Prime Video's new docuseries looks like must-see viewing for Drive to Survive fans
It premieres very soon on the service.
Amazon Prime Video has unveiled a trailer and release date for its new sports documentary series MotoGP Unlimited.
Sure to be a must-watch for fans Netflix's F1: Drive to Survive - which returns for its fourth season on 11 March - MotoGP Unlimited is another show about racing, but offers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the 2021 MotoGP World Championship.
Prime Video says the series will follow a number of motorcycle racing's premier-class stars, including riders and managers from the world's top teams.
"Through exclusive footage of their day-to-day lives, MotoGP Unlimited will feature the inspiring stories of young riders with promising futures and veterans leading their teams," the show's plot synopsis reads.
"For the first time, viewers will get an intimate, unique, and exclusive look at the challenges faced by riders and teams during the season, both on and off the track, and understand what it takes to not only be a part of one of the most prestigious competitions in the two-wheeled world."
Consisting of eight 50-minute episodes, MotoGP Unlimited will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on 14 March.
You can watch a trailer for the documentary series below.
Clip via Amazon Prime Video Sport