Street Racing in Japan - BCNR33 GT-R vs BNR32 GT-R vs Evo
A street race in Japan between a BCNR33 Skyline GT-R, BNR32 Skyline GT-R, and Mitsubishi Evo. TunerLab.jp does not condone nor promote street racing as it is illegal and dangerous, take it to the track!
Japan : Street Life メイハムメディア Street drifting illegal -maiham-media.com
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Honda Street Race Japan
Group of Honda's race on a public japan highway
Saisoku: Banned from Japan
Are you ready for the most exciting illegal street racing you've ever seen? 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 cost your life! 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. Find all this and more within the covers of .. SAISOKU. http://speedhawaii.com US Contacts: Saisoku Production, Speedhawaii LLC. International Contacts： Saisoku Production, Speedhawaii LLC. email@example.com Kazu Takahashi