Explores the origins of the first "Frankenstein" car driver, Carl "Luke" Lucas, who died in a race at the beginning of the first film.
3 Days. 10 Killers, 20,000 Rounds of Ammo.
18 January 2011 (USA)
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When the end of the first race is over, Lucas's car - the Mustang - crosses the line first the announcer says, "Carl Lucas is the surprise winner, followed by Big Bill." Big Bill is driving the Ram but the second car to cross the line is Calin's Pontiac Trans-Am. See more
[about Death Race
Every car will hold as many guns and as much ammunition as they can.
References Twisted Metal
Performed by Klayton
Written by Klayton
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