Logline: A disabled racecar driver desperate for work experiences his greatest fears after traveling to the abandoned race track that took his father’s life.

Genre: Supernatural horror, Drama


This Film Treatment is a working document. Next iteration scheduled to go live on: TBA

Upcoming Features: Story Spine Expansion, Audiobook Experience, Illustrations & more!

Character Profiles

about the film

There had always been a small number of black auto racers in the twentieth century. Most of them drove mostly for themselves. In 1972, Leonard W. Miller, from Trenton, New Jersey, assembled a group of educated and skilled enthusiasts into an organized team named the Black American Racers. Their passion for fast cars propelled their progression from hot rods to race cars on road courses. The unlikely team shatters one myth of the era: blacks are unqualified for this gladiator bloodsport.

Away from the deadly racetracks, Miller is able to keep the team together for multiple seasons. The film shows how he battled with reluctant promoters and sponsors who were far from convinced there was a place for the team on the track. Against the odds, they soar to the pinnacle of motor racing at a blistering 190 miles per hour. With the tumultuous 70s as a backdrop, the film shows the Black American Racers and their allies trailblazing a unique path in the sport of auto racing.

Bonnie Riley

Mercy's Producer

Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate inventore veritatis et quasi.

Production Stills & Key Art

Team/ The Creators


- The Colors of Love


- Living Dreams


- The Colors of Love


- Living Dreams

Technical Info:

  • Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet
  • consectetur adipiscing elit
  • Ut elit tellus, luctus nec
  • ullamcorper mattis
  • pulvinar dapibus leo.



New York, New York Stadium


Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl


Chicago, House of Blues


Huston, Warehouse Live