Alternative Street Racing in Japan

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There are ways to street race without drawing the attention of the cops.

While the authorities do their upmost to clamp down on organized street racing across the globe, fans of the illegal activity work to find alternative means of satiating their tire-shredding needs. And in Japan things have been taken to a new level. In an attempt to keep things clean and ensure the grunts of their hot-hatches' engines were reduced to zero, these street racers in the Land of the Rising Sun went out under the cover of moonlight to partake in what are the most environmentally aware street races we've ever come across.

Click the link to see what we mean. And don't worry about missing the action. This is not something you'll need to rewatch in slow motion.

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