Netflix has shared a first look at the documentary series NASCAR: Full Speed, which will be coming to the streaming service on January 30, 2024. You can view the trailer and art by scrolling down.
From Words + Pictures and NASCAR Studios, the miniseries consists of five 45-minute episodes.
Netflix‘s newest sports series tracks the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs and championship race, following drivers as they battle around the racetrack with one of the most storied titles in motorsports at stake.
The series will feature exclusive, extensive access to a range of drivers and teams, headlined by Ryan Blaney, William Byron, Ross Chastain, Denny Hamlin, Bubba Wallace, Kyle Larson, Christopher Bell, Joey Logano, and Tyler Reddick.
NASCAR: Full Speed brings fans behind the scenes — on and off the track — while exploring the physical, mental, and emotional challenges of competing for a championship at the world’s highest level of stock car racing.
The executive producers are Connor Schell, Aaron Cohen, Ben Kennedy, Tim Clark, Matt Summers, Tally Hair, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. The series was produced and edited by Jackie Decker and Tim Mullen.
NASCAR Studios‘ in-house production group provides world-class content for industry stakeholders, including drivers, teams, official partners, sponsors, and tracks.
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