This immersive and powerfully emotive documentary transcends motor sport and explores universal themes of love, loss and human vulnerability. Three-time Formula 1 world champ Sir Jackie Stewart is a living legend, a rare survivor from the sport’s darkest period in the late 60s and early 70s. Known for more than just his stellar driving career, Stewart is familiar to millions as a TV sports anchor, racing team owner and successful businessman. Until now, his personal story has not been told. With exclusive access to an unseen personal archive, Stewart chronicles Sir Jackie’s humble beginnings outside Glasgow, the early years of his marriage and the rush of excitement that heralded his first F1 World Championship title in 1969. As the documentary draws to a climax, the final chapter focuses on the 1973 season and Stewart’s friendship with his teammate, François Cevert. With racing fatalities increasing, Stewart made the decision to retire from the sport at the end of the year, with Cevert his natural successor. Fate, however, had other plans, and the documentary reaches its moving climax at the US Grand Prix.