The trailer for Marc Marquez All In, launched on Thursday, exhibits the Honda rider recovering from his newest surgical procedure earlier this 12 months as he continued to undergo the results of his horrific 2020 crash at Jerez.
The movie paperwork his triumphant return, finally scoring his 100th podium on the Australian Grand Prix.
It will likely be obtainable in over 200 nations and territories from February.
Saying the movie, Marquez wrote: “It has been a troublesome journey with just one objective, to get again on the highest degree. Is it definitely worth the arduous work? It’s for me. ALL IN.”
The five-episode collection is produced by Quick Brothers in collaboration with Pink Bull Media Home, TBS and Dorna.
A press launch confirming the discharge mentioned: “The collection illustrates in a frontal approach, and with distinctive entry till now, probably the most private facet of Marc: the dangers of present process surgical procedure and that the arm doesn’t get better, the struggling of not with the ability to be who he was on a bike, the assist of his household and buddies… however above all his potential to beat adversity and the thrill of feeling like a rider once more and stepping on a podium.
“He additionally critiques a number of the key moments of his profession, those which have made Marc Marquez the most effective riders in historical past.”
The Spaniard badly broke his proper arm on the Spanish Grand Prix in 2020, which in the end dominated him out of that total marketing campaign as he underwent three operations on the harm.
The primary proved unsuccessful as he broken the plate in his arm making an attempt to return to racing at Jerez simply days after the operation, whereas surgical procedure quantity two led to an an infection which stopped his arm from therapeutic.
He had a 3rd operation within the winter of 2020, which stopped him from participating within the first two races of 2021 – although he would finally return to motion, profitable three races that 12 months.
A fourth surgical procedure got here earlier this 12 months within the US, with Marquez returning at Aragon regardless of admitting he hadn’t anticipated to race once more in 2022.
Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Staff
Photograph by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images
It isn’t the primary Amazon venture to function MotoGP, with MotoGP Limitless having premiered in March.
The collection, which lined the 2021 season, was the two-wheeled championship’s try at a Drive To Survive-style behind-the-scenes docuseries that was made by Spanish firm Mediapro.
However its launch was fraught with points, with an obvious technical concern resulting in the episodes solely being obtainable in an English dub as an alternative of in English subtitles as was initially supposed.
This led to a backlash on social media, with many individuals calling the collection unwatchable initially earlier than Amazon rectified the difficulty to revive the unique audio monitor.
Regardless of a second collection having been commissioned, filming was halted in April whereas Dorna Sports activities – MotoGP’s industrial rights holder – seemed to take inventory with a view to doubtlessly bringing it again in 2023.
Autosport will run an unique interview with Marquez in December the place he discusses his restoration and the issues Honda has confronted this season.