BBC True North – Speed Kids (2022)

BBC True North – Speed Kids (2022)
English | Size: 540 MB
Category: Documentary

Looks at the lives of the children who dream of becoming the next generation of motorcycle stars, and the families who juggle nerves and excitement as they support these young riders.

Featuring children aged 6-14 racing at speeds of up to 135mph, this action-packed film gives a personal insight into a sporting culture that is unique to Northern Ireland.

At the centre of the action is eight-year-old Max, son of racing superstar Paul Robinson, one of Ireland’s most decorated racers. Max takes part in the Bam Bam class for children aged 6-10. His determination on the track and fearless attitude has meant that despite his age, some people are already comparing him to his great-uncle, the legendary Joey Dunlop.

Standing in Max’s way is nine-year-old Paige from County Tyrone, who is part of a new wave of girls who want to be involved in the sport. Paige is determined to beat her male rivals and follow in the footsteps of her 11-year-old brother Lewis, who has overcome disappointment to be picked for a top UK team, and is tipped for future stardom.

Also featured is rising star Peter from County Antrim. During filming, he had his first major accident while racing, and we follow his recovery and return to the track. Aged just 13, he races in the British Talent Cup and hopes one day to race at the highest level.

The families also discuss the dangers of the sport they love and the unthinkable consequences of an accident.

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