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I don't agree with the first comment, my son adores this show. We have been to countless stock car and nascar races and yeah, this show is a little off in the fact that the cars can jump/fly and that the motor sphere does loops, but that's why we make cartoons, to exaggerate reality, and maybe even twist it a little. Kids don't care if the real cars fly, do real trains talk or animals? No, but we love Thomas the Tank Engine and all the cartoons that contain talking animals! I think it is great in the fact that it gets kids excited about racing and does it in a fun and positive way. Great show, I wish it were on DVD! Everytime the song comes on, my little boy runs in circles around the coffee table singing: "Come on, Nascar Racers!"
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