The film is being made by NASCAR Studios and will debut exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.
The knob The possibility that by 2025, Amazon and NASCAR will have agreed upon a unique streaming plan has made Amazon an enticing prospect. Adam Stern and the Sports Business Journal were the ones who originally published that back in May.
According to Prime Video’s head of original sports content, “We’re happy to partner with our pals at NASCAR Studios to bring this fish story of development and decision to our Prime Video clients,” Matt Newman. We believe viewers will find equal parts funny and inspirational in the effort that goes into preparing for a moment like the 24 Hours of Le Mans, which is among the most exciting and challenging contests in sports.
The ACO sets aside the 56th spot on the Le Mans starting grid for innovative machinery, and the combination of the most popular form of motorsport in the United States with the pinnacle of automobile endurance racing has generated considerable interest.
The Next Gen Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is a collaborative effort between NASCAR, Hendrick Motorsports, Chevrolet, IMSA, and Goodyear, and is a modified version of the cars and trucks now competing in the Cup Series. This is the first time a NASCAR stock car has competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans since 1976.
This weekend marks the 100th running of the world-famous Le Mans 24 Hours endurance event, and three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson, seven-time Cup Series champion Jenson Button, and two-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Mike Rockenfeller are all behind the wheel of this vehicle.
According to NASCAR’s executive director of home entertainment marketing and material development, “bringing the Next Gen cars and truck to a renowned worldwide stage like Le Mans during NASCAR’s 75th anniversary season is a huge moment for our sport.” “We’ve had cams rolling behind the scenes throughout the whole journey, and we can’t wait for fans all over the world to come along for the trip thanks to this incredible collaboration with Prime Video.”