Schumacher learned a valuable lesson about who he could and could not intimidate on the track during the French Grand Prix of 2000.
Tom Bower’s exploration into the rise of F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone is a good read; if you’re able to gloss over the mistakes that is.
In a stunning manoeuvre still revered to this day – Schumacher went all the way around the outside of Alesi in the 1995 European Grand Prix, and from there on would speed on to one of the finest victories of his career.
Sparks flew during the Spanish Grand Prix of 1991, as Nigel Mansell and Ayrton Senna went wheel-to-wheel with literally only centimetres to spare.
Part documentary, part character study, TT3D: Closer to the Edge looks like being a classic racing film.