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4K Ultra HD adventure sports and lifestyle content producer and channel provider Insight TV has joined forces with Monster Energy to co-produce documentary Jndia, The Fast Life.
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Premiering on 17 August, the latest in an ongoing production partnership with the energy drink company, the film tells the story of female drag-car racer Jndia Erbacher a stereotype-busting 24-year-old known as the fastest woman in Switzerland.

In the original film shot in native 4K UHD, viewers ride along on her journey to fulfil her dream of becoming the fastest female drag-car racer in Europe, and ultimately the fastest in the world. Her car, a Nitromethane-fed dragster, can reach speeds over 300mph (480km/h) and cover a quarter of a mile of asphalt (0.4km) in seconds. Erbacher’s speed levels are said to be so intense that it takes two parachutes to bring her car to a stop.

“Through our partnership with Monster Energy, we have had the good fortune to identify exceptional emerging talent,” said Insight TV executive producer Frank le Mair. “Jnida Erbacher is another outstanding example. Her story is as contemporary as it is compelling, and with the incredible adrenaline-producing racing and exotic locations, which are all the more engaging in stunning 4K UHD, this is perhaps our most exciting co-production to date.”

“I’m really excited for people to see this documentary because it is an authentic representation of what it’s like to be a young woman in the world of drag racing - a traditionally male dominated sport,” added Erbacher. “The show looks at how I train, race and recover, and viewers will see the challenges that I face every day in order to be at the very top of my game.”

This is not the first time Monster and Insight TV have partnered on motorsports content. The two companies co-produced Road to Gymkhana Grid, following YouTube star Ken Block’s own yearly drift race event, and Morbidelli Rising, which chronicles the first racing season of Valentino Rossi’s now-famous apprentice Franco Morbidelli.