Bubba Wallace is coming to Netflix.
The streaming platform launched Thursday that it’s working on a documentary series about Wallace and his first season with 23XI Racing, the emblem-recent NASCAR Cup Series team co-owned by Michael Jordan and fellow driver Denny Hamlin.
Netflix didn’t offer too many miniature print about the recent series, and the title and when it’s expected to be released weren’t included.
However, it did display screen: “The series will take viewers unhurried the scenes of the 2021 NASCAR season throughout the eyes of the only Dim driver on the prime stage of the game, and can stumble on Wallace, 23XI Racing, and NASCAR’s efforts to recommend for inclusion and equality in racing and beyond.”
You know me…I esteem to withhold things accurate and raw. Pumped to own @netflix acquire these moments to portion with you guys. 🤘🏾
— Bubba Wallace (@BubbaWallace) April 22, 2021
— 23XI Racing (@23XIRacing) April 22, 2021
Netflix has had some success with racing content over time, particularly with its fashionable docuseries System 1: Power to Live on, which correct form debuted its third season final month prior to the originate of the F1 season. Whereas the project on Wallace will clearly own a clear subject and attitude, followers can only hope the recent, unhurried-the-scenes series will likely be as piquant and well-crafted as Power to Live on.
Erik Parker — who directed the 2017 TV documentary L.A. Burning: The Riots 25 Years Later — is the manager producer and director of Netflix’s most modern racing series.