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There will be no more MotoGP Unlimited


It was eagerly awaited by many fans. The promotional campaign was interesting, but the format has not hooked the public. In true F1 style with “Drive to Survive”, Dorna kicked off the first season of MotoGP Unlimited with the promise that we would be able to experience what happens in some of the premier class pits from the inside.

And, precisely that, was one of the first complaints that the documentary received since although in MotoGP 22 to 26 riders compete depending on whether there are guests and they overlap, all the action focused solely on Joan Mir, Jack Miller, Aleix Espargaró, Maverick Viñales, Marc Márquez, Valentino Rossi, Alex Rins, Pecco Bagnaia and Fabio Quartararo.

But this was not the only complaint on the part of the general public, and it is that the dubbings provoked a greater controversy, much more notorious. Only a few days after the premiere, the networks were burning especially outside our borders due to the issue of dubbing, and there were technical failures in addition to the eternal debate of whether a dubbed or subtitled documentary is better.

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