A villain in Wreck-It Ralph is named Turbo... who is a racer and has similar ambitions to Turbo. They're both portrayed as protagonists in from where they're from. Turbo is the hero in his Turbo Time game, while he's the main villain of the movie. As an added bonus, Sonic the Hedgehog, who inspired this film, appeared in Wreck-It Ralph.
Speaking of Sonic, it was eventually announced in 2017 that the movie adaptation of the franchise will be produced by Tim Miller, the director of Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool (2016).
And it gets better: Ben Schwartz, aka Skidmark, will be voicing Sonic.
Nightmare Fuel: The "Shell Crusher" realistically is just a cruel kid on a tricycle. But what makes him dangerous is his determination to squish Theo even after he quickly finds out that Theo has Super Speed.
So Okay, It's Average: This is what the general response from critics seems to be. They see it as a fairly paint-by-numbers animated kids' movie, but also think that it's charming enough to be enjoyable with a welcome and overdue focus on the Latin American community with the human characters.
For the television series
Awesome Art: The TV series has Titmouse Inc. as the production team, and thus has a much higher grade of animation quality than one might expect from a Netflix series.
Skidmark also has a notable fanbase due to the TV series giving him a much more likable personality, which explains why he went from being Out of Focus during the first season to arguably getting some of the most focus of any of the characters.
Just Here for Godzilla: A studio example; a lot of the interest in Turbo F.A.S.T. generates from Motorcity fans, since the former runs off a similar concept, animation style and even production team as the latter.