To have success in business doesn’t come easy, however one company you would think maybe didn’t have too much trouble is Ferrari. Known the world over for it’s on track success in motorsport and producing some of the world’s greatest road cars, yes it is difficult to imagine it had difficult days but go back in time to the 1950’s and that is exactly how things where.
This winter see’s the release of Ferrari: Race to immortality, directed by Daryl Goodrich and released by Universal Pictures, telling the story of Ferrari in the 1950’s. An era which saw Formula 1 and Ferrari create it’s legendary reputation, it came with it’s fair share of trials and tribulations.
Driven by founder Enzo Ferrari, his passion, innovation and indeed determination, Enzo created friendships and rivalries in almost equal measure. Mike Hawthorn and Peter Collins, Eugenio Castelotti, Wolfgang von Trips, Phil Hill, Luigi Musso are just some of the legends featured in the documentary’s archive footage.
Ferrari: race to immortality is released in cinemas on November 3, with DVD, Blu-Ray and digital release following on November 6.