When reining aerial racing champion, Chaz McFadden, is haunted by the sudden reappearance of her dead sister, Destiny Fox, igniting a new sense of rivalry between them, it's all she can do to survive their final airborne competition and prevent her own inevitable death.
Synopsis:Science Fiction/Action Adventure By Grant Fausey
DESTINY FOX’s life ends as a black smear on a canyon wall at age twenty-seven, when a twist of fate causes her Hyper-cam aerial racer to explode during the bone-chilling microsecond of a horrific accident. No one hears her scream, or her body-crumble. Call it sixth sense, precognition, or just plain intuition—to Destiny it’s all too real, even when her life passes before her eyes. She relives the crash, seeing her fiery end … then it’s all gone, swept away as if erased. No one really knows what happened to her, not even, CHAZ McFADDEN, when she takes her place in the history books.
The Hypercar circuit is a fast pace, high-energy spectacle, where fast cars and beautiful women are the name of the game. Chaz McFadden rises to the top in just three short races, and now, at the dawn of her next triumph, she’s ready to add another notch to her belt. At the Delusions Inn, a dingy, smoke-filled pilot’s hangout, Destiny sizes up her competition, remembering Chaz McFadden—She was once her best friend, if not something more.
Destiny relives a memory, as if she’s given a second chance at life—but no one seems to remember that she died, not even Destiny Fox herself. In a way, life begins again, while Chaz, on the other hand, sees Destiny as a threat, and although she welcomes the challenge she represents, becomes obsessed with the need to bring her down, rekindling an old rivalry that ends with the crash of Chaz McFadden’s flying racer.
Chaz is whisked away by emergency medical services in a rush to save her life, while Destiny goes on to win the race, stealing her rival’s limelight, if not her life.
Returning home after her hospital stay, Chaz McFadden discovers life as she knows it is over. Her injuries will keep her off the racing circuit for at least the rest of the season, if not the next year. And, to make matters worse, Destiny Fox has a clear shot at the top. Her title is at stake.
Chaz feels the need for revenge. She’s lost everything, including her boyfriend, JAMES NULAND, who shows up with Destiny on Nine Alive, a local interview talk show hosted by her old flame. Destiny claims Chaz McFadden’s crash wasn’t her fault, and that if she hadn’t pitched her out when she did, she would have died twice. The host seizes the opportunity to issue a challenge, claiming Destiny Fox is on her way to the top. At the shows end, the last race replays in segments, leaving Chaz McFadden crazy jealous and, angry.
Chaz struggles with her insecurities, looking up an old family friend, her father’s head designer, JASON ARMSTRONG, and vows to return to the racing circuit, persuading him to build her a new, faster hyper-cam racer. Jason Armstrong demands the car he intends to build be the best—No short cuts, no expense spared. The very best! Chaz McFadden agrees, not only for safety, but because of her belief in him.
Awakened from a nightmare, Chaz relives the fiery end to the race that killed Destiny Fox. “It’s not possible,” she screams. “It’s not my fault. I didn't mean to do it. She was in the way … don't you understand? She was in the way.”
James Armstrong helps Chaz from the cockpit of her new racer, trying to comfort her. She knows Destiny was there for a reason…. they had a little score to settle. One way or another—she knows they will race against each other again, and this time it will be to the end.
At story’s end, Chaz McFadden returns to the racing circuit to protect her title, and if possible, reclaim her life.
Original Screenplay. This is my original draft of an idea involving flying hyper-cam sonic racers capable of reaching speeds in excess of mach 1 and the pilot-drivers that handle them in death-defying, hair-raising competition.