Netflix Drops The Trailer for New Docuseries, ‘Bubba Wallace’

Get insights into the life of NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace from Netflix’s upcoming documentary series Bubba Wallace set to debut on February 22 2022.

The streaming company announced the docuseries’ production in April last year. The show features Wallace’s first year racing career with 23XI Racing, consisting of his victory at Talladega Superspeedway. He became the second black driver after the late Wendell Scott to win a Cup race in NASCAR history.

Wallace posted on Twitter last night, expressing his sentiments over the show’s soon premiere. It quotes, “It’s almost here. I put a lot on the line with this @netflix project. Like I’ve said from day one, what you see is what you get. I wear my heart on my sleeve, and couldn’t be any happier with how #RACEBubbaWallace turned out.”

Wallace is the first driver to sign with the 23XI Racing team, founded by the basketball icon Michael Jordan to help support black NASCAR drivers.

Apart from his career successes, the docuseries showcases Wallace’s newfound reputation for voicing concern over racial discrimination in sport and initiating the ban of the Confederate flag from racing events.

Wallace also reveals how he addresses his mental health issues. His family and colleagues from the racing community supported him tremendously while dealing with competition stress and public criticism at the track and on social media from his racial injustice stand. You’ll get a glimpse of the NASCAR driver’s life on and off the track.

Get a peek of Wallace’s compelling story from the video below:

The documentary series contains six episodes, each running for about 45 minutes.

Written by Sarah Moore

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