Fast and Furious star Sung Kang: 'Tokyo and Formula E is the perfect combination'

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Fast and Furious star Sung Kang: 'Tokyo and Formula E is the perfect combination'

Formula E is racing in Japan for the very first time this season, with Tokyo's streets to play host and the electric race series has fully embraced the JDM vibes for the week.

Sung Kang Fast and Furious Formula E

Fast and Furious: Toyko Drift star, American actor Sung Kang, who played Han Lue in the famous noughties street racing movie, made his way to Tokyo to take in the build up to the first officially-sanctioned motor race to take place on Tokyo's roads in the history of the Japanese capital.

PREVIEW: Everything you need to know ahead of the Tokyo E-Prix

The guys from Liberty Walk got together to show off some of the best street racers in Tokyo from a stunning 90s Honda NSX to Nissan Skylines and a number of McLarens, with Sung Kang given the full tour, and a look around Formula E's GEN3.

"I think it's the proper the perfect combination of a postmodern city like Tokyo, teaming up with Formula E, a postmodern motorsport," he said. "What better backdrop than Tokyo for Formula E to be at, where everything is about the future.

"That's why when you come to a small country like this, you see everything here; the food, fashion, technology - they're pushing everything to the highest level. It's a perfect partnership with what Formula E's trying to do - pushing everything to the limits and to the highest level."

Liberty Walk x Formula E

With the help of Liberty Walk, the GEN3 car was transformed to celebrate Japan's vibrant automotive culture ahead of the inaugural Tokyo E-Prix.


Liberty Walk created a concept bodykit and stunning livery for the GEN3 car, drawing inspiration from the golden era of Japanese street racing, and wrapped in the nation's historic racing colours with design touches inspired by the classic anime series Future GPX Cyber Formula. 

Liberty Walk have evolved to become one of the biggest names in automotive aftermarket world. From cutting up Japanese Kei cars to rare Ferraris, Liberty Walk body kits have changed the game. Their body kits have catapulted the super car body kit trend and are a cornerstone of Japanese car culture.

The special-edition Liberty Walk GEN3 machine will make an appearance in the Allianz Fan Village at the 2024 Tokyo E-Prix, which is open free for all fans, see what's on this Saturday 30 March and where to watch Formula E's first race in Japan.

SCHEDULE: Where, when and how to watch or stream the 2024 Tokyo E-Prix Round 5

The Tokyo E-Prix gets underway on Friday 29 March with Free Practice 1 at 16:30 local time.

WATCH: How to watch or stream Formula E's Tokyo E-Prix where you are

Then it's on to race day on Saturday 30 March as Free Practice 2 kicks off the day at 08:00 local, qualifying follows at 10:20 local with lights out on Round 4 at 15:00 local/06:00 UTC.

View the full schedule in your time zone and check the broadcaster listings or tap the Ways to Watch button above to find out where to watch all the racing action where you live.