COMING SOON: There Can Be Only One

by | Jan 20, 2023 | Aprilia, Ducati, motoGP News, Suzuki, Triumph, Yamaha

COMING SOON: There Can Be Only One

The upcoming four-part docuseries follows some main premier class contenders in their pursuit of 2022 title glory

Winning a MotoGP™ World Championship is never easy – and nor should it be. Of the 24 MotoGP™ riders that begin a season, only a handful will be able to claim the mantle of title challenger – and only one of those will take the ultimate glory.

And of that handful of contenders, each one will face a myriad of challenges, unforeseen events and obstacles over the course of a season that will set them either on the path to success, or failure. This docuseries, starting on the 27th of January, tells the story of this journey and the how and the why of triumph and defeat.






TRAILER: There Can Be Only One

Combining exclusive behind-the-scenes and previously unseen footage, this four-part documentary follows five main contenders battling for the 2022 MotoGP™ World Championship crown, from pre-season all the way to the decider at the compelling season-finale in Valencia.

Watch as reigning World Champion Fabio Quartararo, eight-time World Champion Marc Marquez, and 2020 World Champion Joan Mir fight for glory against Aprilia veteran Aleix Espargaro and up-and-coming Ducati star, Francesco Bagnaia, for the most coveted prize in two-wheeled motorsport. Immerse yourself in a record-breaking 2022 season defined by intense rivalry, fierce action, and untold drama.

CHAPTER 1 (27th January): 
The early stages of the 2022 season bring unexpected difficulties for some pre-season title favourites. Struggles for Quartararo and Bagnaia, shock news for Mir and his Suzuki team, as Marc Marquez confirms a fourth surgery on his right arm will be undergone after the Italian GP. 

CHAPTER 2 (31st January):
As Quartararo climbs to the top of the standings after a strong run of results, underdogs Aleix Espargaro and Aprilia are worrying their rivals with their speed, strength, and consistency ahead of a trip to Assen. Meanwhile, problems and disappointments arise for Bagnaia and Mir. 

CHAPTER 3 (3rd February): 
Post-summer break, fortunes changed. Drastically. Quartararo and Espargaro embarked on a tough period of results that formed through a mixture of mistakes, bad luck and underperforming motorcycles, as Marc Marquez returned to action with a bang. In the meantime, Bagnaia began his meteoric rise from 91 points down to the World Championship lead by the time the paddock descended to Malaysia – the penultimate round.   

CHAPTER 4 (7th February): 
The final two rounds of the season. Bagnaia vs Quartararo, Ducati vs Yamaha – there could only be one lifting the coveted trophy. Experience the floods of tension and contrasting emotions that ran through both camps in Malaysia and Valencia, as the decider saw Bagnaia and Ducati emerge as World Champions. 

You can watch every episode of 'There Can Be Only One' on motogp.com VideoPass upon release. 

VideoPass allows you to watch every single second of every single sector LIVE and OnDemand

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