In the first car-chase, before Frank is jumping on the truck, you see him in his car pulling the hand-brake-lever and starting to burn out his rear tires.
Then Frank releases his brakes, the car starts moving and so on.
There are no less than three slip-ups in a five-second sequence!
First, the hand-brake applies it's effect to the real wheels. But the BMW has a rear wheel drive, so how is it supposed to brake and burn out with the very same wheels?
Second, at the beginning Frank is pulling the hand-brake-lever, but at the end he is stepping off the brake pedal and on the gas pedal.
Third, how are the tires supposed to burn out, if he has his left foot on the clutch and his right foot on the brake pedal?
I suppose either the cutter or the director never drove a manual gear shift car.