When he fails the reverse park component of his test, Wayne is crushed. She also discovers that she has three siblings: Amber, Kayne and Brianna. Still struggling with the news that she's adopted, Bess is angry with Margaret for lying to her all these years and refuses to speak to her. . Wayne and Julie Wheeler, parents also to Amber, Kayne and Brianna, head up a drag racing team in the outer suburbs and are shocked and thrilled to discover the daughter they thought they had lost is now found. Follow the stories of two families living at opposite ends of the freeway. When Bess finds out that she is adopted, she is stunned, but even more so when she meets her birth parents, Wayne and Julie Wheeler.
Even more so when she is reunited with her birth parents. Danny is cross because Bess has cancelled their anniversary weekend away to be here but Bess really wants to support Team Wheeler. Two years have passed since Bess, an upper middle class doctor, discovered she was adopted and found her drag racing, biological parents living in the outer suburbs. When Bess Denyar - a doctor with a posh mother, an architect husband and twin thirteen year olds at a private school finds out that she is adopted, she is stunned. Angry with Margaret for not taking her diabetes seriously and refusing to exercise, so when Brianna becomes a qualified fitness instructor, she sees an opportunity to help both her adoptive mother and her older sister. Bess, Danny, Margaret and the kids arrive at a dingy motel for the Drag Racing Championships.
Edwina wants to quit the bassoon after relentless bullying at school. Wayne and Julie Wheeler, parents also to Amber, Kayne and Brianna, head up a drag racing team in the outer suburbs and are thrilled to discover the daughter they thought they had lost. After backing into another car, Wayne is forced to take a driving test because of his glass eye. When Bess Denyar, a successful doctor with an architect husband, an overbearing mother and twin thirteen year olds at a private school, finds out that she is adopted, she is stunned. Kayne finds a new sponsorship deal.
Everyone tries hard to get on, in the hope that the two families will quickly feel like one big family. While Bess is thrilled that her two families are coming together, when Danny finds out that Shawn and Edwina have skipped school and gone dirt bike riding, he freaks out, jumping to all sorts of wrong conclusions. When Wayne and Julie give Bess a 'Hot Lap' — a ride in a V8 Supercar, to make up for all the birthdays they've missed, Bess is shocked to discover that she is a natural behind the wheel of a very fast car. So when Bess asks him to help her with a bullying surgeon at work, he jumps at the chance to come to her rescue — unaware she may also come to his. Instead, she concentrates on getting to know Wayne and Julie, her real parents, who, eager to make up for lost time, are keen to reciprocate. Bess Denyar continuing to strive for a happy union between her adoptive upper middle family and her biological bogan family.
With her two families, the Brights and the Wheelers, each now facing a brand new set of challenges - moving houses, illness and injuries, relationships ending and beginning - Bess struggles to manage her families living at opposing ends of the freeway, with varying levels of success. Bess tries to solve engine problems, however the aftermath is filled with fury. Margaret reluctantly agrees to train with Brianna but, truthfully, only because she thinks it will make Bess jealous. She makes everything alright at a music concert where she plays in a way no one expects. Bess Denyar is a doctor with a posh mother, Margaret, an architect husband, Danny Bright, and twin 13-year-olds at a private school, Oscar and Edwina. The bogan Wheelers head up a drag racing team in the outer suburbs and are thrilled to discover the daughter they thought they had lost. But even more so when she meets her birth family.
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