9 Interesting Facts About Fast & Furious


Entering its 14th year, the seventh instalment of the fast-car series is proof that the franchise is still going strong. To celebrate Furious Seven success, we've got 9 facts you need to know about Fast and Furious.

Han Seoul-Oh's death in the third film means that Furious 7 is a direct sequel to The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.

Vin Diesel only agreed to make a cameo at the end of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift in exchange for ownership rights of the Chronicles of Riddick franchise.

Rodriguez had no idea her character was still alive until she saw the twist ending during a screening of Fast Five.

The Skyline GT-R featured in 2 Fast 2 Furious was actually Paul Walker's own car.

Rio de Janeiro's car chase scenes in Fast Five were actually shot in Puerto Rico.

It's estimated that the runway in Fast and Furious 6 had to be 28.829 miles long in order to accommodate the whole scene.

In Fast Five, more than 200 cars were completely destroyed in the making of the heist scene.

Racing driver Keiichi Tsuchiya, who is famously known as Japan’s Drift King, makes a brief cameo in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.

Before the late Paul Walker was cast as Brian O'Conner, Christian Bale, Mark Wahlberg, and Eminem we all considered for the part.