MotoGP unveils its documentary series called MotoGP Unlimited, to discover behind the scenes of the sport. Here is a first trailer.
After Drive To Survive, place to MotoGP Unlimited ! The success of the Netflix series has pushed the MotoGP has produced his own series on the backstage of his sport in collaboration with Amazon Prime Video. The documentary series sees its first trailer be unveiled, for a date of out on March 14. Produced by Mediapro studios in collaboration with Dorna Sports -holder of the commercial and television rights to MotoGP-, the series will take us behind the scenes of the 2021 MotoGP season, through 8 episodes of 50 minutes.
The best @MotoGP riders in the world like you’ve never seen them before.
— Amazon Prime Video Sport (@primevideosport) February 16, 2022
Several teams and drivers have been followed in their intimacy, to find out what is happening behind the scenes. In particular, we can observe in the trailer, training sessions with Fabio Quartararo, moments in the life of Pecco Bagnaia alongside his family, Valentino Rossi during his last race or even Marc Márquez in an open-hearted interview. The aim of the series is to introduce the general public to the extraordinary daily life of these exceptional pilots, the challenges or dilemmas they face and the sacrifices it takes to compete at the highest level. In short, we find the same codes as the trendy Netflix series “Drive To Survive”, which filled the hearts of fans.
A preview is planned this evening in Paris, in the presence of Fabio Quartararo, Peak Bagnaia and Alex Rinsto present the first two episodes of the series.
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