There’s not much to Motodrom. It’s just a few minutes of motorcycles and cars going around a tiny circular track, at times going fast enough that they stay up on the walls of the track as they go around. It’s in black and white, and there’s no dialogue.
It’s kind of interesting visually. They mix in camera shots from all different unusual perspectives. There’s good use of time-lapse photography at the beginning and end. And the phenomenon itself—this tiny structure with spectators up top looking over the rim—is an interesting little oddity in itself.
Motodrom is maybe enjoyable enough to warrant the very few minutes it takes to watch it, but that’s as far as I’ll go in recommending it.