DIRT: THE LAST GREAT AMERICAN SPORT
The new series follows NASCAR Cup Series champion driver Kyle Larson as he unloads at the dirt tracks then returns to his day job. Larson is an avid dirt racer, winning in just about everything.
“FOX Sports Films is excited to partner with FloSports Studios to give racing fans a front-row seat to one of the most riveting and extreme American sports with this new series,” said Barry Nugent, Vice President, Programming, FOX Sports.
Nugent added, “DIRT: THE LAST GREAT AMERICAN SPORT will showcase an all-access look at some of the best drivers in the sport as they tear up the dirt in one of the oldest and purest forms of racing.”
Known events highlighted in the series include the Chili Bowl, King’s Royal and BC39.
“FloSports is thrilled to unveil the untold saga of American dirt track racing, captivating racing fans with an immersive and cinematic journey. Viewers will be thrown into the heart-pounding, adrenaline-fueled world of dirt track racing, experiencing the exhilarating highs and crushing lows through the eyes of the fearless drivers themselves,” said Ray Machuca, EVP of Films and Entertainment, FloSports.
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About the Show
Ray Machuca, Mark Floreani and Jayar Donlan as well as FOX Sports’ Eric Shanks, Mark Silverman, Charlie Dixon and Barry Nugent.
Paul Gandersman, Jeremy Hayes, Cliff Bogart, Ariana Rotstein, Carl Hansen and Michael Vayder.
Tuesday, May 16, at 7:00 PM ET on FS1
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