Sure, all the Fast and Furious movies have entertained audiences and car lovers for years now, but what are the behind-the-scenes facts and Hemi-powered, souped-up Fast and the Furious trivia you might not know? Take a look at the on-set secrets and little-known facts about one of the most successful film franchises of all time. And while you're at it, you can check out the coolest Fast and Furious cars.
Remember the huge cultural influence the first Fast and the Furious film had? Everyone and their brother had neons on their cars, carbon fiber hoods, body kits, custom suspensions, racing seats, after-market head- and taillights, and NOS. Everyone wanted to be as cool as the movies' characters, especially Paul Walker and Vin Diesel. Speaking of which, see who other fans voted as the best Fast and Furious character, and make sure to vote for your favorite as well.
So let's take a look all the way back to the first time we lived our lives a quarter-mile at a time and learn some behind-the-scenes Fast and Furious facts you may not know about the franchise. Vote up the most interesting, most furious, and certainly fastest facts below!
When Filming 'Tokyo Drift,' One Crewperson's Job Was To Get Arrested For Director Justin LinPhoto: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift / Universal Pictures
Brian O'Conner Really Loves His Nissan SkylinesPhoto: Fast and Furious / Universal Pictures
The Race Wars Event At The End Of 'The Fast and the Furious' Was Just As Big As It LookedPhoto: The Fast and the Furious / Universal Pictures
Dominic Torretto Makes A Subtle Henry Ford ReferencePhoto: The Fast and the Furious / Universal Pictures
The Drifting In 'The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift' Was RealPhoto: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift / Universal Pictures
Even The Cast Didn't Know The Twist Ending To 'Fast Five' Until They Saw The Film In TheatersPhoto: Fast & Furious / Universal Pictures