I do understand this viewpoint, but it's going to be difficult viewing as a hardcore fan when this documentary is going to be portraying fights for 9th and 10th as super-important.
The only true drama is the front, regardless of Formula 1.5, or whatever.
This is not true at all. Michael's second career, believe it or not, was almost (if not most) as pleasurable to follow as the first one. Watching the midfield was a very interesting experience. I couldn't care less about Vettel, Red Bull, Alonso and Ferrari: don't get me wrong, obviously, as a fan of the sport, I was very well aware of all the race, but I cared much more about Schumacher's race, trying to imagine the strategies (and how bad was Mercedes back then! They were terrible!). It was great, trust me. I absolutely loved it. And this from someone who started to watch F1 in 1996/97.
Edited by Junky, 23 February 2019 - 04:57.