Netflix releases the official trailer for ‘NASCAR: Full Speed’

Netflix releases the official trailer for 'NASCAR: Full Speed'

NASCAR: Full Speed’ is the stock car racing equivalent of Formula 1’s Drive to Survive and its trailer has been released ahead of its premiere on Netflix late this month.

The official trailer for the upcoming Netflix docu-series dubbed ‘NASCAR: Full Speed’ has been released as the show is set to premiere on January 30, signaling the impending arrival of the greatly awaited NASCAR on the streaming platform.

NASCAR continues to be the most watched motor racing series in the United States of America, even with Formula 1’s explosive surge in popularity.

The last ten races of 2023 Cup Series playoff season will be the subject of the five-episode docuseries. Fans will witness previously unseen facets of several prominent Cup drivers’ lives as the show centers on their lives both on and off the track.

The ‘NASCAR: Full Speed’ series was announced last summer and was directed by executive producer Dale Earnhardt Jr. It covers an account of nine drivers in 45-minute episodes as they journey through the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series playoffs in an attempt to win the Driver’s Championship.

The full cast of drivers includes Ryan Blaney, William Byron, Ross Chastain, Denny Hamlin, Bubba Wallace, Kyle Larson, Christopher Bell, Joey Logano and Tyler Reddick.

Netflix released a trailer ahead of its highly anticipated premiere, a move that has been well received by ardent fans. Exciting on-track action, drama, and humorous anecdotes from the driver’s life are some of the scenes showcased in the trailer.

Senior Vice President of NASCAR Tim Clark said that the show gives fans an immersive experience by fully capturing the thrilling on-track action.

“People are going to see it up close, and see the beating and the banging and the aggressiveness of the drivers,” Clark said. “But also the skill of the drivers — and what they’re able to do with a race car (driving at) 200 miles an hour, around 38 other race cars, hitting the same spot for 400 miles.”

NASCAR marks its first appearance on Netflix following the release of a brief documentary titled ‘RACE: Bubba Wallace,’ which documented Darrell “Bubba” Wallace’s 2020 and 2021 seasons as the only Black man in the sport.

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