The Two Guys from Tokyo (東京から来た二人 Tōkyō kara kita futari) were a duo of unnamed otaku racers from Tokyo. They drive a Silvia spec-R S15 and raced against the Akina SpeedStars but were defeated after failing to overtake Takumi Fujiwara (who was driving Itsuki Takeuchi's AE85 Corolla Levin) with their "Extreme Ultra Super Late Braking" technique, believing circuit racing techniques to be more superior than mountain driving techniques.
In the Arcade Stage games, up to the fifth game, they are known to criticize the vehicle of the player.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- There are some references when criticizing the player's vehicle in Arcade Stage 1-5
- Across all the games, using any of the eight sixes will cause them to compare reality to manga and how the eight six is actually disappointingly slow. This can be considered a fourth wall break.
- If the player is using the S15, the vehicle they also drive, they will criticize the player's skills instead
- In Arcade Stage 4, if the player is using the Roadster NA6CE, they will reference Mazda's tagline in their commercials, "Zoom Zoom"