Lucas as quoted in the Huntsville Times: "I never had the luxury of an extra set of tires to put on a vehicle like I did out there, Universal (Studios) had plenty of cars and gas and tires - it didn't matter. "IMDB.com reports that more than 100 cars were destroyed/wrecked during the filming of "Fast and Furious III: Tokyo Drift." "It was a fun role, that's for sure," the 23-year-old Black said. "We all had a good time. I got to sit behind the wheel of all those guy cars and race them, whenever."We had wide-open spaces and didn't have to worry about the law or cops or nothing. We were burning rubber all day." Unquote.