Channing Tatum, Riley Keough and Adam Driver star as siblings in "Logan Lucky," a film that shows the family's attempt to pull off a major robbery during the Coca-Cola 600 Race in North Carolina. In honor of the high-speed flick's release on Aug. 18, 2017, Wonderwall.com is rounding up our favorite pop culture drivers! Keep reading to check them out…
RELATED: Our favorite fictional presidents
First up is Will Ferrell in "Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby." Will plays NASCAR driver Ricky Bobby in the 2006 comedy, which chronicles the ridiculous character's exploits and rivalries.
RELATED: "Baywatch" cast: Where are they now?
In 1989's emotional drama "Driving Miss Daisy," Morgan Freeman plays Hoke Colburn, the man hired to drive Jessica Tandy's character, retired Jewish schoolteacher Daisy Werthan. Over many decades, the pair become unlikely friends.
The most iconic low-speed chase in history occurred back in 1997 when O.J. Simpson fled police following the murders of his ex-wife wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. The driver of the getaway white Bronco? Former football star Al Cowlings, who was charged with a felony that was later dropped by Los Angeles District Attorney Gil Garceti.
In 2005's "Herbie: Fully Loaded," Lindsay Lohan tried her luck at race-car driving. As the youngest member of an automobile-racing family, her character Maggie saves her car Herbie from being demolished and goes on to win the big race behind the wheel of her trusty old car.
Robert De Niro played ex-special operative-turned mercenary Sam in 1998's "Ronin." The film is known for its scenes filled with realistic-looking car chases that take place in cities like Nice and Paris, where Robert's character Sam navigates the roads like a pro.
The first installment of "The Fast and the Furious" hit theaters in 2001 and introduced fans to some of the most famous fast-driving characters in film history. Stars like Vin Diesel, the late Paul Walker and Tyrese Gibson continued to star in the franchise about a group of friends who honed their driving skills in illegal street races.
As one of the most famous women in the racing world, Danica Patrick ranks high on our list of favorite drivers. Danica is the most successful woman in the history of American racing and became the first female NASCAR driver to win a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2013. Outside of the racing world, Danica has also served as a host for shows on Spike TV and made appearances in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
In 2007's "Transformers", Megan Fox has an iconic moment with a car that doesn't exactly involve driving, but does show off her knowledge of what happens under the hood. Her character Mikaela Banes teaches Shia LaBeouf's character Sam Witwicky a lesson or two about his old ride, the Chevrolet Camaro that ends up playing a pretty big role in the film franchise — Autobot scout Bumblebee.
Ryan O'Neal starred in the 1978 film "The Driver" where he played — you guessed it — a driver who stole cars to use in getaways after big robberies in Los Angeles. The flick showed off Bryan's nameless character's impressive driving skills, and is remembered for its impressive car chases.
The 2013 film "Rush" featured Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Brühl playing Formula 1 drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda, respectively. The film chronicles the two real-life drivers' lives during the 1976 Formula One motor-racing season as well as their fierce rivalry.
Jay Leno is known for being a car aficionado who collects some of the rarest rides on the planet — and each one is licensed and legal to drive! His collection is estimated to include more than 150 cars and motorcycles.
Aaron Paul drives in 2014's "Need For Speed," a movie based on the famous video games of the same name. As Tobey Marshall, the street racer setting off on a cross-country chase to avenge his friend's death, Aaron shows some serious skills as a high-speed driver.
In 2011's sexy, award-winning indie "Drive," Ryan Gosling plays a hot, nameless Hollywood stuntman who moonlights as a getaway driver — and whose soft spot for a soon-to-be single mom makes him a target for the mob.
Nicholas Hoult tried his hand at playing a driver while starring in the 2016 flick "Collide." The film was about an American who becomes a driver for drug smugglers and ends up on the run across Munich's high-speed Autobahn.
Jamie Foxx and Ansel Elgort starred in the summer 2017 action comedy hit "Baby Driver," a wild ride set in Atlanta.