Parents' Guide to

Changing Lanes

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

NASCAR competition promotes diversity on the track.

TV BET Reality TV 2010
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The series, which is narrated by mucisian Ludacris, highlights NASCAR's efforts to develop a new generation of driving talent that reflects the sport's diverse fan base. It also addresses some of the challenges that female and minority drivers face when trying to break into the sport.

Young racing fans will enjoy the insider's view of the sport, as well as the pre-race preparations that the young drivers must go through to become better athletes. But you don't have to be a racing fan to appreciate the show's positive message or to be inspired by the commitment that everyone featured in Changing Lanes is making to make NASCAR a more diverse and accepting sport.

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