Right on Track

Synopsis: When the National Hot Rod Association begins a new league for kids, 8-year-old Erica Enders signs up, fully supported by her father. Now Erica always wins and she and her younger sister are beating the boys who are competitively trying to beat them. Who will win the Junior National Championship?
Director(s): Duwayne Dunham
Production: Just Singer Entertainment
 
IMDB:
6.6
TV-G
Year:
2003
89 min
28 Views

Girl:
Vroom!

[Dog Barks]

Vroom!

Speeding Down

The Track.

The Other Car

Pulls Out In Front

What Will

Terry Mcconey Do?

She's Gonna Hit

That Cat

And, Oh, Look!

Erica Wins!

Whoo-Hoo! Race Is

Over. I Gotta Go.

Dad, Can I

Please Go?

No.

No, Monkey,

Not This Time.

Oh, Come On, Now.

Be Good.

Now, Come On!

Daddy's Gotta Run.

Come On!

Jump! Ohh!

Oh, That's My Girl.

Rock And Roll,

Daddy! Sic 'Em!

Hey, Erica.

Still Got Your

Training Wheels On.

You Big Baby!

Yeah! [Laughs]

I Can Beat You!

Cannot!

Can Too!

Oh, Yeah?

Race Me

To The Mailbox.

Announcer:
...And Next Up,

In Lane 2, Gregg Enders.

In Lane 1, Erica Enders.

Whoo!

Whoo!

Well, Erica, That's Very Good.

Thank You, Ma'am.

It's A Four-Link

Dragster.

1,000 Horsepower,

A 235-Inch Wheelbase,

Weighs 1,700 Pounds

And Can Go Up To

180 Miles Per Hour.

Oh.

Erica:
Come On, Mom!

It's A New League!

They Just Started.

They're Called

Junior Dragsters.

The Roll Cage

Withstands Crashes

Up To 250 Miles An Hour!

And The Car Only

Goes About 60.

Absolutely Not.

Honey!

I'll Have A Fire Suit.

And A 5-Point

Harness.

All Right! All Right!

Give It A Rest, Please.

I Do Not Like

To Be Ganged Up On.

[Sighs]

I Think It's Dangerous.

[Punch]

Ow!

Please, Mom. Please.

Please, Oh, Please.

Just Get Ready

For Bed.

[Sighs]

Come On.

Thanks A Lot,

Courtney.

[Sighs]

Am I Being

That Big Of A Witch?

No.

[Both Laugh]

It Just

Scares Me, Gregg.

Honey, They've Got

Rules Up To Here

To Keep Them Safe.

The Playground's

More Dangerous.

Gregg--

Well, It's Something

She Wants To Do!

I Mean, It's Not

Like It's A Dress

Or A Toy

Or Something.

It's Something She

Really Wants To Do.

There's

A Big Difference.

Would You Be

So Against It

If She Wanted

To Take

Violin Lessons?

When Did Anyone

Ever Get Killed

Playing A Violin?

Well, If It Was

Dangerous, Would

I Let Her Do It?

Hmm.

What?

Announcer:
Welcome, Folks,

To The First Ever

N.H.R.A. Junior

Drag Racing Event.

Now, After Nearly 50 Years

Of Organized Drag Racing,

Kids Ages 8 To 16 Will Finally

Have The Opportunity To Drive

Real Dragsters Down

The Same Drag Strip

As The Professionals.

I Got It! I Got It!

I Got It!

[Laughing]

I See It.

I See It.

Mom!

Hey.

You Think That's

A Good Idea?

Letting A Little Girl

Go Out There?

Well, Let's Wait

Until The End

Of The Race

And Then You

Can Tell Me.

It's Not That Pink.

Woman:
Where'd You Get

That Paint Job?

[Engine Idles]

Rock And Roll,

Monkey.

Stick 'Em!

I'm Going To Win, Dad.

Announcer:

And In Lane 2, Eric Enders.

Excuse Me.

It's Erica Enders.

Is That A Girl?

Yes.

Huh.

I Guess That

Explains

The Color

Of The Car, Huh?

Ha Ha.

Correction There,

Folks.

In Lane 2,

Erica Enders.

Ha Ha.

[Engine Revs]

Dad, It's A Girl.

What If I

Get Beaten By A Girl?

You'll Be Fine.

Just Do Your Best.

Have

A Good Race, Son.

Announcer:
And First Up

In Lane One, Randy Coats.

Whoo-Hoo!

[Cheering]

Yeah! Whoo!

You Won!

You Were

So Good Today.

Thanks.

Dad, Look!

Oh, That One's

For The Nationals,

Honey.

I Want To Win

That, Dad.

Well, We'll See.

Don't You Think

I Can Do It?

I Didn't Say That.

It's Just That

Every Kid Who Gets

Behind The Wheel

Of One

Of Those Cars Thinks

The Same Thing.

And I Mean Kids

From All

Over The Country.

I Can Tell

You, Honey.

There's

A Big Difference

Between Wanting

Something

And Actually

Getting It.

You Wait And See.

I'm Going To Win That.

Erica:
Yes!

It's Perfect!

I Love This Car!

Now, Erica, There's

Some Things On This Car

That Are Different

From The Other One.

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