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It’s been a turbulent few seasons for Marc Marquez, but it finally looks like the Repsol Honda star is ready to fight for title glory once more in 2023. For the first time in a long time, the eight-time World Champion has had the benefit of a full pre-season campaign, with the #93 plagued by injury since a heavy crash at the Spanish GP three years ago.
The latest setback came after the Italian GP in 2022, when Marquez underwent surgery on his problematic right arm and shoulder for a fourth time, causing him to miss a large chunk of the campaign. However, showing incredible mental strength, he returned for the final six Grands Prix, and made a triumphant return to Australia to become a podium centurion.
No looking back. I’f I’m here, it’s to win. #MarcMarquezALLIN 20 Feb en @PrimeVideo#ALLIN #MM93 pic.twitter.com/HvA5tzg1xZ— Marc Márquez (@marcmarquez93) January 25, 2023
It’s been an incredible journey, and you can now get the inside story and hear from Marquez himself as he details the painstaking road to recovery in his new documentary Marc Marquez: ALL IN.
Following the Honda ace as he moves to Madrid, fans around the world will now be able to see exactly what it takes to win eight World Championships and still have the hunger for more as Marc Marquez: ALL IN provides a unique look at one of the greatest ever as he commits to a return not just to compete, but to win.
The five-episode series debuts on Prime Video on February 20th, and was produced by Fast Brothers in collaboration with Red Bull Media House, TBS and Dorna Sports, and will be available to stream in over 200 countries and territories.
It’s set to make for unmissable viewing, so make sure you block off the calendar and get the popcorn ready! In the meantime, if you are looking for your fix of MotoGP™ action, then make sure you check out There Can Be Only One, a four-part docuseries detailing the highs and lows of the 2022 Championship, which sees the first episode released on Friday, January 27th! For more info, click HERE.
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