Continuity mistake: When the Evolution smashes into the gate in the boatyard it should have made a really big dent in the front of the car or at least a scratch on the bodywork. Yet in the next scene when you see it come to a stop in front of the Ferrari, the car is in perfect condition with no dents or scratches.
Revealing mistake: After the first race, when Tej walks over to Brian with a bunch of people, there is a girl in a orange and black top, and as she walks towards Brian, she is looking directly at the place where the camera is supposed to be and backs away, so the camera can pull in for the shot.
Trivia: There is one error in the Tag Team race: the street is not that long. (I should know, because my dad works on that street.) In the movie, it took a little while to finish getting down that street which was unbelievable, especially at the speed they were going. In reality, if you were to race down that street from where they started (without turning back) it would take you an estimated eight to nine seconds.
Trivia: Regular players of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City should recognize the entire last 15 minutes of the film. The area where they change the cars, the place where they drive to get the money, the places they drive during the chase sequence, the bridges, lakes, islands, palm trees, buildings, the game is all mapped exactly on these areas seen in this film in Miami.
Trivia: When Brian, Roman and the thugs are racing to get Verone's package, Verone does a little research on them. When he looks at Roman's folder there are a couple of shots where they show information about him. If you look closely, you can see that in the last shot they refer to him as Brian and later on as "she". They also talk about his relationship problems in the next paragraph of the same shot.
Question: Can anybody tell me the name of the song that it played right at the opening? It's not on the soundtrack and I can't find it anywhere else. Plus, I'd also be really happy to know the song that is played when Rome and Brian get into the bar, because it's not on the soundtrack either, but still rocks.