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Touge Racing! (Initial D like)

I know that the game title shows that it's all about the drift, but recently i've tryed to drive a stock cars at the touge tracks. I was really inspired by Initial D (manga and anime series).

So I want to see more Touge Racing rooms.

Here are the room/racing rules:
1.Car horse power should be from 180-250hp.
2.Drive like you really care about your car and dont smash every corner for faster results.
3.Overtake only when you are sure you will not hit your oponent.
4.Room name should involve "Touge"
5.Password is always: TOFU
6. Number 4 and 5 are not really necessary, but to keep the room away from trolls and "newbies".

Touge Racing Types

1.Cat and Mouse/Sudden Death:
The cars start almost bumper to bumper (one in front of the other). The lead car wins if the space between the cars increases considerably. If any car spins out or crashes, the other car wins the race. In the event of the following car keeping pace, the race is usually rerun with the positions swapped.
This style of battle is often chosen when the road is not wide enough to allow passing, but if the car in front is somehow passed, the overtaken car loses if it does not re-pass

2.Grip Gambler:
If the road is wide enough, this method comes into use. Instead of the lead and chase type of start, the cars are lined up next to each other. If there exists a power handicap, a rolling start would be employed up until the 1st turn. Whoever is in the lead at the end of the "tōge" road, is the winner.

3.Time Attack/Ghost Battle:
Ghost battles are challenges in racing. Opponents do not actually race at the same time, instead, they are timed separately over a particular length of road and the racer with the quickest time wins.
Spontaneous tōge battles may also be initiated by random encounters between racers on the street. The challenge is communicated through the use of the hazard lights, then, depending on the race setting, one of the first two tōge types is chosen for the battle.

(Descriptions taken from Wikipedia)

Hope to see more Touge Racers around Drift Streets Japan.

See you at the start line!

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