May I join in? (I'm hoping people might correct my thinking if I'm wrong anywhere.)
So, I agree with the Domains, even if we take Doc alone as the impact character. (Though, I suspect Jim is right, and Sally has an influence in parts of the movie.)
At first, I had a little trouble agreeing with IC Domain of Mind, but that fits the kind of influence Doc has on Lightning so well. And, I agree that Lightning is in Universe, but mostly because I'm fairly certain this a Stop story, too. (Lightning definitely seems to have a chip on his shoulder.)
But, I'm not sure whether I agree with the goal of "Winning the Piston Cup", though as I think about it, the Concerns that would entail seem to work.
So, the racers conflict because of their vying for sponserships and victories. The townies are dealing with conflict because they're looking for a way to bring business/customers back, but their newest "recruit" refuses to work with them.
Lightning's internal drive is his desire to win the Piston Cup, but it runs deeper than that. The question of course, is how does this cause conflict or how is it personal baggage. Well, it really doesn't, nor is it. His personal baggage really comes from his place as an outsider, both in the racing scene, and at the town. Throughout the movie, it really seems like he's claiming "I have to prove myself before I'll ever be accepted." (Clearly, I'm not thinking of Dramatica terminology in this quote. Just the generic English.)
I'm fairly certain this is Doc Hudson (a.k.a. the Hudson Hornet). It is the Hudson Hornet that inspired Lightning to race in the first place, and it is Doc Hudson who has the most impact in changing Lightning's view at the end, with Sally's as additional influence. So, if we consider Doc and Sally, their influence is mostly comes in the form of their laid back attitudes toward driving/life all together, and claiming they know what life is really about.
This is always been the tricky one for me. The best classification I can come up relationship moniker I can come up with for Doc and Lightning: old-timer/new-comer. How does this grow throughout the movie? Well... The two start out as adversaries, really, then develop into this mentor/mentee relationship, eventually. The relationship is growing into something positive.
So, after all of that, I think I agree with the Concerns, too:
- OS: Obtaining (getting customers to the town, vying for positions/sponsorships)
- MC: The Future (setting up your future)
- IC: The Subconscious (having a full life)
- RS: Becoming (becoming friends)
That said, I still don't think I agree with a Story Goal of "Winning the Piston Cup". It seems way too specific to Lightning and Chick Hicks (that obnoxious green car). Then again, I've also had trouble understanding the Eight Static Story Points.