Crackle Plus has announced the premiere of the new original docuseries Road to Race Day, now available on Crackle. This eight-episode series is a producer’s cut of the original by the same name and takes a deep look into the 2017 season of the most celebrated NASCAR team of all time, Hendrick Motorsports.
“We are very excited to bring Road to Race Day to our Crackle audience,” said Philippe Guelton, president of Crackle Plus. “Our fans are craving sports content and the July Fourth weekend is the traditional high-water mark of the NASCAR racing season and this series will have viewers on the edge of their seats.”
The docuseries is executive produced by Peter Berg’s (Friday Night Lights) Emmy Award-winning company, Film 45 (QB1: Beyond the Lights, All or Nothing: Manchester City) and director Cynthia Hill’s Emmy Award-winning company, Markay Media (A Chef’s Life, Somewhere South) for Complex Networks.
“With Road to Race Day, Cynthia and her team created something truly special,” said Patrick Perkins, vice president of marketing for Hendrick Motorsports. “There’s never been another docu-series about our sport that’s anything like it, before or since. We’re excited that more people will have the opportunity to see Road to Race Day, and we’re grateful to Crackle, Complex, Markay Media and Film 45 for believing in the project.”
You can find Road to Race Day and similar content in the Automobiles, Planes, and Trains channel on Crackle. Crackle is available in the U.S. and can be accessed on 25 devices and services including Amazon FireTV, RokuTV, Apple TV, Smart TVs (Samsung, LG, Vizio), gaming consoles (PS4 and XBoxOne), on Plex, on iOS and Android mobile devices and on desktops at Crackle.com.
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