We’re less than a month away from NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace’s highly-anticipated RACE: Bubba Wallace Netflix docuseries, and we finally have a trailer to go along with it.
The show is slated to drop February 22nd, only two days after the Daytona 500.
It’ll be broken up into 45-minute episodes, as it follows him throughout his first year racing with 23XI Racing, his tumultuous 2020 season, and his first career Cup Series win at Talladega.
The trailer gives us a little glimpse of what we can expect from the show, as he talks about the stress that comes with racing, along with being the leading voice for social justice in NASCAR, as he’s the only African American driver to race at the highest level.
According to NBC Sports,Wallace delivered the following statement with Netflix:
“This is unlike any project I’ve ever participated in; it’s a raw, emotional and completely transparent account of the events that took place throughout the 2020 and 2021 NASCAR seasons.
With me, what you see is what you get. You’ll witness the peaks and valleys of the sport and see how one’s actions off of the race track are just as important as the ones on it.
One of the most compelling pieces of the series is the additional insight the viewers will gain by hearing from my peers, family and some of my partners that played a role in this monumental journey.
Join me as we break down barriers, confront controversy, and welcome a new fan base to the sport of NASCAR.”