The world of auto racing isn’t for everyone, but for those who love it there’s nothing better in the world. For one little stock car race track on Long Island, it’s not easy to stay afloat in the modern economic climate. The story of this one little race track owned by an 87 year-old and the struggle to stay afloat is the subject of the new documentary The Last Race from director Michael Dweck. We here at FanboyNation are happy to debut an exclusive clip from The Last Race, featuring two veteran racers discussing cars that have caught their eye at the track.
Magnolia Pictures will be releasing The Last Race in select theaters and various video-on-demand platforms on November 16, 2018. Check out this exclusive clip and the trailer is embedded below.
The official synopsis for The Last Race:
THE LAST RACE is a cinematic portrait of a Long Island stock car race track as its 87 year-old owners struggle to maintain an American racing tradition in the face of a real estate development boom. The film merges image and sound in a unique narrative form to bring the audience into the world of grassroots racing culture and explores a story that subtly grapples with questions of blue collar American identity that have taken on a profound relevance in the current political era.