Speed: Racing hasn't changed, and it never will.
Racer X: It doesn't matter if racing never changes. What matters is if we let racing change us. Every one of us has to find a reason to do this. You don't climb into a T-180 to be a driver. You do it because you're driven.
Mr. Royalton: Pancakes are love.
Pops Racer: You think you can drive a car and change the world? It doesn't work like that.
Speed: Maybe not, but it's the only thing I know how to do and I gotta do something.
Pops Racer: I couldn't have been more proud of you, son. Not because you won, but because you stood up, you weren't afraid, and you did what you thought was right.
Speed: It didn't amount to anything. It was completely meaningless.
Pops Racer: How could it be meaningless? I saw my son become a man. I watched a man with courage and integrity drive the pants off every other driver on that road. This is not meaningless. This is the reason for a father's life.
Local Announcer: Folks, I knew Rex Racer and if he's up there somewhere watching this race, you can bet your ass he's damn proud of his little brother.
Pops Racer: That show's in German.
Spritle: Not the monkey parts.
Speed: I thought we made a good team today. It felt like we've been doing it for a long time.
Racer X: If you say so.
Trixie: Cool beans.
Trixie: Three, four, ready for more.
Mr. Royalton: A million dollars to the driver that takes out Racer.
Cannonball Taylor: He won't even get out of the blocks.
Mr. Royalton: I prefer him to not even make it out of the locker room.
Speed's Teacher: Speed Racer, slow down.
Trixie: Since when did winning become so important?
Speed: It is important. You gotta win if you want to keep driving, and that's what I want to do. It's the only thing I really know how to do.
Trixie: That's not true.
Speed: Come on, I wouldn't have made it out of high school without your help.
Trixie: Okay, that's true.
Spritle: Go, Speed, Go.