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When the Disney movie Cars came out, kids everywhere went crazy over the spirited race car, Lightning McQueen. From then on, Disney has made toys, apparel and even video-games based on the movie. Now, the recently released Cars Race-O'-Rama is on store shelves and kids will definitely be taking a look at it. Cars Race-O'-Rama centers on Lightning McQueen and his rivalry with Chick Hicks.... Read Review

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