This is a story of, arguably, the most compelling and moving sports drama of all time. It matters because it is a testament to the eternal values of friendship, honesty of purpose, and self sacrifice. It is played out in the bloody arena of the highly dangerous Grand Prix motor racing of the fifties; an age in which the drivers were still amateurs and the sport controllers and team owners, as yet, untainted by the corruption of big money. Inspiring as it is tragic, the hero of classical proportion is faced with a terrible dilemma. Rarely does a true life story match the best of fiction. ONE GLORIOUS HOUR does just that.