I’ve managed to get my hands on the new trailer for the Senna movie due to go on general release in the UK on June 3rd.
It captures the spirit and feel of the film and its haunting soundtrack by Antonio Pinto, which is one of the elements that lifts it to the status of a “classic” in my view.
Last night, at the official Grand Prix Party downtown, I saw Bianca Senna, Ayrton’s niece and she spoke about the family’s happiness with the finished film and the effect it seems to be having on its audiences.
It’s destined to live long, as great films do.
I’ve got a pair of tickets to give away as a prize for the May 3rd screening in London at the Curzon Mayfair with some of Senna’s mechanics and other of his contemporaries in aid of Grand Prix Mechanics Trust, in association with TAG Heuer, where fans will get to hear the inside track from the film makers on how they put the film together.
Senna started six times on pole for the Australian Grand Prix (in Adelaide). To win the tickets post a comment below predicting the gap in seconds between the fastest McLaren and pole position in tomorrow’s Australian GP qualifying.
If you think a McLaren will be on pole put “Pole”. One prediction per person, entries close at the start of Q1 on Saturday. First entry with the right answer gets the prize.