The link with European cars is tenuous, but at least the closing credits feature a shot of our hero driving a nice late-’70s/early-’80s 911, so that’s good enough. Even without the Porsche, it’s still worth recommending Senna. This is a documentary about Formula One’s most spectacular son, Ayrton Senna, with plenty of never-before-seen footage, and the piecing together of the man’s incredible story through some diligent and skillful editing. Yes, the segment covering that fateful weekend at Imola is hard to take, but it’s all part of the legend. Every F1 fan should see this film. Even non-fans will find the human story captivating. It goes on a limited theatrical release August 12.