A review of the Senna movie

A review of the Senna movie

The Ayrton Senna documentary film will not be released worldwide until 2011, but Jonathan Noble caught a screening of it during the Japanese Grand Prix weekend and shares his review

I confess, I'm in love once more. Formula 1 has pulled my heart strings like it hasn't done for years. It's like being a teenager all over again. For just under two hours in Japan earlier this week I was absolutely mesmerised by what I witnessed.

Sitting there transfixed, I experienced almost every emotion under the sun and was left mentally shattered by the end. From laughter and smiling at one moment, I went on a journey that pushed me through intense pride, excitement, fear and also sadness.

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