NASCAR’s racing sequence, “Full Pace,” hits Netflix January 30

NASCAR's racing series, "Full Speed," hits Netflix January 30

“NASCAR: Full Pace,” is a brand new streaming sequence headed to Netflix, and it is aiming to draw the identical sort of consideration that was captured by Components 1’s “Drive to Survive” that debuted 4 years in the past. The present will premiere on January 30, the Tuesday earlier than the playoff sequence resumes contained in the Los Angeles Coliseum. A one-minute

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The five-part sequence, overseen by govt producer Dale Earnhardt Jr., was introduced final summer season. In 45-minute chunks, it chronicles the adventures of 9 drivers via the 2023 NASCAR Cup Sequence playoffs of their chase to win the Driver’s Championship.

The total forged of drivers contains Ryan Blaney, William Byron, Ross Chastain, Denny Hamlin, Bubba Wallace, Kyle Larson, Christopher Bell, Joey Logano and Tyler Reddick. Netflix says the episodes are already accomplished.

“Drive to Survive” has been criticized for being an excessive amount of Hollywood and never sufficient nuts and bolts about racing. Nonetheless, it has been an enormous success amongst F1 followers, and has even attracted an viewers new to F1. That sequence was lately renewed for a sixth season.

The brand new manufacturing will not be the primary time NASCAR has appeared on Netflix, following the discharge of a restricted sequence referred to as “RACE: Bubba Wallace,” which documented Darrell ‘Bubba’ Wallace’s 2020 and 2021 seasons as the one Black man within the sport.



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