If you enjoyed Ron Howard's latest drama Rush, then you might want to check out the upcoming documentary 1, which explores the same golden age of Formula 1 racing and its icons. We have an exclusive clip that features footage from Niki Lauda's horrific 1976 crash, along with interviews from other Formula 1 drivers who were there that day. The documentary, narrated by Michael Fassbender, is available on iTunes and On Demand starting today, October 1.

1 is an action documentary showcasing the glamour, speed, danger and excitement of Formula One Grand Prix racing. Narrated by Michael Fassbender, the film tells the story of the golden age of Formula 1, when the sport became terrifyingly dangerous. In the late 1960s, Formula 1 cars doubled their engine size and sprouted wings, making them incredibly quick, but even more hazardous. With money pouring in from sponsorship and a new worldwide television audience, superstar drivers were born, thrown like gladiators into the ring. The drivers were legendary with charisma and raw talent, but many of them paid the ultimate price. 1 follows the story of the drivers who raced on the edge and those who stood up to change the sport forever. It is about the greatest show on earth, Formula 1.