|Best F1 films|
|Rush (2013)/IMDb 8.1|
F1 intense battle atmosphere
The story of the fight between James Hunt and Niki Lauda in the 1976 Formula One season impressed Ron Howard, who in turn impressed us with the cinematic recreation under the name “Rush.” People recommend watching both Formula 1 fans and non-fans.
|Weekend of a Champion (1972)/IMDb 7.3|
Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix vibes.
Roman Polanski is one of the most famous names in the film industry. In 1971, Polanski made a documentary about Jackie Stewart’s Grand Prix weekend in Monaco. Thanks to his friendship with Sir Stewart, he made one of the most atmospheric F1 movies.
|Mclaren (2017)/IMDb 7.3|
Inside the F1 team.
You will never understand the atmosphere of Formula One racing until you immerse yourself in teamwork, each based on the story of the greatest human being. This documentary tells us the passion and loyalty of Bruce McLaren and those who worked for him on his journey from humble beginnings in New Zealand to the very top of motorsport.
|Race to Perfection (2020)/IMDb 7.5|
How often you wanted to be on the other side of F1 pitlane? I get used to feel it on every race trip. We see Formula One as a top racing show, but people need to know how hard the work is on the other side. Race to Perfection opens that door. In addition, Sky and F1 use their best archive to tell the story of the sport over the decades.
|Senna (2010)/IMDb 8.5|
Touch the Formula One legend.
Ayrton Senna and Formula One are synonymous. Not everyone has been lucky enough to see the greatest Brazilian driver’s race on the track. Thanks to Asif Kapadia and Manish Pandey, everyone has this opportunity. Senna film is one of the best F1 movies produced by StudioCanal and Midfield Films let world race fans remember the legend Ayrton Senna.
Netflix promises us a surprise and will show 2022 new series about Ayrton Senna. The story will tell Senna’s journey in Formula One: from arriving in Britain as a 21-year-old in the Formula Ford 1600 to his death during the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix. Netflix described the upcoming series as a “fictional drama.”