Go Fast, Turn Left
Portrait of a Southern Racing Community

Go Fast, Turn Left - Portrait of a Southern Racing Community
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Kenny

I made GO FAST, TURN LEFT to open a window to the world of stock car racing and to the traditions and history that bind drivers and families together at a small Southern race track. I came to this sport and this film project as an outsider and wanted to challenge stereotypes that I carried ...Read more

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