The Boys from Race Track Road are a group of pizza delivery drivers who share a passion for street racing
Maxwell Blaz is an edgy street-smart college student with a natural born talent for racing. He doesn’t need the fastest car or the most expensive parts, it’s a gift to him, and he’s fully aware of it, never missing an opportunity to show it. Max is the type of guy who doesn’t have to do much for people to naturally want to revolve around him. His quick wit and down to earth charms usually creates an approachable atmosphere amongst his peers. That is, unless you just like to hate. And with his trouble-attracting sisters and diverse group of happy-go-lucky friends who live for the here and now, Max is constantly thrown into situations that he has to race his way out of.
After the leader of a street racing club catches Max’s magic behind the wheel, Mirror is determined to make Max and company apart of the group, despite the fact that it’s primarily an all-Asian race team. While Max would rather not bite off more than he can chew, his friends see more potential him than he does himself. Thus, Max is sent tumbling down a rabbit hole of fights, partying and more racing than he can handle.
I know people think that in the future we’ll have flying cars and teleportation machines. While it would be nice if people really thought about and poured money into those ridiculous problem-causing types of inventions, everyone knows that war has always been history’s biggest moneymaker. Sure ideas and ambition can drive men to strive for improvement. But in the year 2202, the people who really stand up to make a change…those people fully believe in the idea that fighting solves everything.
As expected, a lot has changed from 2012 to 2202. The United States, once a country built on democracy and expressed freedoms, has turned into a machine controlled by men who have never stepped foot in front of cameras. The ones dancing in front of podiums and giving manufactured speeches are puppets held by the strings of corporations and investors. The renaming of the United States of America to the United Empire of America was a joke. America is still one of the most influential countries in the world, but the real power comes from private corporations that act on their own independent constitutions.