Finish Line

Synopsis: Minor league stock car racer Mitch Camponella gets closer to his NASCAR dreams when he's hired as private mechanic to a millionaire importer. But Mitch's ambition comes with a heavy price ...
Genre: Crime
Director(s): Gerry Lively
Production: RHI Entertainment
93 min

because a sound so smooth.

Very impressive.

I tell him something.

I can go and visit

talk to your mechanic.

It was a bit of these cars.

If ...

... are interested.

It could be.

Here we go again.

Sr. Chase got an order

to revise the load.

Just try not to

break anything, ok?

Hare you can.

Did you find drugs, guns?

Not this time.

You see that Mitch?

You get high

and everybody tried

to bring you down.

"Gooch" leads to a Friend

alresto house to see here.

Yes, sir.

Try to give him something to the official

Matthews was entertained for a while.

I think that something will happen.


That's what you have.

This is Gooch.

After all this time

you can even handle as before.



No no no, this is

Jessie's daughter Chase.

Ypor that I can not see?

What did I say? What did I say?

All right.

To fill the roles they are accustomed.

When you're finished.

Take him to know that Eddie parking

Just being hired.



Mitch is going to give you a

hand carts.

We do not need.

The sr. Chase said yes.

I do not say anything.

Do you hear what I'm saying?

This well "Gooch"

Why not let me do my job.

The works here, so.

We apologize for that.

You like?

Sr. Chase.

I can not thank you enough.

After handling is

another dream come true.

Gooch told me that used to run.


Solia do so.

Well, it's not as exciting

but the pay is good.

All they ask is one thing.

It is ready to have my car,

when you ask. Do you think?

Will do, sir,

And not forget it.

The sr. Vlasek will teach you all over the place.

Is not Vlasek well?


Welcome aboard.

Thank you sir.

Vlasek, I need the Mercedes.

Indeed, sir. Chase.

Where the hell have you been?

You will not believe it.

Don 't show up to work.

No flames to notify you of late.

And not tell anyone where they are.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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