How to watch MotoGP Unlimited in the UK and beyond

MotoGP Unlimited is the new Amazon Prime Video docuseries in the style of the F1 Drive to Survive series – here is how to watch MotoGP Unlimited in the UK


MOTOGP Unlimited is the long-awaited docuseries that charts the highs and lows of the 2021 MotoGP season. And it was a season not to be missed, with Fabio Quartararo eventually being crowned, and legend Valentino Rossi bowing out after an incredible career – here’s how to watch MotoGP Unlimited in the UK.

The series will be shown on Amazon Prime Video and will take the shape of eight 50-minute episodes shown on the online streaming service. The series has been created by Mediapro Studio in collaboration with MotoGP commercial rights holder, Dorna Sports.

Like the Netflix docuseries that charts the Formula One world championship, MotoGP Unlimited follows the riders and teams both on and off-track. That means you’ll see exclusive behind-the-scenes action, of the riders preparing for a race weekend, and obviously all the on-track action too.

The show has already had its first screening, with teams, riders, and the wider MotoGP family getting their first glimpse of the show last night at a star-studded event in Madrid. Tonight another premiere will take place in Paris, with more of the MotoGP circus getting a preview of the next two episodes.

MotoGP Unlimited official trailer

How to watch MotoGP Unlimited in the UK and beyond

The new show will first go public on March the 14th, with more than 170 global territories included in the exclusive Amazon Prime launch. Countries included are France, Italy, Spain, the UK, and the US. Anyone with an Amazon Prime account can watch. If you don’t have Amazon Prime Video, there are two ways to tune in. Either sign up for a full Amazon Prime account (around £79 per year), or sign up for an Amazon Prime Video account for roughly £5 per month.