And Ayrton Senna constantly gave the glory to God for his talents. I was impressed that the documentary didn't water this down either, but allowed the true convictions of the man to show through as he gave testimony to God's work in his life. I think this made the story of his early death in that horrific accident even more moving.
The racing footage from the 80's and 90's was excellent. I didn't realise they had things like helmet cameras and on car cameras at that time. And the pure emotion they were able to show in the pits, and on the start grid was incredible. The story led beautifully through his life and the numerous hardships and political issues he had with the FIA. The governing body really hampered the flow of true, honest racing during that time - I wonder how much it still does today?
Even if you're not a motor racing fan, this is still something you should sit and experience, Senna was truly one of the most passionate and amazing characters of the 20th Century.