The success of Formula 1: Drive To Survive had MotoGP fans waiting for their own high-octane documentary series and their prayers have now been answered by the head honchos at Dorna Sports. The organising body behind the FIM MotoGP World Championship has announced a new docuseries on the sport in an exclusive partnership with Amazon. The series will be produced by The Mediapro Studio, in collaboration with Dorna, and the Prime Video series is scheduled to premiere in 2022.
The MotoGP docuseries will be divided into eight parts of 50 minutes each and will include some of the biggest names in MotoGP including Valentino Rossi, Marc Marquez, Fabio Quartararo Francesco Bagnaia, Joan Mir, Jack Miller, as well as their respective team managers and other key figures. The docuseries will premiere on Prime Video in over 150 countries and territories next year.
The docuseries will stream in over 150 countries worldwide on its release
The MotoGP documentary series should give users some new insight into what happens in the making of the world championship. Dorna promises to give a glimpse of everything from training sessions to team meetings and everything in between, both sporting and personal of the teams and riders.
The announcement surely has us all excited, especially with the unpredictability of MotoGP races. The behind-the-scenes action should be equally exciting. The docuseries is likely to cover the 2021 MotoGP season and we do expect to learn more about what happened in the paddocks of title rivals Yamaha and Ducati, as well as more insight on Valentino Rossi’s departure from the sport. There’s, of course, the Maverick Vinales ouster from Yamaha and switch to Aprilia to watch out for as well.
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