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Driven General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch, but parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger, or more sensitive, children.


UK release date Released: 5th October 2001  |  BBFC Age Rating:  PG

Directed by

Renny Harlin


Burt Reynolds
Kip Pardue
Stacy Edwards
Til Schweiger
Gina Gershon
Estella Warren
Cristin de la Fuente
Brent Briscoe
Robert Sean Leonard
Verona Pooth
Jasmin Wagner
Chip Ganassi
John Della Penna
Dan Duran
Robert Smith
Richard Zeppieri
Tino Monte
Brian Heighton
Renny Harlin
Luukas Harlin
Peter Kosaka
Frank Blanch
Barry Stillwell
Brett Heard
Phillip MacKenzie
Liz West
Michael Boisvert
Jeffrey Knight
Wayne Best
Jane Moffat
Jake Simons
Jean Alesi
Michael Andretti
Kenny Brck
Patrick Carpentier
Cristiano Da Matta
Adrian Fernndez
Christian Fittipaldi
Dario Franchitti
Luiz Garcia Jr.
Mauricio Gugelmin
Michel Jourdain Jr.
Tony Kanaan
Juan Pablo Montoya
Roberto Moreno
Max Papis
Oriol Servia
Alex Tagliani
Paul Tracy
Jimmy Vasser
Jacques Villeneuve
Alison Armitage
Andrew Charlton
Ed Cray
Mark Finney
Bruce Flanders
Tony Lee Gratz
Gwenne Hudson
Brian Jennings
Ted Kavouris
William Lucas
John Sanford Moore
Rana Morrison
Dean Teaster
John Thurner

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Highest chart position: 10

Weeks on box office: 1

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