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Drive Energy Drink

Nov 6, 2012
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As if M7 Japan wasn’t big enough—from selling just about every aftermarket part like turbos to coilovers, to being too busy running their race teams in D1, Super GT, or Formula D, to having spent enough money hiring drivers like Manabu Orido, Nobuteru Taniguchi, or Dai Yoshihara—now they are releasing their own energy drink. After having a huge success in Asia, they are finally bringing Drive to the U.S. market.

Other than using all-natural ingredients, they also use pure sugar cane. Not too many other energy drinks on the market use premium ingredients like this. The high Japanese standards are not just guidelines for their race parts, but Drive as well.

www.drivem7.com
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