The documentary has featured at several film festivals in recent months ©No Limits

Film producers Stereoscreen has announced their No Limits documentary about Alessandro Zanardi will be available for the public to watch on demand from February 1.

The film centres around the Italian’s participation at last July’s 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps motor racing event and the 2015 International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling World Championships, which took place four days later.

Zanardi claimed two Championship Auto Racing Teams (CART) racing titles during his career as a motor racing driver and enjoyed spells in Formula One before losing both legs after crash during an IndyCar race in Germany in 2001.

While he returned to the World Touring Car Championship between 2003 and 2009, the Italian also became an elite Para-cyclist, earning two Paralympic golds and one silver medal at London 2012 in the T4 handcycling class.

He became the first disabled driver to compete at the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps for BMW alongside former Formula One driver Timo Glock of Germany and Canadian Bruno Spengler, with the team finishing 25th.

The film - which has the strap line "Impossible is just a word" – was initially released on November 24 but will be made available on demand, in English and German, through the video sharing service Vimeo from February 1.

No Limits has been shown at several film festivals in recent months and was named “Best Documentary Film” at the 2015 London Motor Film Festival.

It has also been selected to be shown at the Snowdance festival in Landsberg, Germany, due to take place on January 29.

Zanardi, meanwhile, is now targeting a repeat of London 2012 next year in Rio de Janeiro, where he will attempt to defend his two titles.

He was boosted by claiming a hat-trick of titles at the 2015 Para-cycling World Championships where he won the H5 time trial and road race events, in addition to the mixed relay.