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Right on Track (2003)

Fact-based drama chronicling the story of two determined sisters who battled the prejudice of a male-dominated sport to become world-class drag racers.

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Gregg Enders (as Jon Robert Lindstrom)
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Janet Lee Enders
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Randy Jones
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Erica Enders, Age 4 (as Ruby Chase O'Neil)
Eric Jacobs ...
Bailey Brother
Briana Shipley ...
Erica Enders, Age 8
Janice Power ...
Art Teacher
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Courtney Enders, Age 4
J. Scott Bronson ...
Father (as Scott Bronson)
Lenny Betancourt ...
Randy Jones, Age 9
Joey Miyashima ...
Mr. Jones
Bradley Dutson ...
Jordy Knowlton
William Osborn ...
Rusty Knowlton
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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? Written by Corey Semple <Superman2002>

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21 March 2003 (USA)  »

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Rodas de Fogo  »

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Trivia

Though the characters of Erica and Courtney are 15 and 11 in most of the movie Beverley Mitchell and Brie Larson were 22 and 14 at the time of filming. See more »

Goofs

After Erica crashes, the helicopter that picks her up clearly says University of Utah AirMed. AirMed would never fly all the way to Houston. See more »

Quotes

[last lines]
Erica Enders: [standing on the pedestal, holding her trophy] Get used to it, Courtney! You're next!
Courtney Enders: I'm so gonna beat your time!
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That's What Girls Do
Written by Nina Ossoff & Richie Supa
Performed by No Secrets
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Really Good
21 March 2003 | by See all my reviews

This was actually a really good movie. I was seeing a commercial for it on about every network so I knew all about it. I was laying on the couch when Disney announced it was coming on. I decided I would watch it to test it but didn't think it would last long. Some Disney movies are really good but others too sappy. Well this movie was actually really good. I really enjoyed it. I sat through the whole thing, and though it was predictable at times I was never bored of it. Some parts can be a little sappy but hey if they weren't than it wouldn't be a Disney movie. It had a really good cast. I liked the relationship of the daughters and their father. It was nice. The movie is about a girl named Erica Enders and her sister Courtney (though it is mostly about Erica). She loves drag racing, but is discriminated against because she is a girl. I'm not going to give away any parts or anything but it was really good. I was surprised. Of course as I said some things can be a little too lovey dovey, but that's what I liked about it. This is a great family movie. I give it 9/10.


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