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Developed by: Rainbow Studios
Tantalus Interactive
Published by: THQ
Platforms: Wii, Nintendo DS, Gameboy Advance, PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Release date: October 29, 2007 (North America)
November 29, 2007 (Australia)
November 30, 2007 (Europe)

Cars: Mater-National Championship is the sequel to Cars - The Video Game. It was released 2 years before Cars: Race-O-Rama. The game takes place in Radiator Springs as players take the role of Lightning McQueen and Mater, as they prepare themselves for the 1st annual Mater-National Championship against many race cars around the world.


Returning to the game

New to the game


Performer: Jennifer Hale
Appeared in:
"Emma is spunky and cute, with just the right amount of self-deprecating charm. She's England's reigning rally car champion, as popular for her personality as she is for spraying mud all over her competitors. She's come to the Mater-National Festival to compete in the Rustbucket Race Series, and is a little star-struck when she meets its resident champion, Mater."

Otto Von Fassenbottom

Otto Von Flasenbottom
Performer: Dee Bradley Baker
Appeared in:
"Given Otto's exquisite German engineering, you might expect him to be a perfectionist. He's certainly focused on racking up the wins, but he's also having a great time doing it. Otto's got a rock star attitude, and he knows what he likes - and he likes to drive fast. He spends a lot of his free time cruising the Autobahn back home, and doesn't understand the concept of speed limits."


Performer: Scott Wood
Appeared in:
"Gudmund is the reigning rally car champ of Sweden... and a bit of a wild man! He loves to stir things up both on and off the track and takes any challenge head on. With his huge headlights, he's happy kicking up dirt clouds in the middle of the night, even if he's the only one out there. He's got a dry, off-kilter sense of humour, but he's a fair, fun and friendly competitor all the same."


Performer: Masi Oka
Appeared in:
"Koji comes from the world of downhill Touge racing commonly known as drifting. Much of Koji's success is attributed to his light and maneuverable style of driving. He prides himself on his ability to take turns with wide, screeching, smoking powerslides. Koji treats his sport as a science - he's extremely competent, but he's not so focused that he forgets to have fun."


Performer: Carlos Alazraqui
Appeared in:
Giovanni, a tough-looking but very nice smooth red Ferrari from Italy. He is also a fan of Lightning McQueen, who inspired him to be a racer. Luigi and Guido claim to be his biggest fan. He was the final boss character that Lightning McQueen races in the video game.


Yuri is a Russian Rally car, among others joined the Mater-National Championship. He is first seen in the Road Race Inside The Turkey and in seen again in the Road Race Canyon Run. His license plate is YURIKAA. He doesn't appear in any cutscenes and he has no backstory or introduction, so very little is known about him. He also is one of the only cars seen throughout the entire series who is Russian.


Performer: Joe Smith
Appeared in:
Philip came to Radiator Springs, but he drove on the wrong side of the road (because in the U.K., they drive on the opposite side of the road) and nearly hit Lightning. Lightning said that he was going to teach him to drive on the correct side of the road in the U.S., but that soon turned into a race.

Returning to the game

  • Tommy Joe
  • Buford
  • Cletus
  • Lewis
  • Judd
  • Zeke
  • Vince
  • Sonny
  • Barry
  • Lenny
  • Fletcher
  • Gerald
  • Count Spatula
  • Ginormous
  • The Crippler


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