- Format set to reflect Components One’s ‘Drive to Survive’ Netflix collection
- MotoGP’s final documentary venture was ‘Hitting the Apex’ in 2015
Dorna, the proprietor of MotoGP, and Amazon are set to launch a brand new behind-the-scenes documentary based mostly across the international motorcycling collection for the Prime Video streaming platform, in keeping with Motorsport.com.
Trying to mirror Components One’s success with Netflix and the ‘Drive to Survive’ collection, Spanish media firm Mediapro is reportedly producing the collection with a content material group already in Qatar filming through the opening two rounds of the 2021 season.
In response to Motorsport.com, the format for the untitled Amazon collection will probably be much like that of Drive to Survive, with episodes revolving round completely different characters within the paddock.
No launch date or different particulars on the collection have been reported at this stage, however the brand new venture would mark MotoGP’s first main documentary since 2015’s Mark Neale-directed Hitting the Apex, which was produced by Brad Pitt.
In response to Digital-I knowledge revealed by Forbes final 12 months, collection one among Drive to Survive was watched by greater than 5.1 million viewers within the UK in 2019. Components One’s director of selling and communications, Ellie Norman, lately informed the BlackBook that it has boosted the collection’ profile within the US.
She stated: “The final time I used to be on the Austin Grand Prix in 2019, simply listening to the quantity of individuals in and round Austin who had travelled there particularly for the Grand Prix as a result of that they had seen Drive to Survive.”
MotoGP, which has misplaced viewers attain within the UK after placing its reside races on pay-TV community BT Sport, will probably be hoping for the same degree of impression.