Film crews embedded with the Porsche, Audi, Nissan, Toyota, Aston Martin, and Rebellion teams for the 2015 race, and followed a number of high-profile drivers including Mark Webber, André Lotterer, Nico Prost, and Englishman Jann Mardenborough, a 19-year-old who won a racing slot through the company’s GT Academy e-sports competition.
Amazon Prime is quickly becoming a motorsports fans dream. Also upcoming is an unnamed Formula One series, which will follow the McLaren racing team on 20 stops across the F1 calendar. And The Grand Tour, with former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May, debuted last year.
Amazon just released the first trailer for its new motorsports documentary series, Le Mans: Racing is Everything. The series covers the 24-hour-long car race outside the tiny village of Le Mans, France and it will be available to stream on Amazon Prime starting June 9th.