Formula 1 fans have been back in the cinema this week, as the new 1: Life on the Limit documentary hits the silver screen.
Charting the evolution of F1 from a safety perspective may not have the glamorous Hollywood appeal of Rush, nor the charismatic central character of Senna, but it still tugs the heartstrings and reminds you of why we all love grand prix racing so much.
For however sad it is to again see the scenes from David Purley's desperate, but ultimately futile, attempts to save Roger Williamson after his accident at the 1973 Dutch Grand Prix, it's equally breathtaking being treated to onboard footage from Ayrton Senna's McLaren around Monaco in 1990.
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