The story of the Scuderia Ferrari motor team, which was formed by race car driver Enzo Ferrari.The story of the Scuderia Ferrari motor team, which was formed by race car driver Enzo Ferrari.The story of the Scuderia Ferrari motor team, which was formed by race car driver Enzo Ferrari.
Not about Ferrari, primarily about Mike Hawthorn
What a disappointment. This is not a documentary about either Ferrari the manufacturer or Enzo Ferrari, the iconic owner. Most of the documentary is about some of the drivers in the 50's, probably 2/3 of the whole film is about Mike Hawthorn. And a lot it's very repetitive with so many other documentaries about how dangerous was F1 in the 50s. But other documentaries, take a clear storyline on that topic, take a more broad view and show how safety in the sport improved from the 50s to the 2000s, particularly during the 70s. In this case, they stay in the 50s. I was expecting learning either about Enzo (his origins, how he built the empire, his personality, the way he managed the team and the company, his quirks) or learning about Ferrari team and the evolution of it and the unique philosophy to manage competition and drivers. But nothing, besides a few short quotes and recordings of Enzo Ferrari, nothing much more about Ferrari. An absolute waste of film and time.
- Jun 22, 2020
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