10 Fast Facts About Cars
Todd is a Pizza Planet truck who appeared in all of the Cars films, including visiting the Thunder Hollow demolition derby in Cars 3. He is a Gyoza Poky 2.4 Liter Inline 4, which is consistent with the model the truck was given in Toy Story 2 . Todd is painted in yellow and white livery, with the Pizza Planet logo on both of his doors. He has the Rocketship resembling Pizza Planet atop his roof.
The sweet but powerful Latin diva can dance the night away at “Car-nival,” but spends most of her time on the racetrack. After setting a new track record at the local Interlagos circuit, she was drafted to join the 24-hour endurance racing team in Europe, where she posted a consistent series of podium finishes. In the World Grand Prix, the proud Brazilian Le Motor Prototype racer is the only female in the field, and Carla is ready to prove to the world that #8 is there to win for her home country. Lightning McQueen, Mater, and Chick Hicks are all original Pixar designs, but most of the other characters are based on existing cars. Among them are Doc Hudson , Ramone the body paint specialist , tire salesman Luigi , hippie Fillmore , military surplus store owner Sarge , and Mack, the truck that drives Lightning around .
He is painted yellow with blue and green decals and his race number 90 in red. He was eliminated from the competition when he was flipped on his hood. Faregame is a demolition derby taxi who enjoys competing in Thunder Hollow’s demolition derbies. He has a yellow and black livery, and his racing number is 42. He honks his horn to cutoff any curse words from his mouth. During the race, he is dueling with Tailgate but later tries to hit Lightning but instead hits Arvy and gets rammed by Dr. Damage.
Aaron, a character who is caught between worlds, sides with the poor and the marginalized and spends much of his time in and out of the those used Chevys and Fords. “But you do need a paint job, man! Ramone will paint you up right.” His World Grand Prix paint job in the second, which features green-tinted flames that reach all the way up to his rear fenders, as well as a Le Mans-esque spoiler.
Patrick Warburton as Pulaski, a structural firefighting fire truck at Piston Peak with a roof-mounted watercannon for firefighting. Pulaski’s namesake, Ed Pulaski, was known for his heroism in saving most of his crew during the Great Fire of 1910 by sheltering in an abandoned mine. Erik Estrada as Nick “Loop’n” Lopez, a helicopter TV actor who was the co-star of CHoPs. He was killed during filming of the series’s one-hundred-thirty-ninth episode, and is the reason Blade became a firefighter (Blade couldn’t save him in time). Lincoln Qualifiers, these race planes attempted to participate in the Wings Around The Globe Rally. Paddy O’Concrete is a cement mixing transport monster truck who Mater defeated.
Zachary graduated from Ohio University with a major in Strategic Communication, which is fancy talk for advertising and public relations. Beginning his career at The News Wheel as a lowly intern, he was able to climb his way to the top, eventually claiming his place within the last cubicle on the left. Other jobs that Zachary has held include driving around a safari truck at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. When he’s not putting his nose to the grindstone, Zachary enjoys watching and critiquing movies and television.