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- In 1966, medical student and racing fan Stephen Olvey gets the opportunity of a lifetime when he is asked to volunteer at the Indianapolis 500 on their medical team. What started as fun insider view of a sport he loved quickly devolves before his eyes as he sees the level of medical support given to the drivers, whom he has befriended, is terrifyingly non-existent. After feeling helpless at the scene of what turns out to be a fatal accident. Dr. Olvey sets off on a mission to build a team to apply science to transform motorsports from the most fatal form of sport to one of the safest. Over the next 30 years, they succeed and the science that they develop influences modern trauma medicine, the United States military, NASA, and the passenger cars we drive today. This is the true story of the most fatal era in Motorsports and the Indy 500 doctors who pioneered safety and helped the drivers to cheat death.


  • Stephen Olvey
  • Terry Trammell
  • Mario Andretti
  • Bobby Unser
  • Helio Castroneves
  • Rick Mears
  • Tony Kanaan
  • Chip Ganassi
  • Parnelli Jones
  • Al Unser

Did You Know?


  • Their rescue vehicles are usually already heading the the crash, before the race car has come to a complete stop.
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Oct 4, 2019

If you haven't read the manga or watched the anime then Tokyo Ghoul S might be an exercise in frustration, though if you love horror, action, ambitious effects work and might enjoy a glam knock-off Hannibal Lecter then it's definitely worth trying out.

Metacritic review by Rosie Knight
Rosie Knight
Oct 4, 2019

Personally, I found the subject matter fascinating. I love some sports. Auto racing is not one of them, but I also love stories about saving lives and how innovation and technology is a part of that.

Metacritic review by Alan Ng
Alan Ng
Film Threat
Oct 4, 2019

There are some neat, borderline gory animations to illustrate how concussions work, which for this viewer were a lot more interesting than the endless stretches of racing footage. The anonymous, off-the-peg score of backing music and flat editing, however, still make this a bit of a slog.

Metacritic review by Leslie Felperin
Leslie Felperin
The Guardian