#3. In Tokyo Drift (2006) Alabama teenager Sean Boswell drummed out of the U.S. because of his passion for street racing becomes a major competitor in the world of drift racing after moving in with his father to Tokyo to avoid a jail sentence in America. He soon learns about "drift racing," where cars accelerate into turns and then spin out of them, leading to hairpin, hair-raising races around city blocks. The youth runs afoul of the top drift racer.
2nd story in the series (2003) Brian O'Connor, now a disgraced cop, fell victim to it--now he's paying the price. As far as his bosses and the FBI brass are concerned, the hothead undercover officer threw one of their largest investigations ever. After losing his badge and any chance of redemption, O'Connor is given one last chance when the Miami feds need his help to collar Carter Verone, a flashy businessman whose using his import/export business as a cover for an international money-laundering cartel. Customs has Verone under intense surveillance for over a year with nothing more to show for it than the kingpin's link to illegal street racing. With their backs against the wall and time running out, officials put out a call for O'Connor to do what he does best--talk the talk, push the metal. But the rule-breaking loner has his own demands before taking on the job.
An undercover cop infiltrates an underworld subculture of Los Angeles street racers looking to bust a hijacking ring, and soon begins to question his loyalties when his new street racing friends become the prime suspects.
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