Netflix: The documentary about Juan Manuel Fangio has a release date

It was shot in Argentina and the production was in charge of Agustina Macri, the daughter of the former President of the Nation, Mauricio Macri.

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The next March the streaming platform Netflix will premiere "Fangio: the man who tamed machines", a documentary produced and made in the Argentina by Agustina Macri, the daughter of the former President of the Nation, Mauricio Macri.

The documentary was filmed last year in Balcarce, birthplace of the five-time champion of Formula 1. The chosen locations were sectors of the area The Movediza, museum that pays homage to the Fivefold, Toto Fangio's workshop, his brother; and the racetrack itself, where images were shot with La Petiza, the Volpi-Chevrolet that the Chueco used in its early years.

"Juan Manuel Fangio was the king of F.1 and won five world championships in the 50s, before protective equipment or safety devices were used", highlights the famous platform on this film.

El Chueco was already part of the seventh art on other occasions. In 1950 it was released "Fangio, the demon of the slopes", a film produced by Armando Bo and directed by Román Viñoly Barreto.

In 1956 : British Petroleum produced a short called "Tribute to Fangio " with scenes of the Argentine while driving on the circuits of Modena and Villa de Como. In 1975 the film was shot "Fangio", directed by Hugh hudson; and in 1999, under the direction of Alberto lecchi, it premiered "Operation Fangio", which tells the story of his kidnapping in Cuba in 1958.

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