This motor racing doc about the Ferrari team in the 1950s is purely for the fans-an excuse for digging through archive footage of daredevil driving, sleek cars, and the sight of a winner being handed a bitter pint on Silverstone's finish line. It is based on' Mon Ami Mate' by Chris Nixon, a biography of Mike Hawthorn and Peter Collins drivers from Ferrari, both a picture of blond-haired boyish charm and reckless ambition. Win or die, you're going to be immortal,' Enzo Ferrari told his stable drivers-and a shocking number of drivers died. Between 1950 and 1960, 39 motor-racing drivers were killed behind the wheels of cars that we consider to be as robust as baked bean tins. Ferrari's image emerging from the talking heads is a guy with a huge appetite for glory: when a driver was killed during a test drive, he would have said, "What is the car?Tales of past gentlemanly sportsmanship remain here, but the price of motor racing was high, not just for the drivers. During a crash in the Le Mans race in 1955, a car's front torpedoed the crown Director Daryl Goodrich has access to all the right people, and his video is well curated, but it is doubtful that ' Ferrari ' will convert non-petrolheads.