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GPfans.com reports that Enzo and his Maranello empire/legacy will be the subject of a drama film from Apple TV.
Seems all things F1 are bankable on large or small screen right now.

Sure to make interesting viewing for us stalwart old timers - so long as they don't want to charge us an arm or leg to view.

The life and times of Enzo Ferrari are set to join the current film and TV craze for all things F1.

Steven Knight, the creator of hit British drama Peaky Blinders, is to write the AppleTV+-commissioned series simply entitled 'Ferrari', looking at the remarkable history of an F1 legend.

The drama will be based on the book 'Ferrari Rex', written by Luca Dal Monte who will work on the series as a consultant.

“I am thrilled to be telling such an evocative story about this legendary man and his iconic brand,” said Knight.

“Enzo Ferrari’s utterly extraordinary life was defined by his dramatic personal and professional journey, and Ferrari is a celebration of an incredibly complex and fascinating human being.”

Academy award-winning 'The Hand of God' director Paolo Sorrentino is to work alongside Knight as executive director.

Courtesy GPfans.com, today.



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I'm still waiting on the Bruce McLaren film. Jim Clark
would make a good film too.
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