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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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Duwayne Dunham
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Beverley Mitchell ... Erica Enders
Brie Larson ... Courtney Enders
Jon Lindstrom ... Gregg Enders (as Jon Robert Lindstrom)
Jodi Russell ... Janet Lee Enders
Marcus Toji ... Randy Jones
Ruby Chase ... Erica Enders, Age 4 (as Ruby Chase O'Neil)
Eric Jacobs Eric Jacobs ... Bailey Brother
Briana Shipley Briana Shipley ... Erica Enders, Age 8
Janice Power Janice Power ... Art Teacher
Stefania Barr ... Courtney Enders, Age 4
J. Scott Bronson J. Scott Bronson ... Father (as Scott Bronson)
Lenny Betancourt Lenny Betancourt ... Randy Jones, Age 9
Joey Miyashima Joey Miyashima ... Mr. Jones
Bradley Dutson Bradley Dutson ... Jordy Knowlton
William Osborn William Osborn ... Rusty Knowlton
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Storyline

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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Certificate:

TV-G

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 March 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Rodas de Fogo See more »

Filming Locations:

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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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 13 at the time of filming. See more »

Goofs

After the dance when Erica is asked to help start one of the other girl's car, she and Randy turn and start walking to the car. In the next shot they're standing still and then start walking again. See more »

Quotes

Erica Enders: [tossing a box of tissues to Mr. Knowles] For Jordy in case he starts crying after I whip him in the finals.
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18 Wheels
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Great Movie
2 June 2005 | by lawauna_n_richSee all my reviews

I watched this with my 8 year old daughter. We both loved it. We actually watched it twice. Now she wants to learn all she can about Erica Enders and watch all kinds of racing on TV. My daughter and I both sat on the edge of our seats while watching this. This movie is a movie that you can let your child watch and not be worried about the message. This movie is one that can be used to teach girls that they can be anything they want. Don't just not do something because you are a girl and trying to do something in an all male field. I hope that Disney puts this movie to video. I would definitely buy it and watch it over and over with my daughter and I would buy it for my nieces. Wonderful story!


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