Spa Asia Fast and Furious at SpaAsia
This will undoubtedly interest fans of action films involving spectacular scenes with powerful cars! On Sunday 18thSeptember, during the inaugural edition of SpaAsia, DG Sport will have the pleasure of offering the public an exhibition that definitely will not go unnoticed, seeing it involves four cars – Japanese, one would expect nothing else! – straight out of the ‘Fast and Furious’ saga, coming from the ‘Movie Car Central’ company! No less …
More than 20 years ago the first ‘Fast and Furious’ film was released in the cinemas, an ode to the car and the family featuring the actors Vin Diesel et Paul Walker. It was an immediate success, to such an extent that twelve further feature films were to follow! The latest, entitled ‘Fast X’, is expected in 2023. Proof, if needed, is that action films featuring muscle cars are still going strong!
DG Sport is therefore proud to confirm the exhibition of four machines that formed the basis of the ‘Fast and Furious’ series. And in the SpaAsia context they are of course Japanese.
These exceptional cars will be Brian O’Conner’s Toyota Supra MK4, which took part in the promotional ‘Fast and Furious Live’ show. A muscle car with some 580 horsepower under the bonnet!
Another one of Brian O’Conner’s cars, the Nissan Skyline R34 is fitted with a C-West body kit and rare HRE 446 rims. This is a fully tuned cars, good for 400 bhp.
The Mitsubishi Lancer EvoVII is a car that was used on the set of ‘2 Fast 2 Furious’, where it was driven by the same Brian O’Conner, played by the late Paul Walker. This is the Stunt Car #1, which had been used in the stunt scenes. It is also the only EvoVII in the film to have benefitted from a tuned engine, developing 330 horsepower.
Lastly the Mitsubishi Eclipse, which is the replica of the first car that appears in the first scene of the saga. It is powered by an engine producing 280 horsepower.
With the confirmed presence of these four extremely popular cars among the enthusiasts of ‘Fast and Furious’, SpaAsia is sure to capture and arouse the attention of a large audience that may not be in the habit of visiting the Circuit of Spa-Francorchamps. It bodes well…