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Driver races with a Hayabusa and spins out of control but recovers "initial D" style!

Driver races with a Hayabusa and spins out of control but recovers "initial D" style!

jameskarlchan

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Singapore has its very own Takumi!

(The main character of Initial D, btw)

A video of a car with unknown origins racing against a Suzuki Hayabusa has received over 40 shares under 5 hours!

If you haven't already seen the video, here you go! The original video is from District Singapore's Facebook page.

 

What's happening?

In the video, it starts with the Hayabusa abruptly cutting into the cam car's lane and causing the car to swerve and spin out of control.

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But, the car driver somehow manages to retain back control and continue on his merry way.

The kicker?

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Image: New Initial D Legend 1: Awakening (Sanzigen, Liden Films, Sentai Filmworks)

That's not even the best part! If you were observant, you would have noticed a bunch of coins on the dashboard of the car.

Watch the video again. The coins barely move even with all the spinning and swerving! Very much like the cup of water Takumi uses in Initial D no?

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What the people say

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Hayabusa good siol

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Confirm

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There’s that possibility

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Lol

I’m just glad no one got hurt.

 

 

 



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There's an anti slip mat if you haven't noticed.

Don't think Takumi has it :=B:

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This driver is superb.

Why no post on this Takumi clone's face and car make & model?

He will be worshipped!

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wow man i just saw the video. so lucky

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