Motorheads won't have to wait until the Indy 500 to get their speed fix this year. After burning rubber in exotic locales like Miami and Tokyo, the Fast & Furious franchise which left off with 2006's The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, starring Lucas Black is set to tear up the streets of L.A. once again with a few familiar faces behind the wheel. Diesel, back for the first time since The Fast and the Furious (2001), reteams with old pals Walker, Michelle Rodriguez, and Jordana Brewster for a new adventure that promises plenty of the high-octane thrills that F&F fans have come to expect from the series: crash-and-burn car stunts, white-knuckle chases...and as little dialogue as possible between them. I don't think Vin would've come back if there weren't enough action, says Rodriguez, who admits that shooting the movie didn't quite satisfy her real-life adrenaline craving. The ones who have all the real fun are the stunt doubles. [The producers] don't let me do anything that's truly life-risking. I do that stuff on my time off.