'Winning' Documentary Tells the Tale of Paul Newman The Racer
Directed and written by Adam Carolla and Nate Adams, Winning: The Racing Life of Paul Newman officially releases May 22. But, in true movie star fashion, a special charity screening is showing in Los Angeles today, just days after the first trailer was released to the public. The film focuses not on Newman the actor but Newman the driver. He was involved in racing for about 35 years and was extremely successful. He won four SCCA National Championships and helped build an IndyCar team that won eight championships. RELATED: Five Celebrity Racers from the Past 60 Years
The title is a throwback to the 1969 movie Winning that Paul Newman starred in and first got him more interested in driving. After that, he was completely hooked.
For $250, you can attend both the Hollywood premier screening and the fancy after-party. Or, if you just want to see the movie and don't car about other festivities, you can just see the movie for $75. And before you get worked up about the price, all proceeds to go to Racing For Cancer and Indy Family Foundation.
Watch the trailer and leave with this: "Winning isn't everything, it's just all there is."
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