This beautifully made short film directed by Marcus Söderlund highlights two things I cherish deeply. Motor racing and the story of Bruce McLaren. I grew up admiring his story as a kid because his life resembled much of the questions I sought out in why tragic things have to happen to people of courage. “To do something well is so worthwhile that to die trying to do it better, can not be foolhardy” and “on that beautiful summer day, on that racetrack, I did more than leave a name and a memory, hopefully, I became an inspiration” narrates the monologue. Thank you, sir McLaren for the answers.