Stroker Ace, a champion NASCAR driver, is standing at the top of his career, but is getting fed up with having to do as he's told. In between rebelling against his sponsor (a fried chicken chain)'s promotion gimmicks (like making him dress up in giant chicken suit) he spends the rest of the movie trying to bed the buxom Pembrook. Written by
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He's hot on the track... and off!
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The phrase 'Stand on It' is one of this movie's two English titles and also the title of its source novel. The meaning of this phrase is, according to 'Racing Junky', a racing term for "when a driver depresses the gas pedal as far as possible". It's meaning is similar to the term "flat-out" which they define as "racing a car as fast as possible under given conditions". See more
During the start of the climactic 'final race of the season' the race cars are shown rolling onto the track from their pit road lineup positions. As they roll away, we see a closeup of a wheel and tire; the lettering on the tire (the word "Goodyear", etc.) is a reversed/mirror image. See more
I thought all actors were egotistical hypochondriac sissies.
Well, they are. But I like'em.
Referenced in Psych: Mr. Yin Presents
Heartache Comin' On
Performed by Terri Gibbs See more