Run with the Wind

Alt title: Kaze ga Tsuyoku Fuiteiru

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Kaze no Sylphid

Kaze no Sylphid

Sylphid is a horse born on a small horse ranch. Even though he is named after the fairie wind he must overcome the handicap of having been born with tendonitis of the leg, and the loss of his mother during his birth. Hayao; the young boy who loves horses, is determined to see Sylphid grow up healthy and become a top racer like his mother once was. However, the odds are stacked against the orphaned foal and the young boy.

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Two Car

Two Car

Yuri Miyata and Megumi Meguro are two girls who enter the world of competitive motorcycle sidecar racing on Miyake Island. While they are the complete opposites of each other, and often butt heads, they complement each other well during races. The team will fight other motorcycle sidecar teams from all over Japan, each with their own opposing traits, such as honor student and working student, sadist and masochist, and a funny man and straight man.

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Vongola GP Kuru!

Vongola GP Kuru!

The Spin off takes place in a very different setting, where instead of the Mafia, Racers exist. Racers use go-karts, and during a race anything goes, including any type of interference to prevent your opponent from winning. Tsuna is the descendant of the person know as the greatest racer in history, Primo but is absolutely horrible in the sport himself and has lost 999 races in a row. Tsuna races for Team Vongola, and is known as the disgrace of Nammimori town.

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F

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Gunma Akagi was born between Soichiro, the Chairman of the Akagi enterprise and his mistress. Gunma, one day realizes his amazing driving techniques and decides to pursue his dreams to become an F1 driver. A lot of obstacles come in his way but he doesn’t let anything or anyone ""get in front of his way"". In the first volume Gunma is kicked out of the Akagi family and is left with no choice but to move in to Tokyo, where he starts his journey with his best friend Tamotsu....

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Regatta: Kimi to Ita Eien

Regatta: Kimi to Ita Eien

Story about Makoto Osawa, a university student on the regatta (rowing) team. He and his friend have dominated the intercollegiate competition for the double scull. Along with his friend's girlfriend (and team manager) Misao , the team has dreams of participating in an Olympic competition. But his friend's death in a racing accident leaves Makoto broken up, and he has to deal with pulling himself together as well as facing the trials of love and friendship.

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Speed Racer

Speed Racer

Speed Racer drives the fabulous Mach 5 in race after race, although the prize money isn't his true goal: he seeks to be the best racer in the world, and to defeat the mysterious Racer X (not knowing that Racer X is actually his long lost older brother, Rex Racer)! The races don't take place upon the boring circular tracks that one might expect; instead, they tend to involve the countryside, and rough and dangerous terrain. This is where the Mach 5's special features, such as super traction tires and jumping struts come in very handy. Speed must also deal with villains ranging from unscrupulous racers to thieves and spies, but he has the help of Trixie, his little brother Spridle, and the pet monkey ChimChim along the way.

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Wangan Midnight - C1 Runner

Wangan Midnight - C1 Runner

Shinji Ogishima, and his friend, Nobu Setoguchi, both are part of "GT Cars" project which is in dispute and conflict, and must settle these problems by driving Mazda RX-7s around Shuto Expressway, and meeting with Tatsuya Shima.

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Ginkai no Speed Star

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Donten Prism Solar Car

Donten Prism Solar Car

When 10-year-old Kaneda Shota was involved in a car accident that claimed the life of his father, it changed the course of his life forever. Unable to afford college, Shota works a part-time job, in addition to his full-time job at his uncle's factory. He lives alone, on the second floor of one of his uncle's warehouses, and doesn't have any friends. Everywhere he goes, he rides a bicycle, with headphones to block out the flashback-inducing sounds of the cars. Due to pressures from the economy, Shota's job at his uncle's factory is going to be cut to half-time/half-pay for a while. In addition, Shota's uncle has agreed to lend the first floor of Shota's warehouse to a college club. This club is building a solar car to enter in a race, and they're hoping to get Shota to lend them his mechanical expertise. Will Yazaki Junko and the other club members be able to handle Shota's anger and bitterness, and draw him out of his self-imposed isolation?

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Odds

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"Keirin" is a bicycle race in which professional cyclists race against each other. This is a real sport with physically trained athletes that collide into each other brutally towards the finish line at speeds of up to 70 KM per hour, but it is also an exciting form of gambling that one can enter.

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