Picking up where
left off, this thorough documentary on the early days of F1 offers vicarious entertainment for
enthusiasts and motor racing novices alike.
Yet it also serves as a testament to the many drivers who lost their lives at a time when the pursuit of glory superseded health and safety issues. Jackie Stewart and Niki Lauda lead a starry cast of talking heads in a well-researched survey boosted further by Michael Fassbender’s unflashy narration.
For obvious reasons, though, it’s the scenes showing a hale and hearty Michael Schumacher that leave the most lasting impression.
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