Not just motor sport, also a compelling insight into human nature. Tight film with no fluff, no filler and no toilet breaks, one of very few films I've seen I was completely immersed in, watched it twice in one sitting. Lot's of great stock footage and interviews, years of extensive media coverage of F1 grounds it in its time and place but the personal struggles caught on film are intimate and timeless. If there isn't a directors commentary hidden somewhere in the Google Play version there should be, I saw it on the DVD version and it's good all on it's own.
Daniel “DazzaJay” Fitzgerald
If you have any interest in formula one, hell, even if you don't, this is a fantastic documentary on one of the best motorsports drivers to have ever lived.