Amazon delves into the world of Nascar in the first-ever sports-focused documentary. Subject: Nascar star Kyle Busch.
violent, The name of the film is consistent with Bush’s nickname and energy drink brand.Available on Amazon
This documentary is free to stream from Fire TV, the Freevee app on Fire tablets, and the Amazon Prime Video app. His two-time Nascar Cup winner in his series has his 60th win in the sport’s premier division. For 2023, he will move to Richard Childress Racing and try to win the team’s first championship since Dale Earnhardt Sr.
Bush, 37, is an ideal subject for a documentary given his unique position on the Nascar radar as perhaps the most famous driver outside of Nascar territory. Non-Nascar fans can recognize him thanks to his dominance on the track, his M&M cars over the past decade and a half, and the controversy on the track.
Bush’s wife, Samantha Bush, has also become a national figure in recent years for publicly sharing her struggles with infertility.
The Amazon Freevee film features interviews with Busch, Dale Earnhardt Jr., and Jeff Gordon. violent is produced by Wright Productions and Entertainment, Venture 10 Studio Group, and Nascar Studios. Derek Daugherty, Garrett Graham, Hans Schiff, John Stevens and Chance Wright are executive producers, with Nascar’s Tim Clark, Tally Hair and Matt Summers joining. Directed by Richard Valenzuela and J.J. Terry.
It’s unclear how this will affect Nascar’s next broadcast package. Current television deals with NBC and Fox expire at the end of the 2024 season.
In 2017, Amazon launched live sports streaming with its NFL deal, Thursday Night Football. MLB, MLS, ONE Championship and WNBA also have their own deals with Amazon Prime to stream their live events.