5 Things Parents Should Know About ‘Cars 3’

5 Things Parents Should Know About ‘Cars 3’

Poor ole’ Lightning McQueen. Once the dominant racecar driver in the Piston Cup series, he now spends his days staring at his trophies, reading his old newspaper clippings, and watching classic race reruns on TV.

It’s downright depressing, but his last season on the circuit wasn’t successful, anyway. A new rookie named Jackson Storm was taking advantage of the latest technology to win every race, and some of Lightning’s long-time racing buddies – the ones he’d been bumping bumpers with for years – were retiring. Things went from bad to worse when Lightning suffered a season-ending crash, sending him back to Radiator Springs to ponder the future.

Lightning, though, isn’t the type of racecar that retires easily. No, he’s determined to make a comeback and reclaim the title.

Helping him get back in shape will be the energetic Cruz Ramirez, a personal trainer who, herself, once had dreams of racing in the Piston Cup.

Here’s what parents need to know about Cars 3:

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