MotoGP 2021 TV series officially announced: it will be released in 2022 and can be seen on Amazon Prime Video. The docuseries will reveal the behind the scenes of the premier class of the World Championship during the last season as a rider of Valentino Rossi and the background of the world championship battle between Quartararo and Bagnaia.
Also there MotoGP will have his TV series. Based on the success of ‘Drive to Survive’, the Netflix docuseries that tells the background of the Formula 1 paddock, even two-wheel enthusiasts can see behind the scenes of the premier class of the World Championship. And for the debut, not just any season was chosen, but one that will remain in the history of motorcycling and sport in general, namely Valentino Rossi’s last season in MotoGP.
The series in fact has already been produced and refers to the 2021 MotoGP world championship, the one just finished won by Fabio Quartararo and marked by the farewell of the legendary driver from Tavullia. The awaited docuseries, divided into eight episodes of 50 minutes each, that can be seen on the Amazon Prime Video streaming platform will be presented premiered in 2022 in France, Italy and Spain and in more than 150 countries, including the United Kingdom and the United States.
As officially announced by Amazon, the series promises to take viewers behind the scenes of the fastest motorcycle championship in the world, showing MotoGP like never before. From training sessions to team meetings and much more. Protagonists of this highly anticipated first season will be the pilots Valentino Rossi, Marc Marquez, Fabio Quartararo, Pecco Bagnaia, Joan Mir e Jack Miller, as well as team managers and other key figures in the paddock of the premier class of the World Championship.
The purpose of this series is to attract new audiences (especially among the youngest) for MotoGP and therefore increase global interest in this sport. Retracing what Formula 1 has done with ‘Drive to Survive’ which has significantly expanded the pool of fans of the Circus, especially in those countries where it had not previously had a large following and in this sense the 400,000 spectators who crowded the stands of the Austin circuit in the US GP weekend courses are the clearest example of how much good a TV series can have done in F1. What that mandrel he hopes it will also happen for the top-class of the World Championship that from next year will have to deal with the loss of a catalyst of attention such as Valentino Rossi.
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