Voiced by: Takuya Kimura (JP), Patrick Seitz (EN)
The main protagonist, driver of the Transam 2000. A pompadoured racer with a penchant for speed and crashing.
- Ambiguously Human: Due to his pointed ears and the fact that he wasn't given the introduction of being from "that blue planet" like Miki and Todoroki, it's unknown if he's human or simply an alien that looks very human.
- Badass Biker: He owns a strange hoverbike that looks like a hybrid between a chopper and a Bōsōzoku custom motorcycle. Even his upgraded Transam is revealed to have a tricycle-like design when Lynchman breaks its outer shell.
- Badass Driver: By default, as a character in this film, but he stands out compared to the others because he relies exclusively on his sheer driving skill, instead of weapons or tricks like the other racers. Hes just that damn good, and he doesnt need to be aggressive to win the race.
- Badass Normal: All the other racers drive tricked out supercars full of crazy weapons and special features to give themselves any advantage they can get. JP rides around in the futuristic equivalent of a 60s muscle car equipped with nothing but a good engine and a nitro boost.
- Badass Pacifist: JP is the only racer who doesn't pack weapons of any kind on the track. He makes up for it with Hot Blood and pure driving ability.
- Captain Crash: Any car or vehicle he steps in has a habit of violently crashing or exploding (Although usually not intentionally). Except for the Yellowline finisher, he always miraculously survives unharmed (Lampshaded too when he somehow crashes a test car in a desert).
- Dark Is Not Evil: Despite his intimidatingly decorated black leather jacket with spikes on the shoulders, long rockabilly pompadour and other "road warrior" accessories might make one initially keep their distance, but he's easily one of the most amiable characters in the movie.
- Delinquent Hair: That pompadour sticks out a whole foot in front of his face. In fact it's so long that it's able to help him cross the finish line as he runs towards it with Sonoshee.
- Determined Defeatist: He goes into both of his races in the film knowing that Frisbee is likely to pull the trigger on his jury-rigged vehicle so that he'll lose at the last minute, but he always plays to win.
- Made of Iron: The guy can survive a whole load of crap that comes his way, from violent crashes to a powerful shockwave caused by a Kill Sat.
- My Greatest Failure: When he entered the pro circuit, Frisbee took out a massive loan with the mob to get their car competitive parts. JP lost this race, putting them into tremendous debt and forcing them into the race fixing business to survive.
- Nice Guy: Overall, while looking like your stereotypical punk. He's a pretty amiable guy and unlike some of the other racers. Doesn't seem to really care about starting trash talk or trying to outright kill. He just wants to race and is overall quite friendly to most people.
- Pointy Ears: His ears have noticeable points to them when viewed from a profile, leading to the question if he's a human or an alien that just looks very human.
Voiced by: Yu Aoi (JP), Michelle Ruff (EN)
The driver of the Crab Sonoshee. The winner of the Yellowline race at the movie's onset. Develops a close bond with JP.
- Action Girl: A given, as a female participant in the Redline race.
- Badass Biker: Instead of a normal wheel, the Crab Sonoshee has motorcycle handlebars to control it and drives the vehicle with great proficiency.
- Embarrassing Nickname: Frequently referred to as the "Cherryboy Hunter". Given "Cherry Boy" is a Japanese slang term for "Virgin" it boils down to calling her a "Virgin Hunter".
- Foreshadowing: Her Crab Sonoshee resembles a dual-body powerboat for offshore racing. This design choice becomes clear when it's revealed it can travel over water just as well as land.
- Meaningful Name: McLaren are one of the most famous racing car companies on earth. They also produced one of the only ever three seater supercars ever made, and are generally known for making insane but practical supercars, not unlike the Crab Sonoshee's Jack of All Stats status.
- Hand Cannon: In the start Redline race on Roboworld, when Lynchman fires a missile onto her ride. She immediately opens up the cockpit and pulls out a huge pistol that has two barrels, it's strong enough to be able to at least knock back a missile.
- Wrench Wench: She's a junk dealer and built her Racer up herself.
Voiced by: Tadanobu Asano (JP), Liam O'Brien (EN)
JP's childhood friend, who's tied to the mafia. A mechanic who helps out in creating JP's rides.
- Facial Markings: A constant of his race from what we can see from other beings similar to him.
- Not So Stoic: Frisbee is understandably very incredulous once he hears from the reporters that JP entered the Redline race. The facial expressions he makes have to be seen to be believed.
- Screw the Money, I Have Rules!: Frisbee eventually becomes this when he sees just how close JP is to winning Redline, alongside a combination of guilt for nearly trashing JP's hopes and dreams twice and the representative of the Inuki Group trying to alter the deal by having the Transam "malfunction" before it reached first place."He's so close... I want to see him win, I want to see him win for once in his life!!"
- Sharp-Dressed Man: Due to now being tied with the Inuki gang, he keeps appearances up with a fancy suit. Still doesn't mean he's not willing to get dirty when it comes to making JP's ride.
- The Stoic: Usually acts very suave, cool and collected. Being the more subdued one compared to JP and Old Man Mole.
- True Companions: When JP's life flashes before his eyes during a crash, Frisbee features prominently in most of his memories.
Voiced by: Takeshi Aono (JP), Steve Kramer (EN)
The elderly four-armed junk dealer/mechanic that works on JP's machine.
- The Alcoholic: Is almost always seen drinking some kind of booze. In the climax, he's completely drunk with his cheeks red and having the time of his life.
- Abnormal Ammo: His weird three barreled revolver shotgun shoots screwdrivers with enough force to act like some kind of powerful spike launcher.
- Badass Biker: Borrows JP's Bike in the climax.
- The Complainer Is Always Wrong: Mole's suspicions of Frisbee are his only concerns that are given merit in the story, with his other suggestions such as adding weapons to the Transam or giving it a slower yet safer engine being shot down in favor of more dangerous but more effective solutions.
- Cool Old Guy: He's old, bald and whatever hair he has is white. He's the one responsible for helping out on creating JP's rides. He further proves his coolness by going out of his way to not only save Frisbee but also kill the Inuki representative and his goons.
- Dirty Old Man: Apparently, he "still has his mojo with the ladies", too, although we don't see much of it.
- Dope Slap: Delivers one to JP when he's ecstatic at the idea of putting a dangerous engine into the Transam.
- Multi-Armed and Dangerous: While he doesn't use them for combat, he still pretty damn effective when it comes to killing.
- Multi-Armed Multitasking: He has four arms, and is JP's junk dealer and second mechanic.
- Parental Substitute: Implied, since JP refers to him as Pops and Mole himself is constantly fussing about JP's safety.
- Refuge in Audacity: JP needs one last boost to beat Machine Head in the final stretch of the Redline race? Blow up the bomb under his car to turn it into a flying rocket. Granted, he's drunk as a fish and doesn't seem aware he hit the button
- Shotguns Are Just Better: When going out to save Frisbee, he brings in a strange shotgun that has a revolver chamber and fires screwdrivers like spikes, which he uses to great effect to rescue Frisbee.
A wild and varied collection of the best racers across the galaxy, all aiming for the glory and fame of winning Redline.
- Badass Driver: To a man (and to a woman), they are this. Each and every one of the qualifying racers pulls death-defying stunts and incredible feats of piloting throughout the race.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Again, all of them. Each of them is kooky in their own way, but they wouldn't be running the Redline if they weren't the best of the best. Except Miki and Todoroki, but even they give a respectable performance.
- Hero of Another Story: All of the racers have their own careers and adventures off the track. Trava and Shinkai in particular even got their own OVA, long before the Redline film.
- Spirited Competitor: The common thread that binds them all is that they all love racing, and their singular shared goal is to cross the finish line.
Voiced by: Akane Sakai & AKEMI (Kobayashi Akemi) (JP), Lauren Landa & Laura Post (EN)
A pair of idols from Planet Supergrass racing in Redline.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Despite their ditzy attitude, they still qualified for the most deadly race in the galaxy and put up an impressive performance, even when going up against trained military forces.
- The Ditz: Going by their interview, they... don't come off as the sharpest tools in the shed.
- The Dividual: The Superboins are pretty indistinct in terms of personality.
- Finger Firearms: The fingers of their Transforming Mecha of a car can rotate around and fire machine guns. This is their main weaponry on the course, as use of their more arcane weaponry is not authorized against other racers.
- Leitmotif: Kare No Shift Wa BUNBUNBUN.
- Magic Idol Singer: In addition to being racers, they're also idol singers, and they're from a magic-using planet, so...
- Naked in Mink: Downplayed, they do at least wear panties under the mink, but other than that...
- Navel-Deep Neckline: Boiboi's outfit has a neckline that reaches her navel.
- Shameless Fanservice Girl: They go on live TV wearing fur coats, panties, and absolutely nothing else.
- Transforming Mecha: An interesting case in that, they don't even need to have their vehicle transform that much, their Mecha's "Car" mode is literally just the mecha itself doing a weird pose, the wheels only elevating it from just straight up laying on the ground.
- Willfully Weak: They are magic users, but they swear off using magic in Redline, as it gives them an unfair advantage against other racers. Against the forces of Roboworld, however, all bets are off.
Voiced by: Daisuke Gōri (JP), Paul St. Peter note (EN)
A brutal police officer racing in Redline. His real name is Hamesh Frini.
- Adaptational Context Change: In the Japanese original version, Goris relationship with Officer Yang is considered scandalous because its implied hes already married, whilst in the English dub, the context is that his relationship with another member of the force is unprofessional.
- The Brute: Both in his ride and his personality. He bull-charged Miki and Todoroki on what was implied to be a mere speeding violation and attacks two reporters on-camera. His ride, the Gori-Tank, is slower than the others but can dig through almost any material.
- Dirty Cop: This is almost literally his racing name. On top of his Redline racing (which is of dubious legality already) he also assaulted Miki and Todoroki and locked them up just to make them miss the qualifying Yellowline Race. He's also apparently engaged in adultery, and when questioned about all of this he started beating up the reporters on camera.
- Dug Too Deep: Accidentally awakens Funky Boy by tunneling way too far in the wrong direction.
- Fast Tunnelling: His machine does not give a damn about such paltry obstacles as the terrain itself. This eventually goes poorly.
- Interspecies Romance: Even if Officer Yang isn't human, she's definitely not whatever species Gori-Rider is (who looks like a blue gorilla, hence the name).
- The Juggernaut: The Gori-Tank isn't the fastest of the machines in Redline, but it is the toughest and heaviest (aside from the Godwing), and even being point-blank on Funky Boy isnt enough to completely put it out of commission.
- Kavorka Man: Hes a foul-tempered Dirty Cop whos literally a gorilla. His girlfriend is a normal human-looking Fair Cop. How exactly they get along isn't known.
- Leitmotif: One that sounds like a spaghetti western theme.
- Meta Mecha: Inside the large Gori-Tank there is a smaller, more maneuverable vehicle that can be ejected.
- One-Handed Shotgun Pump: Does this with a futuristic lever-action firearm while going after Miki and Todoroki. The whole scene being a homage to the TheTerminator films.
- This Is a Drill: His machine can tunnel through terrain.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Awakens Funky Boy while trying to avoid a minefield by digging underneath it.
Voiced by: Shunichiro Miki & Ikki Todoroki (JP), Sam Riegel & Cutter Garcia (EN)
Japanese brothers racing in Redline thanks to a popularity vote, as an untimely arrest from Gori-Rider had them miss as a Yellowline qualifier. Originally from Mole Brothers.
- Adaptational Context Change Whilst the Japanese sub implies they are from Earth (the great blue planet), the English dub flat out states they are from Earth.
- Curse Cut Short:"GORI-RIDER, YOU MOTHERF-*BEEP*"
- The Dividual: Like the Superboins, they're functionally one character.
- Eye Beams: Their main weapon, the Thunderbolt, is a laser blast fired from an eye-like weapon.
- Fast Tunnelling: Their Semimaru is capable of tunneling, although not as well as Gori-Rider's Tank.
- Humans Are Average: Despite being the only confirmed humans in the race they don't do outstandingly well, nor do they contribute anything of great value to the race in general, but they don't fare too poorly, either. Being able to grab the lead for a while and survive most of the ordeals in Roboworld.
- Insignificant Little Blue Planet: The only Redline racers outright confirmed to hail from Earth itself rather than being Ambiguously Human or Human Aliens.
- Leitmotif: One that's unfortunately short, and another one that's longer.
- Transforming Mecha: Their Semimaru has two modes - Cool Bike and Spider Tank.
Voiced by: Kanji Tsuda (JP), Joey Morris (EN)
A Redline racer that originally appeared as the protagonist of Trava Fist Planet, wherein he is a land surveyor and former military pilot.
- Ace Pilot: He's already a Badass Driver for the REDLINE, but Trava Fist Planet also states he was this while serving in the military.
- Butt-Monkey: Trava spends most of the film getting clobbered.
- Hero of Another Story: Moreso than the other racers, since his other story actually exists to establish his character.
- Satellite Character: While in Trava Fist Planet he (obviously) receives a lot more focus, in REDLINE he's significantly less-developed and only acts as Shinkai's driver (despite allegedly being the star of the duo) and Little Deyzuna's enemy.
- Tall Poppy Syndrome: According to Trava Fist Planet, he was discharged from the military for being too good with his Mini-Mecha. Shinkai got kicked out too.
Voiced by: Yoshiyuki Morishita (JP), Tony Oliver (EN)
Trava's mechanic and old army buddy, also from Trava Fist Planet.
- Casanova Wannabe: He presses a clearly-uninterested Sonoshee with amorous intent. This is a holdover from Trava Fist Planet, where Trava constantly teases him about being a virgin while also repeatedly stopping him from slobbering over their mysterious female guest.
- Establishing Character Moment: Shinkai only really has one scene in REDLINE, that being the diner, but it's enough to get a clear picture of his personality: sleazy, hungry, book-smart, and absolutely No Social Skills.
- Extreme Omnivore: Happily eats Sonoshees meal of worms.
- Guilt by Association Gag: In Trava Fist Planet, he explains that Trava was discharged from the army for being way better than his peers. As Travas personal mechanic, Shinkai got kicked out too.
- Jabba Table Manners: Somehow one of the worms from Sonoshee's spaghetti ends up on his forehead. He also continues jabbering to Sonoshee while shoveling food down his throat.
- Mr. Exposition: He serves as a helpful source of information regarding himself, Trava, Little Deyzuna, the Steamlight, and the general situation of the race being on Roboworld.
Voiced by: Tatsuya Gashuin & Yoshinori Okada (JP), John White & David Roach (EN)
A pair of the strongest and fastest intergalactic bounty hunters racing in Redline.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Theyre a pair of costumed weirdos who dance, stretch, and chat about racing while on missions. Theyre also REDLINE qualifiers, highly competent fighters, and Lynchman in particular is inhumanly fast and durable.
- Bounty Hunter: Their occupation off the course. We get to see them at work not only in their TV spot, but also when they sabotage Roboworld's Kill Sat to prevent it from taking out the Supergrass mothership.
- Corrupted Character Copy: The duo are more like a more violent, somewhat psychopathic Batman and Robin.
- Flying Car: More like floating, but still.
- Grappling-Hook Pistol: Their Lynchcar comes equipped with massive one on the front, which can anchor itself to both terrain and competitors with equal ease.
- Leitmotif: Right here, one that fittingly sounds like the intro to a superhero show.
- Missile Lock-On: Their Sidewinder missiles home in on opponents.
- Not Hyperbole: Their TV spot wasn't lying when they called the duo them the strongest and fastest bounty hunters. As shown during the Redline race on Roboworld, Lynchman was somehow able to not only run fast enough to keep up with his Lynchcar but also shrug off bullets that manage to hit him while he's doing so.
- Psycho for Hire: They're bounty hunters and just a little unhinged. The Redline Comittee even hire them to sabotage Roboworld's resident Kill Sat.
- Super Speed: Lynchman is able to run fast enough to catch up with their Lynchcar driving at fast speeds!
- Super Toughness: Not only that, while running after said Lynchar, he's doing this in the middle of a battlefield which has Roboworld's forces fighting the racers. As he's running he's just shrugging off bullets that are presumably coming from their resident Mechas.
- Whip It Good: Johnny Boy uses a whip in battle.
Voiced by: Kouji Ishii (JP), Michael McConnohie (EN)
A three-time champion racer once again competing in Redline.
- A God Am I: Never says this outright, but he did name his machine the Godwing and has the arrogant attitude to match.
- The Ace: He has won the Redline tournament three times consecutively. This means he has been the champion for fifteen years, enough to become renowned as "the King of Redline". And he comes within a hair's breadth (literally) of winning again, even in a race set on a Death World, so he's clearly not lost any of his edge.
- Ambiguously Related: It's heavily implied that he's Sonoshee's father or at least someone who has a familial relationship with her. They interact with each other as though they're quite familiar with each other, and he knows she has a Steamlight, which only he could've given her.
- Antagonist Abilities: Owns by far the most powerful and unstoppable machine in the race, has cybernetically augmented himself into an unbeatable racer, and can use Steamlights with no harm to his machine.
- Archnemesis Dad: More implied, as it's never outright stated if he's related to Sonoshee despite some very heavy hints. Also downplayed in that, while he doesn't take any prisoners as a racer, his relationship with Sonoshee is more akin to a powerful rival than a villain.
- Badass Cape: A befitting a three-times champion of Redline.
- Bigger Is Better: The greatest racer in the galaxy is also the largest, and pilots the largest vehicle in the race - in fact, he is the largest vehicle once he plugs himself in.
- Calling Your Attacks: Not an attack per se, but... PLATINUM NITRO CHARGE!
- Combat Pragmatist: The last drag of Redline has him formally challenge JP and Sonoshee to use their Steamlight at the same time he uses his. When the race gets a little too close for his comfort, he reveals he secretly had a second one, which he consume for extra speed.
- Cyborg: He has gradually upgraded himself with mechanical parts to become the ultimate racer.
- Cyborg Helmsman: Thanks to his cybernetic augments, when he races, he interfaces with his Godwing, giving him command over his vehicle that most racers couldn't even dream of. This is something he boasts about during his interview.
- Evolution Powerup: The mechanical equivalent thereof. His Godwing continuously gets upgraded between each Redline. The first one is about the size of a normal vehicle, but by the time of his fourth Redline, it looks more like a small spaceship. Even Machine Head is subject to this as each time we see him win a Redline race his appearances change slightly to reflect how his vehicle has been upgraded.
- Final Boss: When Roboworld's forces abandon the chase and all the other racers are left in the dust, the only thing between JP, Sonoshee, and the finish line is Machinehead and his Godwing.
- Graceful Loser: For all his raw, bestial fury during the race, he can only admire JP's valor afterwards and doesn't dispute his victory, despite how close it was.
- Large Ham: "I'M THE KING OF REDLINE!"
- Leitmotif: MACHINEHEEEAAAAAD!
- The Juggernaut: His vehicle is by far the biggest and most powerful in the race, allowing him to plow through most obstacles and ravage the road itself in his wake if he desires to.
- Nerves of Steel: Remains completely unflappable even when confronted by a whole platoon of Roboworld soldiers let by Colonel Volton. The only time he is shown to loose his cool for even a second is when Sonoshee ends up having a pretty intense crash.
- Power Glows: When he swallows a Steamlight and unleashes his Platinum Nitro Charge. The effect is... breathtaking to say the least.
- Real Men Wear Pink: He's a towering cyborg, a certified badass who won't hesitate to race on a Death World, a three-time Redline champion... he also owns an absolutely adorable little dog that wears a pretty bow, and he seems to dote on it.
- Red Baron: Repeatedly called both "Mr. Redline" and "The King of Redline", so you know the man will be hard to beat in a race.
- Smug Super: With his extensive Cyborg enhancements, he arrogantly describes himself as "on another level" compared to the other racers and seems smugly certain that he will win. He is almost right: he stays is in the lead until the very end.
- Super Strength/Super Toughness: He's tough enough to easily take hits from a berserk Deyzuna and strong enough to toss him like a ragdoll. Justified, since he needs that kind of power and durability to handle the strain of piloting his Godwing and the punishment dished out by other racers.
- Tears of Joy: Is shown crying of pure happiness when he won his first Redline race.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: He initially started out as rookie racer who was overjoyed to have won a Redline trophy only to become steadily more conceited with each subsequent victory. However when he finally loses his winning streak to JP and Sonoshee, he looks quite content and happy for them, showing that he is a Graceful Loser.
- Worthy Opponent: Having won multiple Redlines with little resistance, he seeks one of these, eventually finding one in JP.
- Villainy-Free Villain: After they evade the forces of Roboworld, he stands between the protagonists and victory. His goal is the same as all the other racers: to win.
Voiced by: Chō (JP), Alfred Thor (EN)
The head of the mafia that Frisbee works for.
- Cool Car: His headquarters is a personal limousine the size of a small hotel. With full service bar and at least two floors.
- The Don: He's the leader of a mob and won't hesitate to beat up or kill his underlings if they fail him.
- Eye Scream: He has a golden eyepatch on one of his eyes, Old Man Mole sends a screw driver to the other one (and through one of his fingers too!).
- Fantastic Drug: Both times he's seen, he's indulging in some kind of cocaine-like drug. It weirdly has to be applied to the outer gums for some reason; the first time he's doing it himself. The second time he has two ladies do it.
- Fiction 500: He's so loaded from race fixing that he's able to offer Frisbee a sum of Twenty Trillion to convince him to fix the Redline. He's also so used to getting his way that when Frisbee doesn't play ball, he tries to have him killed.
- A Lady on Each Arm: During the Redline race, he is seen with two ladies behind him at all times. They even apply his drugs for him. They understandably run off the moment the fighting starts.
Voiced by: Kōsei Hirota (JP), David Lodge (EN)
The leader of Roboworld.
- Big Bad: Technically the Big Bad of the movie, as the tyrannical leader of the world the Redline is being hosted on, who does not approve of the race because it risks exposing the illegal superweapons his planet is producing, and thus attempts to have his forces exterminate all the racers. However...
- Big Bad Wannabe: In actuality, he ends up coming off more as one of those as the Supergrass forces and the racers end up making a complete mockery of his forces, jam his Kill Sat, and eventually drive his biological weapon out of control by complete accident. Ironically, the only time he ends up seriously hampering the racers is when his objective is no longer to stop them, but to eliminate the rogue Funky Boy. By the time of the race's finale, both he and his Dragon Volton have been completely sidelined to make room for the confrontation between JP and Sonoshee and the true main antagonist - the man to beat in the Redline, Machine Head.
- Evil Overlord: The main armament of the drones that seem to serve as his world's police force is high explosive death rays, and he's developing superweapons illegally.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Justified by the circumstances, but the President has a very short fuse throughout the movie.
- A Nazi by Any Other Name: Definitely not a nice person, and his world's emblem is suspiciously similar to the Nazi Party's symbol.
- The Paranoiac: As soon as he learns that the highly-televised Redline will be on his homeworld, the President immediately latches onto the notion that his enemies planned this in a bid to expose Roboworld's military secrets. Considering that's exactly what happened, he might have been on to something.
- Pet the Dog: In the dub at least, He requests that Titan try to kill Funky Boy with the Hyper Disintegrator Cannon array in one shot as he doesn't want the bioweapon to suffer.
- Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: His entire problem with the Redline being held on Roboworld is his fear that their extremely popular and far-reaching broadcast would expose his planet's military secrets to his enemies, particularly the ones that breach intergalactic peace treaties. In his extreme "to any lengths" fervor to stop the Redline racers, he winds up not only annihilating the vast majority of his world's military might but also exposing not one but two extremely illegal bioweapons to the public eye. While the movie doesn't dwell on what happens next, one would have to assume it's not good.
- Uncertain Doom: The Redline flagship emerges from hyperspace in his headquarters, so he's probably not okay, but we don't see him after Volton leaves to fight Funky Boy.
- 0% Approval Rating: Implied. Even the population of his own world starts sabotaging his plans to stop the Redline from happening. By the end, after seeing the extreme speed of the Redline racers and the death of all their comrades, what's left of his own military basically says "Fuck it, I quit." and stops trying to stop the race.
Voiced by: Unshō Ishizuka (JP), Jamieson Price (EN)
The leader of Roboworld's military forces.
- Bad Boss: He's so hellbent on seeing his orders to stop the Redline racers through that even after the massive majority of his forces have died, he orders them to continue the pursuit.
- Cigar Chomper: In an almost literal case of this trope, he actually chomps on one end of a cigar and spits it out before having one of his underlings light it.
- Colonel Badass: Commands his own special forces, has the authority to mobilize the planet's entire military force, and even turn into a monster capable of matching Funky Boy.
- Commissar Cap: Appropriately enough for a man of his station, Colonel Volton's helmet resembles one of these.
- The Dragon: Volton is actually this to the Roboworld President, being in control of nearly all military operations against the Redline racers.
- Frontline General: Not normally, but when Funky Boy goes out of control, he gleefully does a Fusion Dance with a leviathan abomination to take it on personally.
- Hijacking Cthulhu: In order to confront Funky Boy he lets another massive bioengineered monster which eats data absorb him and takes it over from the inside.
- Large Ham: And he's voiced by the largest ham of voice actors: Jamieson Price.
- One-Winged Angel: Transforms himself into a Kaiju-like monstrosity in order to fight evenly with Funky Boy.
- Surrounded by Idiots: Colonel Volton starts feeling this way when his own personal forces get their asses handed by the racers and when his three direct subordinates, especially Little Deyzuna and Dr. Sabose, stray from their objective.
- Uncertain Doom: The plot simply moves on while his new monstrous form tangles with Funky Boy, and we dont see the end of the fight.
Voiced by: Kenyū Horiuchi (JP), Doug Erholtz (EN)
The man in charge of Roboworld's security.
- Kill Sat: For a few years before the current Redline he was responsible for creating a contigency plan. Said contingency plan involved an armed satellite that's solar-powered called the "Hyper Disintegrator Cannon". He can control it through a strange contraption in the Dest Tower.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: While he's the Blue to the Red of both the Roboworld President and Colonel Volton. He's just as open to violent options if possible. Hell Roboworld's Kill Sat was his idea.
- Right-Hand Cat: He owns an adorable yet strange-looking (possibly of Alien origin) cat. It has a passing resemblance to a Sphinx-breed cat as well although it's skin or fur has blue-ish tints to it.
- The Stoic: Always keeps his cool no matter what goes on and always has an air of calmness around him. This attitude is also contagious, as he's the only one who can get the President to stop panicking.
- Smart People Speak the Queen's English: Speaks in a posh and vaguely British accent in the English dub.
- Villainous Friendship: He seems fairly close with his boss, as during the President's initial Freak Out all it takes to calm him down (somewhat) is Titans hand on his shoulder.
Voiced by: Kenta Miyake (JP), Derek Stephen Prince (EN)
A member of Roboworld's army with a grudge against Trava & Shinkai.
- Badass Biker: Rides one of Roboworld's Sand Bike's and drives it with pretty impressive skill. Enough skill that he's somehow able to actually keep up with the other racers with their custom souped-up Cool Cars.
- The Berserker: As demonstrated during his introductory scene, or rather, beatdown of Trava.
Little Deyzuna: "bet you feel sorry for leaving me behind in the army now ...I've been waiting for this a long time, TRAVAAAA!"
- Berserk Button: Just the mere mention of Trava is enough to set him afire.
Shinkai: "He becomes impossibly strong when he cries."
- Berserker Tears: Always sheds some tears whenever he's in this state.
- Beyond the Impossible: His Sand Bike seems to be no different than the models given to the others under his command. He is still able to keep up with the Redline racers, even coming in fifth place.
- Establishing Character Moment: The moment we get introduced to him is alongside Trava, showcasing not only their rivalry, his surprisingly effective combat prowess and being quite the crybaby.
- Nightmare Face: Whatever Roboworld did to him when he was turned into a cyborg was not pretty as compared to his colleagues he appears the most grotesque. With the area around his eyes and mouth looking like exposed muscle.
- Revenge Before Reason: Little Deyzuna is so set on making Trava and Shinkai pay for 'abandoning' him that he ends up going AWOL and joining the race.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Delivers one to Trava as a part of his proper introduction into the movie.
- The Tooth Hurts: Colonel Volton punches him so hard that not only does he lose a few teeth some of those teeth are stuck on Volton's fist.
An illegal biological superweapon secretly created on Roboworld. The President desperately wants his existence to stay secret, but with Redline on the planet, it's only a matter of time before he wakes up
- Bioweapon Beast: Natch. The commenters of the race describe it as a bioweapon, and a highly illegal one to boot.
- Breath Weapon: Its main means of offense, a tremendous beam of energy from its mouth that absolutely razes the landscape in its path.
- Eldritch Abomination: How else do you describe this... thing?
- Fetus Terrible: Faintly resembles a massive fetus made out of pulsating glowing slime and some mechanical parts.
- Fluffy the Terrible: A massive living weapon of mass destruction codenamed, of all things, "Funky Boy". Though, considering the names frequently given to superweapons in real life ("Fat Man" and "Little Boy", anyone?), maybe it's not exactly inappropriate...
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Slumbers in a containment unit beneath the earth as Roboworld scientists try to find a way to make it actually obey orders. Naturally, Gori-Rider ends up breaking the "can" by complete accident.
- Turned Against Their Masters: Funky Boy was awoken and broken out of containment before Roboworld could get him to obey them (in the President's terms, make him "learn discipline"). As a result, upon awakening, he starts annihilating everything in the vicinity indiscriminately and Roboworld High Command is forced to try to put him down.
- Uncertain Doom: The plot moves on when Volton starts fighting it, and we don't see the outcome.