Race at home: 5 things motorsport fans have to do in April

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Virtual races are gaining popularity,  all other world racing championships continue to postponing and we have the opportunity to take the free time and spend it usefully, and no –  this is not about Netflix Formula 1. Driver to survive. I was looking for interesting information and think you already interested too.
So, look what we have to do while staying at home.

What motorsport fans have to watch?

1. To watch “Heroes” on motorsport TV. 

Manish Pandey, writer and director  Heroes actually wrote the multi-award-winning Senna movie. Pandey gives insight into the planning, shooting and editing of the film, featuring five legendary drivers and the intertwining paths they took during their storied careers.

*The full movie is now available on Motorsport.tv, subscription at $4.99 / €4.50 / £3.99 per month.

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2.  To watch “A Life of Speed: The Juan Manuel Fangio Story” on Netflix

Netflix documentary A Life of Speed: The Juan Manuel Fangio Story profiles the Argentinian driver whose career meshes with that of Formula One racing. The film focuses heavily on the 1950s, when Fangio dominated the European F1 circuit, notching five championships while driving for four different carmakers.
Here is the trailer 


* I can say that I rewatched  “Le Mans” movie yesterday and this was just a real delight! 

My plan is to see “Grand Prix” and “A Life of Speed” next.

What motorsport fans have to read?

3. To read “To Hell and Back” book

This shortlist wouldn’t be enough without a good book. As you remember Niki Lauda left the world in 2019. This book was recommended to me, I hope to find something wisdom there and hope you’re too.

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Niki Lauda Autobiography


In To Hell and Back Niki Lauda reveals how he battled fear to stage a comeback that seemed beyond human endurance. Then it’s Lauda vs Hunt, an epic rivalry later dramatised in 2013’s Hollywood blockbuster Rush, as he looks back on the strict childhood and parental disapproval that he believes gave him an ‘addiction to excellence’.  

You can find this on Amazon, check the link. 


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What motorsport fans have to play?

4. Subscribe to “Motorsport Games” channel. 

As I write before a lot of esports events for every racing taste: Veloce Pro Series (started Today), Le Mans and Nascar Eseries. To play or to watch –  the link.
But let’ take your attention. Just a few weeks and motorsport fans from all over the world will see the first RX Esports Invitational.  Our nest point is


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To see World RX Esports Invitational event.

 The one-off Esports series will be held on the dates of selected rounds of the 2020 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy that have been postponed due to health concerns and government regulations relating to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
Waiting for the best gaming drive here.  It will be Barcelona round and be held on Sunday, April 19 using DiRT Rally 2.0 on PC via Steam.


McLaren Formula 1 driver Lando Norris is a unique person. I think he’s a new generation of Formula 1 fans and yes, sometimes pretty funny to see his live streams. Lando Norris seems simple, a person it would be nice to play racing games and just drink a glass of milk with.

Well here is our 5 things motorsport fans have to do at home. Thank you for reading this post. I hope you taking care of yourself, don’t forget to wash your hands and, please stay at home. Thank you!