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With a lot of excitement, KTM South Africa is set to unveil a captivating docuseries, “Beyond the Red Plate,” that delves deep into the exhilarating world of motorcycle racing. Get ready to witness the drama, adrenaline and fierce competition of the 2023 South African racing season as KTM’s athletes go head-to-head with the best in the business. The series will follow KTM’s South African athletes throughout the 2023 racing season, offering an intimate and unfiltered perspective on their trials, triumphs, and relentless dedication.

“Beyond the Red Plate”, a series that hasn’t been done in the South African racing market before, will allow fans and enthusiasts to witness the heartbeat of racing, both on and off the track. It provides a unique opportunity to connect with the athletes, their stories, and the relentless pursuit of victory that drives them. This exciting venture promises to redefine how fans experience the world of the adrenaline-fuelled racing scene while showcasing the extraordinary journeys of KTM’s South African athletes.

Viewers will be granted unprecedented access to the inner workings of KTM’s South African racing team, including behind-the-scenes moments, action-packed race days, and personal insights from the athletes themselves. Beyond the helmets and high-speed thrills, this docuseries will shed light on unique journeys, challenges, and sacrifices that KTM’s athletes undergo to reach the pinnacle of their sport.

Grant Frerich, Group marketing manager said, “With ‘Beyond the Red Plate’ we are excited to share the passion, determination, and human stories behind our racing team. It’s an opportunity to bring fans closer to the heart of the action and celebrate the relentless spirit of our athletes.”

The series will consist of 5 episodes with the first one to be aired on the 25th of September followed by fortnightly episodes. Jot it down and make sure that you don’t miss this exciting venture! Catch the trailer for our all new series on YouTube, Beyond the Red Plate below:

Published by: Grant Frerichs

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