The incident took place in Levenshulme after a silver Peugeot 306 was involved in a collision with a man on Stockport Road.
Police are now appealing for witnesses after the 45-year-old man died after he was taken to hospital by emergency services.
In the footage, which shows the moments after the collision, the car can be seen jumping a set of red lights and mounting the pavements it speeds away.
Vehicles stopped as the car sped through the lights with one door open after it had mowed down the father-of-three.
The vehicle also mounts the kerb and jumps another red light as the vehicle flees the scene.
Car speeds away jumping red lights after the collision
Shahid Tarafdar was struck by the vehicle and his devastated family have paid tribute to him.
His family said: “Shahid was a loving husband and a father to three young children. He was a devoted family man who was loved by his family and respected by the whole community.
“He spent most of his life in Southampton before moving to Manchester five years ago with his family.”
Shahid’s eldest brother Shabuddin added: “We have lost our brother at a young age due to a hit and run incident.
“We as a family are in total shock and devastation at the loss of a young brother, husband and father and are appealing to anyone who has knowledge of the collision to contact the police”.
Police are also appealing to track down the front seat passenger in the footage who was seen exiting the Peugeot in the moments following the collision.
The vehicle jumps a red light as cars are forced to stop to avoid hitting it
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We as a family are in total shock and devastation at the loss of a young brother, husband and father
Shahid’s eldest brother
Senior Investigating Officer, Sergeant Lee Westhead said: “A major police investigation has commenced to identify the driver of the Peugeot at the time of the collision.
“If you recognise any of the people in the images, if you know who the driver was at the time of the collision or if you have any information about the movements of the Peugeot on the day of the collision then I would ask that you contact my team or the independent charity Crimestoppers immediately.
“This collision has led to the death of a 45-year-old man, his family are devastated and it falls to me to provide them with the answers they deserve.
“My team and I will not rest until we find the driver, we will be relentless in our search and we will use every possible means available to us to identify them.
The car was found set alight after the hit and run collision
“This will not go away, the investigation will not end until this is resolved.
“For those who have helped or who are considering helping this driver, this is not the time for false loyalties, a man has died.”
The silver Peugeot 306 with registration number KW55 EVP, was later found set alight.
Anyone with information has been urged to call the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 0161 856 4741 quoting incident number 1376 of 7 February 2017 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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