The mon ami mates Mike Hawthorn and Peter Collins, Eugenio Castelotti, Wolfgang von Trips, Phil Hill, Luigi Musso – just some of the gems of Enzo Ferrari’s blossoming Scuderia Ferrari in the 1950s. And now they’re stars on the big screen.
The story of the era is to be told in cinemas this winter in Ferrari: Race to immortality, directed by Daryl Goodrich and released by Universal Pictures.
Featuring interviews with Motor Sport columnists Richard Williams and Doug Nye among many others, the film brings together the comradery of the time and the juxtaposition of the beauty and the too-frequent horror with rare and unseen period footage.
Ferrari: race to immortality is released in cinemas on November 3, with DVD, Blu-Ray and digital release following on November 6.