Marc Márquez launches his long-awaited documentary: ‘Marc Márquez: ALL IN’.
Thousands of people accompanied the rider in a unique event where Marc rode through the streets of Madrid with the fans and even held an exhibition with his MotoGP in the middle of Gran Vía.
Marc Márquez has surrounded himself with thousands of fans in the streets of Madrid for the launch of his long-awaited documentary, ‘Marc Márquez: ALL IN,’ a five-episode mini-series that reviews his successful career and, especially, the 2022 season, in which he made key decisions for his future in MotoGP. The series premieres on Prime Video on February 20 and will be available for free globally on Red Bull TV starting June 5.
The premiere of the documentary has been a complete party for motor fans. A convoy of 350 bikers, led by Marc, toured the streets of Madrid during the event’s opening ceremony. The expectation to participate in this experience was such that the available places were sold out in just a few hours. The convoy covered almost three kilometers, led by the official MotoGP safety car.
The emotion overflowed minutes later when Marc held an exhibition aboard his MotoGP Honda in the heart of Madrid’s Gran Vía, one of the most iconic streets in the country, known for being the premiere location for hundreds of Spanish films every year. Marc’s exhibition has made it possible to hear the roar of a MotoGP in the center of a big city and offer fans an experience never seen before in our country.
After the exhibition, the first massive premiere open to the public was held, with the world premiere on a giant screen of the first episode of the documentary series. Thousands of people have accompanied Marc in this experience held in Plaza de España in which he has also had the opportunity to address the public and thank them for their support in bad times. The MotoGP CEO, Carmelo Ezpeleta, or Marc’s brother, the MotoGP rider, Alex Márquez, attended the premiere.
“It has been a unique experience, as I like them. Normally movie premieres tend to be in theaters, something quiet, but I wanted it to be different and be able to be close to my fans. I am very grateful that it was possible and that so many fans have accompanied me on an important day,” stated Márquez.
The premiere of the documentary marks the return of a fully recovered Marc Márquez to competition, having definitively overcome the injury that occurred at the 2020 Spanish Grand Prix.Back to news