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The show's intertitle for the Race Car Adventures episodes.

Race Car Adventures is the name for six special episodes of Blaze and the Monster Machines Seasons 2 and 3. The first episode aired on May 30, 2016. The last episode aired on December 9, 2016.

Premise

In these special episodes, Blaze and AJ visit a city called VelocityVille, a town populated entirely by race cars instead of monster trucks. Whenever Blaze goes there, he transforms into a race car so he can go fast like they do. The STEM concepts featured in these episodes are special and allude to race cars and what they do.

Opening theme

The theme song is changed for these episodes. As in the original, it begins with Blaze's flame sticker appearing and glowing over a black screen before zooming out to frame all of him in Swoops. During "On your mark", Blaze jumps through a virtual blueprint out of Swoops into VelocityVille, transforming into his race car form. He deploys Blazing Speed and sets off. During "So buckle your seatbelt", Rally, Dash and Fender race behind him as they drive around and AJ gives him speed. At "Gimmie, gimmie, gimmie some speed", Blaze jumps off a ramp and he lands by Starla, Stripes, Zeg and Darington, also transformed, as they race together. At the second "Blaze and the Monster Machines (Go, Go!) (Blaze!)", they zoom past Crusher and Pickle, also transformed, the former looking shocked while the latter is impressed. Finally, they jump a hill and Blaze lands front and center, and the logo fades in behind him as he slides offscreen forward. Race car sound effects were added to fit the miniseries' title.

Episodes

Characters exclusive to this miniseries

Special Guest Stars

  • Danica Patrick (Rally)
  • Jimmie Johnson (Dash)
  • Kasey Kahne (Fender)
  • Chase Elliott (Mark Setgo)

Trivia

  • This is the only miniseries to start airing during one season and finish in another.
    • This is also the only miniseries to use the original animation style. Wild Wheels introduced the new animation style which would be used in Robot Riders.
    • This miniseries is the only one without a unique travel song.

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