Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Men Against Speed is a 60-minute adaptation of the 1955 feature film The Racers. Regis Toomey, Farley Granger and Rick Jason play a family auto-racing team, a father and two sons. Intent upon proving that their American vehicle is the superior to any foreign job, Toomey and his sons enter an important Italian road competition. Press agent Mona Freeman nearly upsets the apple cart by fomenting dissension between brothers Granger and Jason. Relying extensively on stock footage, Men Against Speed debuted December 12, 1956, as an episode of the biweekly anthology The Twentieth Century-Fox Hour.
car, racer, family-reunion, finances, reconciliation, reunion, sibling, sister, sports