|Directed by||Stuart Gillard|
|Produced by||Leif Bristow|
|Written by||Nicholas DiBella|
|Distributed by||Alliance Atlantis, MGM|
The film centers on a boy named Watts "Lightbulb" Davies (Will Rothhaar) who likes to race go-karts. Unable to come up with enough funds to purchase his own kart, Watts convinces his father, Vic Davies (Randy Quaid) (a former kart racer himself), to help him build a cart and teach him how to drive. As he follows his dream, he then has to race against his enemy and idol, Baggims.
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