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Best F1 or racing documentry you've seen

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by bsmooth, Oct 23, 2017.

  1. bsmooth

    bsmooth

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    I happened to see the Quick and the Dead yesterday and hadn't seen it before. It wasn't bad, except for the weird quirks that had to be added such as strange 70'd music and side effects.
    Jackie Stewart's comments about the Ring were very interesting. The opening bit with the race marshall running across the road and basically getting cut in half was an interesting choice.
    To get to the point what really good films and ducumentry's have you see that are worth watching.
    Granted Grand Prix and Lemans were great but theres probably a lot of older F1 films I've never seen that you may have as well as Can-Am and even older Lemans footage.
    I haven't seen the new Mclaren film , but want to when I get a chance. Personally I think all the drivers should get films about them, especially the likes of Stewart, Clark,Gurney and the list goes on and on.
     
  2. Andy Jackson

    Andy Jackson
    I am the new Colin Mcrae I am Premium

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    Senna.

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  3. Omer Said

    Omer Said
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    I also advise you to watch Senna. It is a great and moving documentary even for non-motorsport fans.
     
  4. hal4000

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  5. robt100

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    I must say I liked this one. In depth, informative, and pretty much unrivalled access behind the scenes than any other documentary of racing/f1 ive seen