GPS units to mark
locations of local police hot spots. (See participants, below). Street
racing is reported to have originated prior to the 1930s due to alcohol
prohibition in some parts of the United States. At the time smugglers of
unrefined and illegal alcohol would try to find ways to make more power and
achieve better handling from their engine and suspension.
"Cannonball Runs" are illegal point-to-point road rallies that involve a
handful of racers. They hearken back to the authorized European races at
the end of the 19th century. The races died away when the chaotic 1903
Paris-Madrid race was canceled at Bordeaux for safety reasons after
numerous fatalities involving drivers and pedestrians. Point-to-point runs
reappeared in the United States in the mid 1910s when Erwin George Baker
who drove cross-country on record breaking runs that stood for years, being
legal at the time, and the term "Cannonball" was penned for him in honor of
his runs. Nowadays drivers will race from one part of a town or country to
the other side; whoever makes the fastest overall time is the winner.
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