- Not to be confused with the episode.
|“Sometimes it feels like we're always playing a role, like someone else is pushing the buttons. Well, I'm tired of that. When I win, it'll be something I did.”|
|— Racer Seven in "The Meaning of Victory"|
Racer Seven is interviewed about what it would be like to win the Key-Tana. She said it would feel great, as she believed someone was pulling the strings on the players, and winning the race would break that barrier.
Racer Seven is racing at the Speedway Five-Billion and once again crashes. She gets out of her car and in fury, throws her helmet in the direction of Lloyd. While Lloyd is running away from the Red Visors, Racer Seven realizes her helmet is with Lloyd.
As she is trudging towards the noodle shop, other gamers congratulate her for her effort, but she doesn't care. Lloyd then comes later to talk with Racer Seven, explaining that the world she lives in isn't real and Unagami has programmed her to lose. At first, Racer Seven doesn't believe Lloyd and even threatens to call the Red Visors if Lloyd doesn't leave. Before Lloyd leaves, Lloyd tells her to meet in the empty parking lot if she changes her mind.
Racer Seven then realizes that Lloyd has a point as she has been failing constantly. She heads over to the empty parking lot but cannot find anyone. Suddenly, she runs into a shield which reveals to be Scott's Garage and Lloyd comes out to greet her. Lloyd then hands over her helmet and asks if she wants to join the race with them.
The ninja tell Racer Seven of what Prime Empire really is, as well as Unagami being Milton Dyer. They also tell her the only way to stop him is to get the three Key-Tanas, as well as winning the Yellow Key-Tana in the Speedway Five-Billion and they need her for that. Racer Seven reminisces of what Lloyd told her of how she was created to lose but could change that. She asked how he could be so sure. Lloyd says he isn't, but she has to believe in herself and that'll help her win.
Racer Seven was among the NPCs who chose to live in Ninjago City after exiting the Manifestation Gate. She briefly smiles at Lloyd after spotting him in the crowd.
- 137. "One Step Forward, Two Steps Back"
- 138. "Racer Seven"
- 139. "The Speedway Five-Billion"
- 143. "The Temple of Madness"
- 144. "Game Over"
- Like all the racers in "The Meaning of Victory," her name was misspelled in Ninjargon. In this case, Racer Seven's name was misspelled as "Racdr Seven."
- She shares the same hairstyle as Antonia, originally used on a citizen in the LEGO City 60202 People Pack - Outdoor Adventures set.
- Similar to Okino being programmed to fail his masters until "The Maze of the Red Dragon," Racer Seven was programmed to lose until "The Speedway Five-Billion."
- The car she uses is the Legacy remake of Lloyd's Jungle Raider. However, it has an "R" in it instead of a dragon symbol.