This is an excellent documentary which outlines the career and life of Jackie Stewart through contemporary and rare footage, interviews then and now.
Jackie, now Sir Jackie, was of course a three time world champion in an era where the racing was much closer and the cars and circuits far less safe than today.
The most striking thing about the DVD is Jackie's humanity and humility, and the sadness with which he and his wife recount the loss of
Francois Cevert, Jackie's team mate and friend. Jackie's fight for circuit safety is well covered, too.
Audio and video quality is very good and the opening lap of Monaco, set to the music of Pink Floyd and filmed from (his?) racing car, really sets the scene for the DVD