The Sydney Film Festival brings one of the greatest motor sport names to the big screen, and Race Magazine has two tickets to give away for it!

The incredible true story of the man behind one of the greatest brands in international motorsport, Bruce McLaren: the humble New Zealander who became a superstar of 1960s Formula One.

Roger Donaldson (Smash Palace; The World’s Fastest Indian), a motor racing fan, tracks McLaren’s full-throttle career from his dad’s Auckland garage to the world stage. A naturally brilliant driver, McLaren moved to Europe in 1958, at a time when the Formula One scene drew huge crowds in exotic locations, and winners were idolised like movie stars. This was the era of Jack Brabham, Jackie Stewart, Emerson Fittipaldi – and McLaren was the youngest of them all. Not just a driver, he formed the Bruce McLaren Racing Team in 1963 to build and race his own revolutionary cars. In 1970, at age 32, he was killed in an accident while testing a new race car. Donaldson tells the story of this legendary, unassuming Kiwi through interviews, archival footage, and big-screen worthy recreations.

Screenings are on Sunday the 18th of June, with details on the Sydney Film Festival website.

The Sydney Film Festival has promised us two tickets which we are putting up for grabs! How can you nab them?

Jump onto our Facebook page, and tell us how many laps of the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve McLaren will do in the final race of the Canadian Grand Prix, on the 11th of June!