This isn’t the type of thing we usually cover on JNC. Sure, the video spends a large amount of time spotlighting a “hellaflush” EK Civic, but Kanjo racing is a deep rooted part of Japan’s — and particularly Osaka’s — car culture. Plus, there’s also an EF whose owner wears a scary-ass hockey mask. It’s understandable why these illegal street racers would want to keep their identities secret though. As Car Craft Boon founder Kazuhiro Furukawa explains, racers have crashed, been arrested, and died on the Osaka loop. Why do they do it then? Just watch this video from the always excellent XCar and you’ll understand.