Ferrari: Race To Immortality tells the story of the Scuderia Ferrari’s tumultuous early years in the 1950s, giving audiences extraordinary insight into the iconic brand, which celebrates its 70th anniversary this year. To celebrate the film releasing on Blu-ray, DVD and digital platforms (out now), we are giving have a DVD copy to give away to three lucky winners!
It’s the 1950s… the dawn of the iconic Scuderia Ferrari in the Formula One World Championship and deadliest decade in motor racing history. As cars pushed the limits of human ingenuity, drivers lived on a knife edge between life and death.
At the centre of it all was Enzo Ferrari, a towering figure in motor racing and patriarch of Ferrari who dared to dream about speed in ways nobody else could. Amidst the stiff competition within his team, two of its stars, Peter Collins and Mike Hawthorn, decided that their friendship was as important as winning the next race. The film also features archive footage of Eugenio Castellotti, Luigi Musso and Alfonso de Portago – all legends of the Scuderia Ferrari team.
Directed by sports filmmaker, Daryl Goodrich, and produced by Julia Taylor Stanley (Coriolanus, The Tempest), the award-winning Kevin Loader (The Lady in the Van, The Death of Stalin) and Maggie Monteith (Brotherhood, Searching for Sugar Man), Ferrari: Race To Immortality tells the story of the loves and losses, triumphs and tragedy of Ferrari's most decorated drivers in an era where it was la dolce vita during the week and a coin toss of whether they lived or died on the weekend.
Below is a clip taken from the ‘Making Of’ DVD featurette, where director Daryl Goodrich and producer Julia Taylor Stanley provide an insight to the drivers seen in the film:
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Ferrari: Race To Immortality is out now on Blu-Ray, DVD and digital platforms