Today, whatever the sport may have lost in terms of raw excitement, it has gained the total acceptance that the preservation of human life comes first. "Whatever is happening to a car, there should be no reason to die in a car," seven-time Michael Schumacher tells Crowder.
"1" will be shown at the London Film Festival in October and is available for download on iTunes in the U.S. from October 1.
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This moving portrait of the late Brazilian resonated with both critics and moviegoers becoming an instant classic when it was released in 2010.
Directed by Asif Kapadia, "Senna" tells the story of Brazil's three-time world champion from his karting days in the late 1970s to his tragic death, aged 34, at Imola in May 1994.
Senna was compassionate and charismatic off the track and fearless, sometimes reckless, on it. The combination made him a global superstar that transcended the sport.
Rare archive footage and interviews with a string of ex-drivers, officials and journalists combine to create a searing portrait of arguably the greatest driver to ever race an F1 car.
The 1966 Oscar-winning tale of a fictional motor racing season remains a classic of the motorsport genre.
American actor James Garner heads an international cast which includes British world champion Graham Hill and cameos by many of his famous racing contemporaries.
Beautifully directed by John Frankenheimer, "Grand Prix" includes some memorable racing scenes from Monaco, Brand's Hatch, Spa-Francorchamps and some terrifying footage around the high-speed oval at Monza.