Racing Dreams – the coming-of-age story of three kids who dream of becoming professional racing drivers – is a compulsively watchable film that’ll leave you wanting more.
Featuring classic rallies and candid interviews, the 164-page McRae bookazine reveals the man behind the helmet and the legacy his death created.
With both McLarens out Ferrari were gifted an unexpected and emotional 1-2 at Monza in 1988, just four weeks after the death of Enzo Ferrari
Duke Video has delved into the BP Video Library archives and pulled out a trio of films that capture one of the greatest 24 Hour races ever – Le Mans 1957
Ferrari romped to a 1-2-3-4 victory in the 1961 Belgian Grand Prix – a result that set the pattern for the rest of the season.
A combination of good luck and attrition saw Jochen Mass and Jacky Ickx take an unlikely victory in the 1985 Silverstone 1000km event.
Regarded by many as the ultimate motor racing movie; the appeal of Steve McQueen’s homage to Le Mans eludes me.