Recently I’m sure many of us have found ourselves in front of a television a little more
than what we probably would prefer, I know I have, but it has given me the opportunity
to reacquaint myself with movies and documentaries that I haven’t seen for ages.
One that was released in 2010, and I’d forgotten how good it was, is ‘Senna’.
This documentary film on Netflix looks at the life and un-timely death at the 1994 San Marin Grand Prix of Brazilian motor-racing champion Ayrton Senna.
It’s very cleverly produced, primarily from archival racetrack footage and home videos from the Senna family. It looks at his early years; his Formula One career from his debut at the 1984 Brazilian Grand Prix; his competitive nature and in particular his intense rivalry with French driver Alain Prost.
‘Senna’ is certainly well worthwhile revisiting, click on the link to see the Trailer