Schumacher, the new biopic on the life of Michael Schumacher, invites comparisons with landmark F1 documentary Senna, but doesn’t quite measure up to it.
“Mosley: It’s Complicated” is an unflinching look at the life of former FIA president Max Mosley, who ruled Formula 1 for almost two decades.
“They did their best” might be true of the drivers but has FOM done a good job of the official 2016 F1 season review video?
Before Ayrton Senna became an F1 legend he sparred thrillingly with Martin Brundle in F3, a story told by this new film.
Formula One Management is finally putting its F1 video archive to use. But does the promised “never before seen footage” justify this new film’s price tag?
A largely indifferent season of racing is not enlivened in this by-the-numbers season review from Formula One Management.
The official 2014 Formula One season review DVD is a much better video than its bafflingly inadequate title “It was fair” might lead you to believe.
The third F1 cinema release in four years was also the least satisfying so far. Does the Blu-Ray and DVD issue of 1: Life on the Limit make up for its shortcomings?
If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the high definition video review of last season your patience has not been well-rewarded: the Blu-Ray version offers little more than the DVD.
It’s another video about James Hunt and Niki Lauda – but this one does a good job of filling in the blanks left by Rush.
F1 is back in cinemas again with 1: Life on the Limit, which examines the dangerous early years of the sport. Is it up to the standard of Senna and Rush?
The 2013 edition of the official Formula One season review video has been issued by its fifth different publisher in seven years. Is it an improvement on last year’s poor effort?
Dramatic moments of F1 racing in the seventies forms part of this new DVD on British Motor Shows.
The Blu-Ray version of the official 2012 F1 season review adds almost two hours more footage. Is it an improvement on the disappointing DVD edition?
The 2012 F1 season DVD review video offers much of the essential action but suffers from some glaring omissions and fails to recapture the drama of the season.
“If you’re not winning …you’re not trying”, the insightful documentary on Lotus’s 1973 world championship campaign, has been re-released on DVD.
F1 Fanatic reviews the official 2011 F1 season video, available for the first time in high definition.
The two-disc 2010 F1 season DVD review is five hours long.
Ten copies of the official 2010 F1 season DVD can be won in this exclusive F1 Fanatic competition.
Season review DVD coming soon