NASCAR Productions Presents Three Original Documentaries On FOX Sports 1

Heading into one of NASCAR’s crown jewel races – the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway – FOX Sports 1 will air three documentaries detailing the drama and emotion that define a NASCAR race and season, all produced by NASCAR Productions.

100,000 CAMERAS: THE NASCAR SPRINT ALL-STAR RACE is a groundbreaking, 30-minute documentary that will feature fan- and driver-generated content to tell the story of the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race from the fan’s perspective. Fans and those within the NASCAR industry were encouraged to upload video and images of their NASCAR Sprint All-Star race experience to social media using the hashtags #100KCams and #SprintAllStar for a chance to be included in the show. Tune in tonight to see if your video made the cut.

Visit www.foxsports.com/100kcams for more details about the show.

EMPTY CUP:  QUEST FOR THE 1992 NASCAR CHAMPIONSHIP is a 30-minute special that reflects on the highs and lows of Davey Allison’s 1992 season. It includes the final moments when the Roberts Yates Racing team lost the championship bid.

THE 600: HISTORY OF NASCAR’S TOUGHEST RACE is a 60-minute documentary that looks back at the people and events that define the Coca-Cola 600. NASCAR legends Richard Petty, Darrell Waltrip and Jeff Gordon reflect on the event's unorthodox history and the thrill of winning NASCAR’s longest race.