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This article is about a/an series entry (the 20th) in the Super Sentai series.

Gekisou Sentai Carranger (激走戦隊カーレンジャー Gekisō Sentai Kārenjā, translated into English as Racing Squadron Carranger) was Toei's 20th production of the Super Sentai television series. Its footage was used in the American Power Rangers Turbo. Carranger was unique in its nature, due to being a Sentai series that is portrayed as a parody of the Sentai genre itself.


Dappu, a young alien from the planet Hazard, is forced to leave his home after it is destroyed by the Universal Reckless Driving Tribe Bowzock, a gang of wild thugs who run rampant throughout the universe by causing chaos on planets before ultimately blowing them up. Dappu has knowledge of "Carmagic", a special magic connected to five "car constellations" that give great power. When the Bowzock decide their next target of destruction as Earth, Dappu discovers the power of the five constellations within five beings on the planet, who possess Carmagic within them and the ability to harness the power into becoming the Gekisou Sentai Carranger which can stand up to the space thugs. The five turn out to be five workers at the Pegasus Garage who unknowingly had chosen these constellations as their "dream cars" they ultimately wish to build. When Dappu enters into their lives, they are forced to become the Carranger and stand up to the Bowzock...whether they want to or not!

As battle with the Bowzock escalates, the Carranger's problems become aggravated as many unknown, unexpected factors enter into the conflict, including an alien officer with an obsession with traffic safety greater than the team, a malicious instructor, a troublemaking alien fangirl and even a villain falling for a member of the team! Yet with all the crazy factors and problems they face, everything eventually comes to be tied together towards one force: an interstellar mastermind with a twisted plot regarding the Earth's destruction!



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The Carrangers (including White Racer)

"Fighting Traffic Safety! Gekisou Sentai Caaaaaaaarrrrrranger!!!"

Main article: Carrangers
Red Racer Kyosuke Jinnai
Blue Racer Naoki Domon
Green Racer Minoru Uesugi
Yellow Racer Natsumi Shinohara
Pink Racer Youko Yagami

Other HeroesEdit


Signalman and VRV Master

Signalman Signalman
White Racer Radietta Fanbelt
VRV Master VRV Master


Universal Reckless Driving Tribe BowzockEdit


  • Meow BarriCar
  • Ziyoki BarriCar
  • Moo BarriCar
  • Pao BarriCar
  • Oink BarriCar

Evilmagic MechaEdit





Category:Mecha (Carranger)


Gekisou Sentai Carranger Intro


Gekisou Sentai Carranger Episodes


  • Opening 1/Final Ending: Gekisou Sentai Carranger
  • Opening 2: Gekisou Sentai Carranger ~Full Accel Version~
  • Ending: Tengoku Samba
  • Mecha Theme (RV Robo): Gekisou Gattai!! RV Robo
  • Mecha Theme (Victrailer): Victrailer Kyoudai Naru Machine
  • Mecha Theme (VRV Robo): Zettai Shouri Da! VRV
  • Kuru! Kurumagic Power!
  • Seishun Circuit
  • Kokoro no Mama ni
  • Ore-tachi wa Carranger
  • Shirobai Yarou Signalman (theme for both Signalman and Sirender)
  • Dappu no Uta Dappu!
  • Pegasus Thunder GO! GO! GO!
  • Carranger Ondo
  • Carranger Kagayaku
  • Utaou! Koutsu Anzen ~Carranger ni Nareru n ja~
  • Dakara Tatakau Carranger
  • Yume Miru Zonette
  • Gekisou Taisou Carranger
  • Shoot! Carranger
  • Kazoete Battle Da! Carranger!!
  • Kumori Sora no Yoru Dakara
  • Yumemiru Love-Love Radietta
  • RED ZONE Battle wa BIN! BIN! BIN!
  • Doko Made mo, Itsu Made mo
  • Bousou Sentai Zokuranger
  • Gekisou Machine Daishugou!!
  • Merry Xmas! from Carranger


Suit ActorsEdit

Stage ShowsEdit


  • The commercial sequence for CarRanger, or "Eyecatch", showing a Ranger Vehicle racing forward, was kept for Power Rangers Turbo
  • Though without a traditional Sixth Ranger, this season possessed a wannabe Sixth in Radietta Fanbelt, a fangirl who claimed to be the "White Racer" of the season. An official Sentai fan becoming a Sixth would actually occur in Gokaiger.
  • This is the first of two series to change the opening theme song: from episode 14 to the end, the "Full Accel" version of the "Gekisou Sentai Carranger" is used as the theme song, with the original version only being used again in the closing credits of the final episode. The only other season to do this completely changed the entire opening.
  • This season possesses the first time that a mecha has interchangable parts, as shown with the bizarre formation of the Scramble Intersection Robo. While used for comedy at this time, this would foreshadow the multi-combination mechs that would become standard in Sentai starting with Gaoranger.
  • This is the second season with a "vs. movie" but the first to treat it as an event instead of merely an extra episode as Ohranger had.
    • Though Carranger was not treated as an anniversary season due to Ohranger, it would be the only one within a 5-year sequence which would have a traditional "vs movie", due to the first "vs. Super Sentai" movie appearing 5 years later with the anniversary being counted by season instead of by years since Gorenger.
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