Top 7 best racing dramas of all time (Part 2)

Days of Thunder (1990)

Days of Thunder (1990) is not only the first work of Nicole Kidman in Hollywood but also an opportunity for the actress and Tom Cruise to meet, fall in love and get married.

This racing film is about Cole Trickle (Tom Cruise), a talented racer trying to succeed at the NASCAR (American Commercial Racing Association).

In addition to being filmed at famous racetracks, the film still has the participation of many real racers, so even though it doesn’t break the box office record, Days of Thunder is also worth watching.

Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006)

Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby is in the list of 7 best-selling dramas of summer 2006.

This action comedy is both thrilling and relieved for all viewers. Ricky Bobby (Will Ferrell), a famous racer in the world but lost unbeaten position after a terrible accident, is considered the culmination of the career of comedian Will Ferrell.

This racing film was filmed at the Talladega Super Speedway on a tribute to many beautiful racing scenes.

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

Fans have been waiting for a new Mad Max episode from George Miller all along and it will not be until after three decades that they are satisfied.

The main character Max Rockatansky is no longer played by Mel Gibson but transferred to actor Tom Hardy. The racing storyline combines the craziest action of 2015 with many creative chases full of violent punches and kicks in the desert in a panoramic post-apocalyptic world.

As a large budget post-apocalyptic drama series that is highly appreciated and appreciated by experts, “Mad Max: Fury Road” is a sequence with sequential dramatic details.

In addition to the eye-catching action scenes, the racing scenes in the movie also make viewers feel uneasy.