Capeta นักซิ่งดาวหาวหางเจ้าพายุ ตอนที่ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 ซับไทย พากย์ไทย
Capeta เนื้อเรื่องเกี่ยวกับ นักซิ่งดาวหางเจ้าพายุ เป็น เรื่องจากเด็กยากจน พ่อทำงานส่งของ แล้วพาลูกไปดูการแข่งโกคาร์ท เกิดติดใจ พ่อเลยหาโครงรถโกคาร์ทเก่าๆ จนสามารถเอามาแข่งได้
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Capeta (Japanese: カペタ, Hepburn: Kapeta) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masahito Soda. The manga won the Kodansha Manga Award for shōnen in 2005.
The series consists of three separate arcs. The first is about Capeta’s first experiences with kart racing at the age of 10. The next arc, which starts four years later, deals with Capeta trying to handle his growing financial issues due to the high cost involved in kart racing. The third is about Capeta trying to realize his dream of beating his rival and becoming a professional racer, venturing through into a more senior category: Formula Three. Both the anime and manga features numerous references and homages to Initial D and Best Motoring International, as well as Formula One. In addition to this, there are many karting and racing references that not only add flesh to the story, but are also factual (such as comments about racing lines, tire usage, slip streaming and general commentary on the world of four-wheel racing).
Taira Kappeita, or Capeta, was a 4th grader boy. He had lost his mother when he had been very little. Although he pretended to be tough in front of his father, actually he felt lonely. One day, his father brought junk parts home from his workplace and made a racing cart. Soon, they went to a circuit to drive the cart. However, Capeta found that its frame was bent and it could hardly run straight. But, with his technique he managed the cart. Furthermore, he followed soon after the fast cart and he could nearly leave it behind. The driver in the cart was Minamoto Naomi, the champion of the East Japan Junior Cart. Looking at their chase, Naomi’s mother, Minamoto Nanako, advised Capeta to take part in the official race.