PG | | Action, Biography, Comedy
The true life story of Wendell Scott, the first black stock car racing driver to win an upper tier NASCAR race.
This was the first feature film in which Richard Pryor received top billing. He would go on to get top billing in a total of 12 movies between 1977 and 1991. (That tally does not include his live stand-up performances released to theaters as feature films.)
If they shoved your brain up a gnat's ass, it would look like a BB in a boxcar.
On Wendell's ride home from the Army, his bus crosses a small bridge with Armco barriers along the side. Since Wendell started racing in 1953 and Armco barriers were not invented (in England) until 1954, there is no way that a bridge near Danville, Virginia would have them at that point in time.