An icon of motor racing who helped to forge it into what it is today, New Zealand’s Bruce McLaren was a pioneer whose dreams, aspirations and commitment has led to generations following in his footsteps and making those goals a reality. With such a great man having made such a huge impact on a sport, it comes as no surprise that a movie has been made to honour his memory, with Roger Donaldson’s McLaren set for its bow in cinemas this year.
To celebrate the upcoming release of what promises to be a wholly intimate and fascinating documentary, the official artwork has been unveiled today and represents the great man in a nutshell.
You can view it below.
MCLAREN IS COMING TO CINEMAS IN 2017
The inspirational documentary account of one man’s pioneering spirit, unswerving tenacity and endless passion, McLaren is the untold story of a motor racing icon, directed by Roger Donaldson (Thirteen Days, The World’s Fastest Indian). Coming to cinemas in 2017, the tale of one of New Zealand’s most treasured sons and the father of Britain’s most cherished motor racing empire is a compelling ode to never giving up on a dream.