Drama Roaring Wheels Information

Roaring Wheels
  • Drama Title: Roaring Wheels
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Action
  • Country: Hong Kong
  • Published Date: 2000
  • Total Episodes: 1
  • Summary: 

    In the underground world of motorbike racing, Wong (Wang) and Fung (Chan) are the two top drivers. Wong is number one and Fung is eaten up with jealousy. Fung, furious at always being second-best challenges him to a last race - and against his better judgement Wong goes for it! Disaster ensues - a terrible accident leaving him crippled, coupled with the death of his girlfriend. Three years later, he is a single father, raising his son in the obscurity of a seaside resort. This tranquil existence is intruded upon by Fung besotted with proving himself to be the best and a mystery girl, Suki (Mok), who seems to be in love with Wong. Fung blackmails Wong into another race. Wong now must face his past, his loss of nerve and his future.

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