The five-episode docuseries NASCAR: Full Speed is available now for streaming on Netflix, as it dropped on Tuesday, Jan. 30, and just in time for millions of NASCAR hungry fans who are awaiting the new season.

The series covers the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs and focuses in on the main challengers for the championship, including Bristol Motor Speedway’s Bass Pro Shops Night Race winner Denny Hamlin, who is in hot pursuit of a season crown which has eluded him to this point in his career.

Hamlin was featured prominently in the first two episodes as his team worked through several challenges in the first two post-season races before dramatically turning the tide during the Round of 16 elimination race at Thunder Valley.

The legendary all-concrete high-banks at Bristol Motor Speedway also played a pivotal role in the season outcomes for both Bubba Wallace and Joey Logano. 

In addition to that trio of drivers, the show also focuses on William Byron, Ryan Blaney, Kyle Larson, Ross Chastain, Tyler Reddick and Christopher Bell, taking a behind the scenes look at their lives and weeklong routines between races as they battle for championship glory.

Several media members were also featured prominently in the show to provide their analysis and commentary, including NBC’s Dale Earnhardt Jr., ESPN’s Marty Smith and FOX’s Shannon Spake.

For diehard fans it will be hard not to binge the whole season in one sitting. In fact, many, including Earnhardt Jr., were already pressing Netflix for a Season 2.

NASCAR has created a Netflix 101 to help new fans keep up with the action in NASCAR: Full Speed. Click this link to find out all about NASCAR: Full Speed.

After enjoying the show on Netflix, we invite both longtime and new fans to come out to The World’s Fastest Half-Mile and check out the sport live and in stereo in mid-March, when the NASCAR Cup Series returns to Northeast Tennessee for the Food City 500 on concrete on Sunday afternoon, March 17. The WEATHER GUARD Truck Race in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series will kick off the action on Saturday night, March 16, under the lights at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $50 for the Food City 500 and start at $35 for the WEATHER GUARD Truck Race and can be obtained by calling (866) 415-4158, or purchased online at Kids tickets are free on Saturday and only $10 on Sunday, all with paying adults. For a limited time, tickets can also be purchased at your neighborhood Food City store.