This is a list of episodes for the anime series Initial D.

Initial D: First Stage (1998)

Act # Title Original air date
1 The Ultimate Tofu Store Drift
"" (究極のとうふ屋ドリフト)
1998-04-18 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Takumi Fujiwara is an 18 year old highschool student who usually appears aloof and uninterested in most things. Along with his best friend Itsuki, they both work at a gas station. They are friends with a young man named Iketani, leader of the Speedstars (a local racing team) and their manager Yuiichi. One night, Iketani brings the two up Mt. Akina to experience the life of a street racer. But just in time, the RedSuns from Akagi led by the Takahashi brothers have come to challenge the Speedstars to a race. What they don’t know is the fastest car on the downhill is an Eight-Six that is used for delivering tofu every morning.
2 Revenge! The Rumbling Turbo
"" (リベンジ宣言!ほえるターボ)
1998-04-25 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Keisuke Takahashi of the RedSuns is on the hunt for the mysterious ghost driver of Akina that defeated him with a shocking drift technique. Upon hearing this rumor, Iketani goes out to locate this monstrous Eight-Six only to learn that it belongs to Takumi’s own dad.
3 The Downhill Specialist Appears
"" (ダウンヒルズスペシャリスト登場)
1998-05-02 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The Akina Speedstars has taken the challenge of the RedSuns, but Iketani won’t be able to compete in the upcoming battle. By chance, he hopes he can get Bunta Fujiwara to race in his place.
4 Into the Battle!
"" (交流戦突入!)
1998-05-09 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Iketani patiently waits for Bunta to appear to drive for his team against Keisuke Takahashi, but to his surprise, Takumi shows up in his place, reluctantly. This puts everybody in a state of shock, as the unexpected is about to happen.
5 Dogfight!
"" (決着!ドッグファイト!)
1998-05-16 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Everyone in the crowd are speechless, as they have just witnessed the impossible, an Eight-Six overtaking Keisuke’s FD. Ryosuke goes up to solve what’s the success behind this somewhat simple car to discover it’s unexpected secret. The next day Takumi goes out on a date with Natsuki to the beach, and the thrilling thoughts of racing have started to interest him.
6 A New Challenger
"" (新たなる挑戦者)
1998-05-23 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
While Ryosuke is practising with his FC on Akina’s course, a more menacing vehicle appears from behind. Meanwhile Takumi is asked how he earned his godly drifting skills as Iketani wishes to see a demonstration first hand.
7 Pride of a Racer
"" (走りやのプライド)
1998-06-13 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Nakazato of the Nightkids wants to challenge this mysterious Eight-Six, but he assumes that its driver has agreed to do so. As Takumi ponders why he should take up the challenge, various people plan on making him change his mind.
8 Time's Almost Up!
"" (タイムアップ寸前!)
1998-06-20 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The countdown to the night’s battle is closing in as everyone has gathered, but where is the Eight-Six? Itsuki will have to make an embarrassing apology to everyone if his best friend decides not to show.
9 Eight-Six vs. GT-R
"" (限界バトル!ハチロク VS GT-R)
1998-06-27 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
In the world of streetracing, the most essential way to win is through grip racing, which is what Nakazato believes in. He wants to crush the reputation of the Eight-Six’s flashy drifting techniques with his GT-R32.
10 Five Point Hairpin
"" (爆裂!5連ヘアピン)
1998-07-04 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Nakazato has underestimated Akina’s Eight-Six, and he might just be in trouble as the five consecutive hairpins are upon him. Also to everyone’s surprise, Itsuki buys a new car.
11 Shingo Arrives!
"" (デンジャラス慎吾登場!)
1998-07-11 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
To prove the potential of Itsuki’s new car, Takumi drives it against a minor racing team from Gunma. Members of the NightKids has been appearing more often, so on the night that Iketani drives out his S13, Shingo appears from behind with deadly intents.
12 The FR Killer!
"" (FR殺しのデスマッチ!)
1998-08-01 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
A comparison between the Civic EG6 driving style and the type the Eight-Six is explained concerning the mystery of this new downhill devil from Myogi. Iketani requests that Takumi demonstrates the hidden potential the S13 carries.
13 Itsuki's First Date
"" (イツキの初デート)
1998-08-08 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Itsuki is in love with Natsuki’s friend, and tries to set up another date with her. Word is spreading fast of the upcoming gumtape match, yet Takumi hasn’t agreed to competing in one. Much to his disappointment, Shingo intends to make that Eight-Six come out by force.
14 Evolving Drift!
"" (進化するドリフト天才!)
1998-08-15 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Takumi has no plans in running away from Shingo’s provoked challenge. When he discovers the suicidal consequences of having a ducktape death match with the addition of Shingo’s dangerous driving, Takumi might just have added too much pressure on himself.
15 Takumi's Fury!
"" (拓海·怒涛の激走!)
1998-08-22 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Triggered by Shingo’s reckless attacks, Takumi floors the gas on his Eight-Six harder than he’s ever before performing an insanely different style of driving. On another story, Iketani will meet his angel.
16 The Angel of Usui
"" (碓氷峠のエンジェル)
1998-08-29 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Rumors of the fastest in Mt. Usui are a pair of females called Impact Blue. While Iketani is out on a date with his dreamgirl, his friends decide to watch this mountain pass in hoping to see the rare Sil-Eighty in action.
17 Sudden-Death Death Match
"" (サドンデス·デスマッチ)
1998-09-12 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Mako gives Iketani a tempting offer to lure the Eight-Six in challenging the Sil-Eighty. At first Iketani wasn’t willing to agree to her terms, until Takumi considers it having his own agenda.
18 Hot Winds & Furious Driving
"" (熱風!激走!碓氷峠)
1998-09-19 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Takumi is about to realize the importance of knowing your mountain roads, as he struggles to keep up with the Sil-Eighty. The teamwork of Mako and Sayuki prove to be a perfect match, making Impact Blue’s strategy is in their advantage.
19 Super Drift
"" (決着!スーパードリフト)
1998-09-26 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Mako discovers a new rhythm in her driving, as the final stretches of Mt. Usui is in her grasp. Trailing from behind, Takumi continues to struggle keeping up in Mako’s scary corner attacks and Sayuki’s navigation.
20 The End of Summer
"" (ジ·エンド·オブ·サマー)
1998-10-01 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Iketani learns more about Mako’s past and gets really depressed feeling that he isn’t worthy enough for her. When Mako asks to meet with him where they first met, Iketani decides not to show up. He realizes his mistake and rushes to his angel before it’s too late.
21 Challenge From a Super Star
"" (スパースターからの挑戦状)
1998-10-17 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Ryosuke has now issued a challenge to the Eight-Six’s driver, but for some reason Takumi has been acting more spaced out than usual. Itsuki and Iketani are worried, believing that their friend maybe suffering from lovesickness.
22 Fierce Uphill Battle
"" (激闘!ヒルクライム)
1998-10-24 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Fujiwara isn’t the only one being challenged into a touge battle. After both losing to the newly famed Eight-Six, Keisuke Takahashi of the RedSuns and Takeshi Nakazato of the NightKids are competing against each other for position of which is the most skilled team in Gunma.
23 The Rainy Downhill!
"" (雨のダウンヒルバトル!)
1998-11-07 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Another member of the RedSuns has issued a challenge against the Eight-Six, but this time it will be a rain battle down Mt. Myogi.
24 Akagi's White Comet!
"" (赤城の白いフ彗星!)
1998-11-14 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Everyone across Gunma has been waiting for this moment, when Akagi’s White Comet comes face to face with Akina’s Eight-Six. In preparation for this upcoming battle, Bunta tests out the stability of the Eight-Six.
25 The Last Battle
"" (決戦!ラストバトル)
1998-11-28 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Nobody among the galleries has ever seen Ryosuke Takahashi drive his full potential, that is until the Eight-Six appeared. Instead of driving as the founder of the RedSuns, Ryosuke retains his title that made him famous. The White Comet has come at full force, as a new legend among the streets is about to be born between these two rivaling drivers.
26 A New Downhill Legend!
"" (新ダウンヒル伝説!)
1998-12-05 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The thrill of streetracing has finally caught up to Takumi. He still has a couple of tricks available to him, as the thrilling conclusion of Akina’s Eight-Six and White Comet of Akagi’s undefeated record is settled in one dynamic finish to remember.

Initial D: Second Stage (Oct 21,1999-Jan 01,2000)

Act # Title Release date
1 A New Threat!
"" (掟やぶりのスーパーウエポン!)
1999-10-14 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Emperor, a team of Lan-Evos from the Tochigi prefecture has arrived with the goal to crush every team in Gunma. Soon they realize the fastest car in Gunma isn’t just Akagi’s White Comet, but also a new downhill legend known as Akina’s Eight-Six.
2 Team Emperor on Akina
"" (ランエボ軍団、秋名出撃!)
1999-10-21 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
What would happen if the Eight-Six gets a new upgrade? That’s exactly what Iketani and Itsuki has been thinking about to increase the performance of Takumi’s vehicle. But would Bunta allow it? Elsewhere, team Emperor’s winning streak isn’t slowing down as they continue to sweep across Gunma, defeating every race team with ease. Their next target, Akina’s Eight-Six.
3 The Feeling of Defeat
"" (敗北の予感)
1999-10-28 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Kyoichi senses an uncanny fighting spirit within the Eight-Six’s driver, as he gives Seiji strict rules against the race. Seiji however decides to ignore these rules and launches his Evo IV into full power. Takumi is outclassed in almost every category as the Evo IV’s power is truly amazing. The battle risk escalates when the race reaches the second half of the course.
4 Hollow Victory
"" (燃えない勝利)
1999-11-04 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
In his heart, Takumi cannot accept his victory over the Evo IV and decides to make a vow. To add to his already uneasy thoughts ... anonymous messages are being sent to Takumi concerning his relationship with Natsuki.
5 Countdown to Destruction
"" (破滅へのカウントダウン)
1999-11-11 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Takumi soon discovers Natsuki’s secret that leads him to vent his anger in an egotistic battle against Kyoichi at Akagi, thinking little of the huge disadvantage he has. Which became obvious when the Evo III starts to unleash its monster abilities.
6 Goodbye Eight-Six
"" (さようならハチロク)
1999-11-18 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Kyoichi is realizing just how incredible Akina’s downhill specialist is, yet he has full confidence in his rally tuned Evo III. Takumi soon realizes the difference between the Eight-Six and the loud banging horsepower of the Evo III, and ultimately blowing out the Eight-Six's engine. But, it seems that Bunta instinctively knows of the race taking place as a major turning point is about to happen in the series.
7 Battle at Akagi
"" (赤城バトル 白と黒の閃光!)
1999-11-25 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
With the Eight-Six out of the picture, the RedSuns has become the main representatives of Gunma, as every local racer within the prefecture are in favor of Emperor’s defeat. Ryosuke has returned on the street to defeat the revenge-seeking Kyoiichi, who plans to use his theories of motorsports against the White Comet. Also, Iketani and Kenji spot another racer from a neighbouring prefecture.
8 Dangerous Car
"" (そのクルマ 凶暴につき)
1999-12-02 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Mt. Akagi’s battle continues, as Ryosuke has his own theories about streetracing...and he plans to demonstrate its difference on Kyoiichi’s Evo III. Back in Akina, Takumi’s routine way of life is gone with the absence of the Eight-Six and the discovery of Natsuki’s secret.
9 A New Eight-Six Is Born
"" (ニューハチロク誕生)
1999-12-09 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The Eight-Six has returned undergoing a major change. Takumi soon test-drives the new performance much to his mixed satisfactions and disappointments, but what he doesn’t understand is what Bunta knows what’s within that car. Also, the relationship between Takumi and Natsuki is falling apart, but Itsuki’s heart is shaken with the appearance of Kazumi.
10 The Eight-Six Turbo
"" (宣戦布告ハチロクターボ)
1999-12-16 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
After Wataru issues a short-lived battle against Keisuke, his sister Kazumi introduces him to Itsuki leading to a chance meeting with another Eight-Six driver. At first everything seems right with the meeting, but because of Takumi’s naïve reaction to his car’s new downhill weapon, Wataru rubs it the wrong way as his bad side emerges.
11 The Seal Is Broken
"" (封印は解き放たれた...)
2000-01-06 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Fujiwara takes up the challenge and decides where the battle would take place. But before he can accept Wataru’s challenge, he’ll have to learn the most basic essentials of what it means to be a street racer. Also, Itsuki’s relationship with Kazumi is teaching him the value of having a girlfriend.
12 Eight-Six Vs. Eight-Six
"" (ハチロクVSハチロク 魂のバトル)
2000-01-13 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Fujiwara is about to experience a completely different type of racer within Wataru’s own Eight-Six, in a treacherous mountain pass consisting of mixed elevations, rusting guardrails, unexpected traps and aging rough pavements. As Takumi presses down the accelerator, the true nature of the Eight-Six’s new hidden weapon emerges in its monstrous raw performance.
13 Changing Seasons
"" (移りゆく季節のなかで)
2000-01-20 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The battle between the two Eight-Sixes have met Wataru’s satisfaction much higher than he expected, but he plans to decide the outcome of this battle with the judgement of the human body’s limitations. Takumi soon realizes he is losing grip of his pace. After the battle, a series of revelations take place among all the characters in preparation to what’s coming next.

Initial D: Extra Stage (2000)

Act # Title Release date
1 Beyond The Impact Blue
"" ()
Lately Mako’s driving concentration hasn’t been in rhythm as Sayuki draws out her problem. As a phonecall from Shingo of the Nightkids reaches Sayuki, members of team Emperors are on the lookout for other race teams to conquer. To prevent the conquest, Impact Blue’s Sil-Eighty will defend their home course against these outsiders.
2 Sentimental White
"" ()
To make Mako’s world better, Sayuki sets up a perfect match for her best friend. At first this seems alright, but is it worth it if it means giving up her dreams in streetracing for a relationship?

Initial D: Third Stage – The Movie (2001)

  • With his reputation growing, Takumi gets an offer of a lifetime from Ryosuke. Undecisive of his decision, Takumi tries to find his answers by requesting a challenge to battle the leader of team Emperor at his own homecourse.
  • The battle doesn’t end there, as another challenger arrives immediately prior to the previous race. Kai Kogashiwa with an MR2 also wants a shot of Akina’s Eight-Six, as he has a loose connection to Takumi’s father.
  • As the season of Fall turns into Winter, Natsuki is determined to make her relationship with Takumi work. The unexpected arrival of an old flame of hers happens to be visiting from out of town, adding more complex problems. But if Natsuki and Takumi don’t admit to how they feel about each other honestly, then they may lose each other forever.
  • When Takumi finally makes his decision, a major turning point to everyone in Initial D is about to happen ... and a new legend is about to begin.

Initial D: Battle Stage (2002)

  • Battle Stage is a compilation of every major street race of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Stage with the special addition of the never before seen battle between Keisuke’s FD and Seiji’s Evo IV. It should also be noted that all the earlier races such as the ones from Stage 1 were redone using the newer, more detailed CG technology featured in later Stages.

Initial D: Fourth Stage (2004)

Act # Title Original airdate[1]
1 Project D
"" (プロジェクトD)
2004-04-16 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Takumi has made his decision and joins the Takahashi brothers in creating a new race team. Project D has now been formed, and they have only but one goal, to compete against the best drivers in all of Kanto region. This is the story of how their names became legendary among the streets of touge.
2 Full Speed! Downhill Battle
"" (全開!ダウンヒルバトル)
2004-04-16 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Takumi and Tohru are both reckless drivers, yet there is a big difference in their abilities. It is during this battle does it show why Takumi is known as one of the double-aces of Project D, as the Eight-Six is ready to overtake Seven Star Leaf’s very own Roadster of the downhill using techniques never dreamed possible on the streets.
3 The Top Gun of the Todou School
"" (東堂塾最強の男)
2004-06-19 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Project D has now come face to face with racers from the Toudou Racing School. This time, Toudou will use their wildcard racing students...Daiki with his EK9 and Sakai with his DC2 as they will use their skills learned in their goal to become pro racers. The pressure in Project D’s team has begun, as there is no time to make any mistakes if future battles are going to be like this.
4 The Two Pieces of Advice
"" (二つのアドバイス)
2004-06-19 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Daiki decides on the position he’s going to take in the battle. To ensure a victory, Ryosuke gives Takumi advice to use against Daiki’s EK9, especially if Daiki’s level of techniques are that of semi-pros. Everything else is up to the reliance of Takumi’s driving skills.
5 The Starting Line to Victory
"" (勝利へのスタートライン)
2004-08-21 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Project D gets another call from the Toudou Racing School, this time against a pro racer graduate who has just returned. Ryosuke gets a warning from Kyouichi not to let Project D compete against the pro racer, especially since it’s a newly formed team. To his confusion, which car should Ryosuke use against Tomo, one of Toudou’s elite graduates? What confuses him more is Kyouichi's warning that if ever they will race Toudou, Ryosuke himself must race with his FC.
6 Blind Attack
"" (ブラインド·アタック)
2004-08-21 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Ryosuke has made his decision, and decides to take out the Eight-Six as his gamble. Tomoyuki then demonstrates all of his driving abilities that he learned as a pro using an EK9, but takes for granted that his opponent is a specialist of the streets. Takumi will have to find new ways to overcome some of the greatest barriers of racing in order to win.
7 Eight-Five’s Thunderous Turbo
"" (嵐のハチゴーターボ)
2004-10-15 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
A New nightmarish opponent arrives on Mt. Akina challenging Takumi in a downhill battle. Also, Itsuki gets a new upgrade for his Eight-Five as it is demonstrated on the downhill.
8 Fate's FD Battle
"" (運命のFDバトル)
2004-10-15 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
With two prefectures of Project D completed, they move on towards the prefecture of Saitama, only to discover the difference of the roads compared to Kanto’s Gunma and Tochigi counterparts. This time, Keisuke will have to work on his acceleration techniques. However, there seems to be an unexpected twist, as his opponent also drives an FD, and happens to be a girl.
9 Kyoko's Confession
"" (恭子の告白)
2004-12-17 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Kyoko couldn’t bring to tell her newly found Prince about how she feels about him. Meanwhile Nobuhiko is chasing after the Eight-Six with his Altezza only to behold the shocking driving techniques Project D’s downhill ace can perform.
10 Saitama Area Ultimate Weapon
"" (埼玉エリア最終兵器)
2004-12-17 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Nobuhiko has devised a new devilish Eight-Six destroyer at the sight of the Cappuccino, and with the addition of a rally racer named Sakamoto, the chance of success for Saitama Grand United is close to 100%. The next battle Project D will face is going to be in another new level, as chances of a rainy night is taken to notice.
11 Downhill Battle in the Rain
"" (雨のダウンヒルバトル)
2005-02-18 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
A new strategy is devised by Ryosuke at the last minute. It seems that the only way Takumi will win the battle in the rain is if he uses the same strategy a previous opponent he’s raced against before. The only problem to this is Takumi gets confused on what to do, as the rain is making it even more difficult during the race against the Cappuccino, but to what advantage?
12 The Straightaway of Discontent
"" (葛藤のストレート)
2005-02-18 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The final segments of the rain race is at hand as Takumi now begins to perform the most daring attacks against the insane corner-attacking Cappuccino. But as it seems that Sakamoto isn’t willing to give Takumi any chances for a sure-fire victory.
13 Motivation
"" (モチベーション)
2005-04-15 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The rain continues to pour down towards the next battle where Keisuke’s FD competes against Wataru’s newly upgraded Eight-Six. Instead, it only gets far more intense and time consuming if it keeps raining harder and harder.
14 The Pitiful Lonely Driver
"" (悲しきロンリードライバー)
2005-04-15 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Takumi wakes up for his usual Tofu delivery when he recognizes the sight of the Impreza in front of him. Suddenly, everything he knows about his Eight-Six begins to collapse. Elsewhere, Itsuki is out on a date with Kasumi, but he might be going too far with his date when there is more to the story.
15 4WD Complex
"" (4WDコンプレックス)
2005-06-17 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Takumi continues to struggle between the difference of his Eight-Six and the Impreza’s awesome 4WD capabilities. Surprisingly, he gets a tip in starting to solve this problem from an unexpected ex-rival. Now Project D has come to meet with their next opponents, a pair of Lan Evos. However a deadly trap that will turn the tides has been set against them. This puts the practise on a risky hold.
16 The Hillclimb of Fury
"" (怒りのヒル·クライム)
2005-06-17 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Keisuke doesn’t know what to do now that the trap has become a success in his opponent’s favor. Nonetheless, he fights to find alternate ways to accomplish his goals, but fails with little success. Instead of giving up, an unexpected source arrives to his aid, but would Keisuke break the code of the RedSuns to compete with his pride as a Project D racer?
17 Saitama Area Final Battle
"" (埼玉エリア最終決戦)
2005-08-19 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
It seems that the Lan Evo team will continue to do everything to win the battles, even if they have to resort to dirty tricks. That’s just exactly what the next Lan Evo driver told Takumi, to give the Project D driver a warning of what’s to come. If Takumi wants to complete the Saitama battles of Project D, he’ll have to make a choice whether to heed the warning or not.
18 Last Drive
"" (ラスト·ドライブ)
2005-08-19 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
While his FD is in the shop being upgraded, Keisuke and Kyoko go out on a date. Afterwords, Keisuke testdrives his FD, as his acceleration skills has finally paid off in unleashing this new vehicle’s monstrous power.
19 Godhand and Godfoot
"" (ゴッドフットとゴッドアーム)
2005-10-14 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Now that Project D is now recognized as streetracers worthy of competing against high levels, they have to venture out much farther to meet greater rivals in the streets. Purple Shadow, a legendary pair of streetracers in Ibaraki prefecture have come back out of retirement to prove that they can still hold the title of not just kings, but Gods of the streets.
20 The Ultimate GT-R
"" (超絶GT-R!)
2005-10-14 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Keisuke agrees to Hoshino’s request in making the uphill battle rule different, until Ryosuke tells him that this is in favor of the FD. This makes Keisuke feel a lot of pressure concerning Hoshino’s true intentions, as the battle between his newly modified FD is put to its first test against Godfoot’s newly purchased next generation R34 GT-R.
21 Dogfight
"" (ドッグファイト)
2005-12-16 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The battle between the FD and GT-R continues, however the real battle has just begun. Now, Hoshino demonstrates his unique driving skills that people call the impossible earning him the name Godfoot. This makes Keisuke’s true racing abilities appear when it’s pushed beyond his limits as both drivers begin to drive recklessly forcing the battle to be settled in more than just one battle.
22 The Sorcery of the Single-Hand Steer
"" (ワンハンドステアの魔術)
2005-12-16 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
As the battle between the super powered cars of the hillclimb has ended, Takumi’s battle is another story. Takumi realizes that his opponent has the same frightening aura that the Impreza driver had, making his battle with Godhand more difficult. This time, it’s streetracing skills against another form of streetracing skills.
23 Endless Battle
"" (エンドレスバトル)
2006-02-17 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The battle between Takumi’s Eight-Six and Toshiya’s S2000 has become a battle of the best endurance. Yet Ryosuke suspects that something isn’t right about the battle, rather he finds out late on what has just happened. Now that the battle has stretched for far too long, Godhand gets serious and shows off his true driving skills when he is at the peak of his full potential.
24 The Neverending Challenge
"" (終わらない挑戦)
2006-02-17 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The dramatic conclusion between the Eight-Six and S2000 is at hand...or is it. Now that Godhand has gotten serious, how will Takumi compensate into winning, or will the Eight-Six hold itself together if risky maneuvers are the only way to success?!

Initial D: Battle Stage 2 (2007)

  • Battle Stage 2 is a compilation of races from 4th stage including never before seen battles between Keisuke's FD vs. Smiley Sakai's DC2 Integra and Keisuke's FD vs. Atsuro Kawai's R34.

Initial D: Extra Stage 2 (2008)

  • With Mako & Sayuki's reputation as the fastest on Mt. Usui steadily grows, Mako is unsatisfied with Usui and is planning to become a pro racer.
  • Iketani, now an improved street racer, yet again had a chance meeting with Mako and gives Iketani another chance to meet with her where they first met.
  • Two guys in a black Altezza challenge Mako & Sayuki in a race where they realize that the two girls are no small time racers.
  • Iketani is ready to meet with Mako as he waits for her when something happens that again results in Iketani not being able to meet Mako at the correct time. The two do meet up, after Mako picks Iketani up where his car broke down.
  • Iketani, when hearing of Mako's possible future, withholds his feelings so that Mako can make "the right decision".
  • Mako makes her decision to go Pro for a year, but not without giving Sayuki (and Mt. Usui) the run of their lives.

See also


  1. "Initial D Fourth Stage". Allcinema Online. Retrieved 2008-01-17. 

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