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Fast & Furious Fan Film Races Dodge Hellcat Charger vs. Go Kart vs. RC Car

The Fast & Furious Fan Film by Devinsupertramp

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of The Fast & The Furious and this year’s release of F9: The Fast Saga, YouTuber filmmaker Devin Graham, aka Devinsupertramp recreated a race with plenty of cameos from The Fast & Furious franchise.

The five-minute film fan features an exciting race in Los Angeles between Dom’s Hellcat Charger, a Go-Kart with a Jet Engine (of course it has to be modified), and a remote control car. In this short race, the vehicles will pass recognizable Los Angeles locations featured in the Fast & Furious franchise movies, along with the RC car recreating some of the most iconic moments from all nine franchise titles.

The best part of this video is that it had the blessing of Universal Pictures and features certain cameos in the short film.

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The cast includes Lyndrel Palm as the Go-Kart driver, Brittany Marsicek as the flag girl, with Daniel Malakai as the voice on the radio chatter. The surprise cameos are Tyrese Gibson, Jordana Brewster, and Sung Kang.

Obviously, the short film didn’t have the resources and money to recreate all the outrageous scenes from the nine movies or made it more than five minutes. However, Devin Graham made a beautifully shot short film that was innovative and funny that’ll test your recognition of certain Easter eggs from Fast & Furious franchise.

F9: The Fast Saga is playing in select theaters right now, but the good news is that the movie is available On Demand starting tomorrow. All the other films in the franchise are already available for your viewing pleasure.

The YouTuber will be posting the behind-the-scenes video soon. As for the cars, it is the same Dodge Charger Hellcat featured in F9, Go-Kart was a Sierra Car, and the RC car used was the Traxxas ERevo.

Check out the short film below. Let us know what you think of it.

Source: Universal Pictures, Devin Graham

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