Bruce McLaren film a must see for F1 fanatics

Motorsport enthusiasts, particularly Formula One fanatics, can look forward to the release of the documentary movie called McLaren about the life of the Formula One legendary driver, Bruce McLaren, this year.

The film, of one man’s dream to succeed whatever the cost, will undoubtedly inspire countless generations of F1 fans. This new film takes the viewer on the journey encountered by McLaren on his rise through the motor sport ranks. The exact date of release will be announced soon.

Bruce McLaren in the pits with his famous orange livery McLaren Formula One race car in the 1969 South African Grand Prix. Photo: pinterest.com

As the title suggests, the film tells the story of McLaren, the New Zealander who founded the McLaren Motor Racing team. McLaren is directed by Roger Donaldson with Dwayne Cameron playing the role of McLaren for the dramatised scenes.

The inspirational documentary will recount McLaren’s pioneering spirit, unwavering tenacity and endless passion for motorsports.

The 32-year-old McLaren died in a crash while testing an experimental car of his own design at a track in Goodwood, England on 2 June, 1970.

The aftermath of the fatal accident at the Goodwood race track on 2 June, 1970 which claimed the life of Bruce McLaren, the owner and founder of McLaren Motorsport. Photo: fastlane.co.uk

The racing team that bears his name survived him, becoming one of the most successful in Formula One history.

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