Amazon MotoGP Unlimited docu-series confirmed for March 14th launch

Just a day before MotoGP Unlimited premiers in Madrid and Paris, an Amazon employee has confirmed the shows arrival date

Fabio Quartararo. - Yamaha Factory Racing

THE long-awaited Drive to Survive-style documentary series focussing on the 2021 MotoGP world championship has been confirmed for a March 2022 release.

The news comes just days before the stars of the show get a red carpet preview of the new project. Tomorrow, February 16th will see the first two episodes shown in Madrid, at the Cine Capitol with Marc Marquez, Joan Mir, Maverick Viñales, Jack Miller, and 2021 Rookie of the Year Jorge Martin all in attendance. The next day, two further episodes of the new series will be shown, at the Elysees Biarritz at 8pm local time. That showing will be attended by Fabio Quartararo, 2021 runner-up Francesco Bagnaia, Alex Rins, and members of the MotoGP paddock.

Confirming the launch date for the rest of us mere mortals is a fairly innocuous Tweet that has come directly from Amazon and not the official MotoGP account.

It stems from a fan raising the question of when the new show will air, noting a rumour that has stated it’ll land in March. In reply, the Amazon customer services account states:

‘Hello, MotoGP Unlimited is an Amazon Exclusive docu-series dedicated to the MotoGP World Championship, which, however, retraces the 2021 season that has just ended. We confirm that it will be released on March 14th. Soon! -Nina’

Taking its inspiration from the wildly successful F1-based documentary Drive to Survive, the new series is eight instalments long and follows the MotoGP riders and teams both on and off the track. It is filmed by The Mediapro Studio and centres around the 2021 season in which Fabio Quartararo took a stunning maiden championship crown.

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