It may be one of the most exhilarating sports on the planet, with drivers risking life and limb as they speed around race courses in some of the world’s most glamorous locations, but Formula 1 has as-yet failed to make its mark on the world of film.

Brilliant 2010 documentary Senna aside, the only other entry of note has been John Frankenheimer’s 1966 effort Grand Prix, which starred James Garner as an American racer, and was as exciting on the track as it was dull off it.  Read More...


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