Watch And Listen To Epic Cars Sprint Up A Hill Climb

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One of the greatest things about the automotive industry is that different countries prefer to enjoy car in various different ways. The US is known for its drag racing, while Japan is home to some of the best drifters in the world. In the video below, drivers tackle the Motorhead Hakone Hill Climb at the Touge roads in Japan with some incredible vintage race cars, drift vehicles and supercars. While we love a good quarter-mile drag race or a proper circuit race, there’s nothing like watching race cars take on a technical hill climb.

There’s a lot of annoying music in the video, but the glorious roar of the high-performance machines can be heard for a few seconds and it's absolutely amazing.

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