G | | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Lightning McQueen sets out to prove to a new generation of racers that he's still the best race car in the world.
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In this film, the Nitroade car's number is 28, which is probably referring to 1928, the year Disney made their first film, Steamboat Willie (1928).
Miss Fritter: Looky here, boys! We got us a couple of rookies.
Miss Fritter: I'm gonna call you "Muddy Bridges".
Miss Fritter: And you, "Lemonade".
Arvy: Hey, neither one of 'em has a single dent!
Miss Fritter: Oh, I'm gonna fix that!
During any of the races, there is apparently absolutely no mention of Lightning McQueen's performance in his Tokyo, Porto Corsa, and London races - as depicted in Cars 2 (2011).
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