Jake Maddox: Go-Kart Rush
Tony is used to being the best. With his old kart, he won every single race. But now he's twelve, and he's moved up to the next class of racing, TAG karts. Sure, he gets to drive a cool new kart that goes faster than anything he's ever driven. But he has to race against kids three years older than him, who aren't nice to him, and who have been driving TAG karts for years. How is Tony supposed to get used to losing? And when Jon, one of the older kids, invites him to practice, is Jon just setting Tony up for more embarrassment?
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Anastasia Suen CHAPTER Checkered flag Corey and Devin Corey laughed Corey pulled crossed the finish Dad asked dad laughed Devin and Corey Devin pulled Devin roared Devin turned drive drove the kart FactHound fast fastest finish line five laps four karts gas pedal grass Hairpin turn Internet sites JAKE MADDOX Jon drove Jon pulled left Jon was right Jon's dad Jon's kart pulled Jon's tail kart left kart roared Larry Lefty little kid Max and Tyler moved right Okay old kart paintball pass Jon past Tony pizza pressed his foot reached the straightaway Sean Tiffany Shrimp skateboard smiled starting grid starting line steering wheel Swing Back TAG guys TAG kart thought Tony Tony drove Tony followed Jon Tony knew Tony looked Tony pressed Tony pulled Tony realized Tony thought Tony turned Tony's dad Tony's kart transponder try to pass turned the kart Vroom waiting Wednesday Yeah