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1: Life on the Limit Blu-Ray and DVD reviewed 27th April 2014, 12:00

The third F1 cinema release in four years was also the least satisfying so far. Does the Blu-Ray and DVD issue of 1: Life on the Limit make up for its shortcomings?

Hunt vs Lauda: The True Story DVD reviewed 19th January 2014, 11:35

It’s another video about James Hunt and Niki Lauda – but this one does a good job of filling in the blanks left by Rush.

1: Life on the Limit – the F1 Fanatic review 14th January 2014, 12:15

F1 is back in cinemas again with 1: Life on the Limit, which examines the dangerous early years of the sport. Is it up to the standard of Senna and Rush?

British Motor Shows & Racing in the 1970s reviewed 18th August 2013, 11:06

Dramatic moments of F1 racing in the seventies forms part of this new DVD on British Motor Shows.

“If you’re not winning …you’re not trying” review 29th April 2012, 10:36

“If you’re not winning …you’re not trying”, the insightful documentary on Lotus’s 1973 world championship campaign, has been re-released on DVD.

The Making of Senna part 9: The response in Brazil 7th June 2011, 9:19

One scene in Senna the filmmakers thought was comical gets a very different reaction in Brazil.

The Making of Senna part 8: The Death of Ayrton Senna 5th June 2011, 11:13

1994: San Marino Grand Prix When it came to composing the scenes of Ayrton Senna’s death, the filmmakers had a clear idea what they were trying to do – and what they were keen to avoid. The film’s writer Manish Pandey explained: “We had certain rules. We were not going to move anything from one […]

The Making of Senna part 7: Imola 1994 4th June 2011, 17:34

How were the producers of Senna going to handle its unavoidably tragic conclusion?

The Making of Senna part 6: The perfect bad guy? 3rd June 2011, 9:18

Alain Prost says he’s not going to watch the Senna film because he is “suspicious” about it.

The Making of Senna part 5: The lost scenes 2nd June 2011, 11:57

Senna writer Manish Pandey explains why some famous moments were left out of the film.

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