The drivers enter the Water Realm where former surfer Vert, racing in his own element, is determined to prove that he's still a champion. But after a devastating attack by the Racing Drones... See full summary »

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Kathleen Barr ...
Gelorum (voice)
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Karma Eiss (voice)
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Nolo Pasaro (voice)
Michael Donovan ...
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Kurt Wylde (voice)
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Monkey (voice)
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Vert Wheeler (voice)
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The drivers enter the Water Realm where former surfer Vert, racing in his own element, is determined to prove that he's still a champion. But after a devastating attack by the Racing Drones, he ends up being the first driver to fail. In the Metro Realm, the drivers have to find their way through an eerie deserted city choked with traffic. The racers are also introduced to a new weapon developed by the Racing Drones: a huge car-eating "Sweeper." We also get a glimpse of the mysterious fourth team, the Silencerz. Written by Anonymous

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If you like toy cars...
27 December 2010 | by (Scotland) – See all my reviews

... and my three year old son LOVES toy cars. Cars the movie, and Hot Wheels.

This film doesn't make a whole load of sense viewed in isolation as it is midway through a five part series, but the plot doesn't really matter when you are only three.

(If you must know though Dr Tesla has assembled a bunch of racers from rival street racer gangs to race against the drones to gain the Wheel of Power and save the world.. or something...) The graphics are not too bad for a computer animation. The cars are well crafted and the physics are about right for toy cars. The 'drones' make quiet good baddies, I suspect they are influenced by the Borg in Star Trek though.

The final race in the city 'world' is good, and that's what this film is all about, don't worry too much about the hokey plot, just enjoy the racing of Team Teku and the Metal Maniacs against the baddie drones.

It ends abruptly though. I suppose I'll need to buy the boy the next in the series to see what happens next.


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