By Roger Donaldson

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release Date: 2017-04-24
  • Advisory Rating: 12
  • Runtime: 1h 32min
  • Director: Roger Donaldson
  • Production Company: General Film Corporation
  • Production Country: New Zealand
  • iTunes Price: GBP 7.99
From 22 Ratings


The name McLaren is synonymous with motor racing excellence and stands today as a symbol for automotive superiority. Yet what is less known is that the brand was the creation of one young man from New Zealand – a pioneer who followed his dream and who against all odds led a team to greatness and himself to become a motorsport champion and hero. Despite the tragic end to his life, Bruce’s legacy lives on and his vision, passion, and drive to innovate continues to be at the heart of advanced motor engineering to this day. A truly inspirational story of a young boy from humble birth who dared to take on the elite world of motor racing and win.



  • Poor Download / Edit

    By Cityzen1894
    A great film ruined by either poor editing or a bad download. Lines appear on screen suggesting writing should appear to identify individuals being interviewed etc but nothing shows on screen. An infuriating thing that ruins what would be a five star movie
  • Great Film poor download

    By SimSpec
    The film itself is a very good attempt at Bruce's story, but the download quality is poor - lines appear down the image which should have some sort of caption along side them describing who is talking or the event being shown but they are blank and just spoil the film.
  • Unmissable

    By R2vers2de
    I've watched many motorsports documentaries and this one is the best. Beautifully put together and absolutely riveting to watch. If you enjoyed Senna, I'll guarantee that you'll love this film.
  • Excellent

    By niall_sabine
    Very interesting, inspiring, and emotional documentary
  • Wow !!!

    By Morgan 12345
    Downloaded this last night , amazing documentary and very emotional , I will recommend this to every petrol I can .
  • Wonderfully inspiring

    By Funnylukey
    Great film great documentary