Schau dir unsere Auswahl an initial d takumi an, um die tollsten einzigartigen oder spezialgefertigten handgemachten Stücke aus unseren Shops für drucke zu. Entdecken Sie Initial D: First Stage: Season 1 und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung möglich. High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Initial D (Drive,Dream,Drift) is a manga by Shuichi Shigeno which has been serialized in Kodansha's Young Magazine. Initial D (jap. 頭文字D （ イニシャル・ディー ）, Inisharu Dī, dt. „Initiale D“) ist ein Manga von Shūichi Shigeno und eine darauf basierende Anime-Reihe. High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Initial D (Drive,Dream,Drift) is a manga by Shuichi Shigeno which has been serialized in Kodansha's Young. Initial D: Takumi (18) fährt täglich in einem Alten Trueno 86 für seinen Vater Tofu aus. Eines Tages weckt sein Fahrstil das Interesse der Streetracer, und .
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The source of the engine was unknown. It should be noted that in addition to being a high-revving engine, the valve 4A-GE in Takumi's car is missing the timing cover and runs Individual Throttle Bodies ITB.
Bunta installs the engine without a new tachometer to teach Takumi the importance of learning mechanical knowledge and understanding why the car behaves as it does, though he has an instrument set ready for installation once Takumi knows of it.
A fellow AE86 driver named Wataru Akiyama , who was surprised with Takumi's lack of mechanical knowledge, told him that he needs a new tachometer.
Natsuki then gets a part-time job in hopes to show redemption for Takumi. Once Takumi unsealed the power of his new engine, Wataru challenges him to a race anywhere of Takumi's choosing.
Choosing Wataru's home course, the treacherous Shomaru Pass , Takumi went on to race Wataru despite the risks.
Wataru, who knew the course well, was absolutely sure that Shomaru Pass was a test of endurance and that it was not a course where overtaking was possible.
After several long rounds, Takumi manages to pull alongside Wataru and overtakes him. By this time Ryosuke approaches Takumi with an offer.
Ryosuke has been putting together a racing team featuring the best racers of the Gunma prefecture, and would like Takumi to join. Takumi doesn't want to decide whether or not to accept the proposal until he settles his score with Team Emperor leader Sudo Kyoichi, who had looked down on the AE86 because of the car's age and had seriously damaged Takumi's confidence in the AE86 after being defeated by him.
Takumi proceeds to Irohazaka pass to challenge Kyoichi. Kyoichi had chosen to let Takumi lead; if Takumi prevents Kyoichi from passing him, he wins, if Kyoichi passes him, he loses.
Takumi notes how the match is unfair, but this is quickly dismissed by Kyoichi. In the end, Takumi is able to prevent Kyoichi from passing.
Kyoichi, who takes great pride in his knowledge and ability to race on his home course, concedes defeat and also gave praise to the new AE86, although Takumi still believes it was more of a tie and was more concerned about Kyoichi finally acknowledging the abilities of the AE Natsuki then tries to redeem herself to Takumi before graduation.
Kai Kogashiwa , the son of Bunta's old rival , driving a Toyota MR2 SW20 later challenges Takumi upon knowing he beat his original target, Kyoichi.
He and his father planned to beat Takumi by using a line strategy his father had devised and used against Bunta: the In-Air hairpin jump on the hairpins of Irohazaka.
Bunta, knowing how Kogashiwa has used the special line factor before, predicted to Takumi that Kai would surely be in front by the later half of the race and proceeds to give Takumi some obscure advice on how to beat Kai.
Kyoichi, who had been with Seiji Iwaki, Keisuke, and Ryosuke Takahashi, had predicted as well that Kai would use the technique and explains how he himself could not come to use the strategy due to his pride in his skills alone without need for strategy.
Kai, upon realising that he cannot win in a straight-forward clash of skill, uses the line strategy to overtake and further distance himself from Takumi.
Takumi then finds it in himself to try this technique and masters it at the first try, finding himself catching up to Kai.
At the last moment before they reach the finish, Takumi realises the meaning behind the advice given earlier by Bunta when he notices dead leaves piling up on one side of the road.
Takumi proceeds to put his car past the shrubs and into the gutter to sling shot side-by-side forcing Kai to the side of the road where Takumi guesses the leaves would pile up on.
Natsuki's ex-boyfriend, Miki , a former student at the same high school Takumi attended who Takumi once punched over Miki's bragging about his sexual exploits with Natsuki.
It was Christmas season, and Natsuki surprises Takumi at his house, and celebrates Christmas with him and Bunta. On New Year's Day, Miki takes Natsuki under duress, even attempting to assault her near Lake Akina.
But Takumi, after hearing a few words of a call from Natsuki which was cut short, came to the rescue. Natsuki finally confessed the truth about her business with Mercedes Driver.
Takumi confessed his love for her in return. Takumi parts ways with Natsuki after graduation when she decides to study in a college in Tokyo while Takumi joins Project D.
The newly formed Project D head to the Momiji Line to battle with Seven Star Leaves. Takumi and Keisuke show their skill by beating their opponents on the Uphill and Downhill.
Iketani and Mako meet again and Mako tells Iketani that she wants to become a professional driver, and Iketani decides to not tell her that he still loves her, so that she can still follow her dream with no distractions.
A week or so later Project D head to the Enna Skyline , to battle with the famous Todo School. Despite seeming outmatched by the talented students of the school, Project D manage to pull through and beat them.
The Todo School bring in professional driver and ex-student, Tomoyuki Tachi to battle with Project D, and Ryosuke chooses Takumi to go up against him.
Despite his disadvantage, Takumi manages to win by introducing his new technique, the Blind Attack, where he turns off his headlights to surprise his opponent.
Takumi is later defeated by a Subaru Impreza during a delivery run, making his victory against the pro feel less important.
Itsuki reveals his newly upgraded car, and Takumi and the SpeedStars head to Akina to test drive it. While on Akina, they initiate a battle against a duo of drivers with an S15, with Takumi beating them with Itsuki's Eight-Five.
Project D head to Saitama to battle with a Sadamine based car club. Keisuke goes up against a fellow FD driver, whilst Takumi goes up against the teams leader.
Despite being a mediocre driver, the teams leader, Nobuhiko Akiyama , is able to construct a plan to defeat Project D on the downhill. Project D is challenged to a rematch on Maze Pass , with Takumi being put up against the rally driver Sakamoto.
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