Hosted by former Navy pilot Hunter Ellis, “Man, Moment, Machine” takes a look at how intersecting events between a great leader, advances in technology, and a significant moment in time all contribute to something great: A "man" to dream, a "moment" to plan, a "machine", to benefit mankind. Relive the history-making excitement that made headlines in this exciting, shot-on-location series.
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1951 - the British Grand Prix in Silverstone, England. One man - Enzo Ferrari - will push his team to the brink for a win. His machine, the 375 Formula One racecar, has enough performance and power to be competitive. But Ferrari is going up against the world champion Alfa Romeo team and their driver, Juan Manuel Fangio, widely considered to be the best Formula One driver in the world. Ferrari is betting his reputation, and perhaps his future as an automaker, on a strategy he considers a secret weapon - his car should need less fuel to make it through the race than the car of his nemesis, Alfa Romeo. If he's right, he could win the race and make a name for himself, if he's wrong, it could be another humiliating and devastating defeat.