WAYNE is a documentary about the life and career of the Australian former World Motorcycle Grand Prix Champion, Wayne Gardner.
There is infrequent strong language ('f**k'), as well as milder bad language such as 'bitch', 'crap', 'shit', 'pissed off', 'arsehole', 'arse', 'bugger', 'balls', 'God' and 'hell'. There are also rude middle finger gestures.
There is footage of races in which motorcycles crash at high speed and skid off the track, with riders being thrown from their vehicles. There are no images of the injuries sustained in these incidents. An unseated rider attempts to scramble off the track but is hit by an oncoming motorcycle which is unable to avoid him; an animated sequence shows the rider in a coma and on life support in a hospital bed, but he survives. There are references to deaths in the sport, but no images of fatalities.
There are moderate sex references which include images of a rider placing his signature on a woman's buttock and near nudity as contestants in a beauty pageant parade in skimpy swimwear.
There are drug references which are used figuratively to describe riders being addicted to their sport.