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Right on Track (2003)





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This Disney Channel feature film is based on the true story of female hot rod racers Erica Enders and her sister Courtney Enders. When the National Hot Rod Association begins a new children's league, eight-year-old Erica (Briana Shipley) is first in line to sign up -- only to be flatly informed that hot rodding is a "man's" sport, and that little girls should stay home with their dollies. Undaunted, and urged on by her supportive father Gregg (Jon Robert Lindstrom), Erica persists in her dream to become a champion racer, and by the time she has entered her teen years (whereupon she is played by Beverly Mitchell), the girl has handily beaten all of the local male competition, with her equally talented kid sister Courtney (Brie Larson) keeping apace in her own souped-up roadster. But the big-time national competitions are still in the future, and Erica and Courtney have yet to confront their most formidable racing rivals. The real-life Enders sisters doubled for the actresses portraying them in the hot-rodding sequences. Filmed in Salt Lake City, Right on Track made its cable TV bow on March 21, 2003.

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Beverley Mitchell
as Erica Enders
Brie Larson
as Courtney Enders
Jon Lindstrom
as Gregg Enders
Jodi Russell
as Janet Lee Enders
Marcus Toji
as Randy Jones
Ruby Chase O'Neil
as Erica, age 4
Eric Jacobs
as Bailey Brother
Briana Shipley
as Erica, age 8
Janice Power
as Art Teacher
Stefania Barr
as Courtney, age 4
Lenny Betancourt
as Randy Jones, age 9
Joey Miyashima
as Mr. Jones
Bradley Dutson
as Jordy Knowlton
William Osborn
as Rusty Knowlton
Alan Peterson
as Mr. Crandall
Michael Scott
as Will Coleman
Frank Gerrish
as Driving Tester
Lexy Carver
as Little Girl
Paul Mulder
as Photographer
Cami Twede
as Todd's Date
Phil Riesen
as Commissioner Brown
Shawn Stevens
as Announcer #1
Mitch English
as Announcer #2
Terry Wood
as ESPN Announcer
E. Lynn Nickerson
as Nationals Announcer
Mark Wright
as Reporter #2
Sam Dalton
as Reporter #3
Lisa Conley
as Reporter #1
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Although it doesn't stand out as a classic, its feminist message will likely do the intended job of inspiring younger viewers to reject non-inclusive traditions and go for their dreams.

October 15, 2021 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Its biggest problem is that it stars Beverley Mitchell, the most annoying cast member of "7th Heaven," whose most expressive look is crossing her eyes.

September 17, 2019 | Full Review…

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