Exclusive PMR Documentary Series To Be Shown on Amazon Prime

Power Maxed Racing have today revealed that they have been working on an ultra- high-profile documentary series, which is due to be shown on a number of world-class streaming services and free-to-air channels later in the year.

The multi-episode programme is being produced by the team at FastR, a long term partner of the Warwickshire-based team, who have recently announced their latest project alongside Bentley, which will see them attempt to break the Class 1 Record at Pikes Peak later this year.

The series, which is already in production, will see cameras follow almost every aspect of life for the team, giving fans unprecedented access to activities both away from the track and during race weekends. Camera crews will also be spending time with drivers Jason Plato and Dan Lloyd, following Jason to a hopeful world record 100 race wins, and Dan’s first full season in the BTCC, as well as Development Driver Jac Constable’s journey to the BTCC throughout the year.

FastR’s team have already produced world class content for the likes of BBC’s Top Gear, Red Bull and Gumball 3000, and this will see their first foray into the world’s largest streaming provider, Amazon Prime, who will show the documentary alongside Samsung TV, Freesports TV and Motorvision, meaning a potential visibility of more than 250m people worldwide.


Adam Weaver, Team Principal, Power Maxed Racing – “This has been a project that we have been working on and discussing since the tail end of last season, and it’s been amazing to see it all come together. Luke and his team at FastR have been fantastic to work with-the experience each of them has is pretty awe inspiring, and I’m hugely confident that this is going to be a ground breaking piece of television. I’m looking forward to educating BTCC fans on just how much work goes in to getting those two cars on the grid too.”


Luke Clayton, FastR – “We’ve been looking for a really interesting television project to sink our teeth into for a while, and when the guys at Power Maxed Racing spoke to us about this, we instantly knew this was the one. Our mission is to open motorsport up to everyone, and I can’t think of a better way of doing that than showing the inner workings of a front running BTCC team. We’ve been working with Adam and his team for a while now, and are really excited to be working on such a ground-breaking project with them.”