List of Initial D Characters and Teams

List Of Initial D Characters And Teams

This is a list of characters from the anime and manga series Initial D. All the car sounds in the series are from actual Hot Version Volumes due to Keiichi Tsuchiya being the Editorial Supervisor for the series and the Hot Version Staff helping out the series.. Also, all the character's cars have been running on Bridgestone Potenza RE-01 Tires until 5th Stag, where they run RE-11 Tires.

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