On July 14th, 1951, Enzo Ferrari defied all the odds and won his first Grand Prix defeating arch rival, Alfa Romeo. His machine, the Ferrari 375, had enough performance and power to be competitive. But Ferrari's rookie driver, Froilan Gonzalez, was up against world champion and legend, Juan Manuel Fangio. Ferrari bet his reputation, and perhaps his future as a car manufacturer, on a strategy he considered a secret weapon - his car should need less fuel to make it through the race than that of his nemesis. If he's right, Ferrari could win the race and make a name for himself. If he's wrong, it could be another humiliating and devastating defeat. This programme reveals the full story of Enzo's career, from his early days as a racing driver to quitting Alfa Romeo and establishing his own company, Scuderia Ferrari, the tragic loss of his son Dino and, ultimately, the incredible scenes of his first Formula One victory. Featuring unique race footage, filmed reconstructions and interviews with experts, this is the story of how one man's vision, leadership and determination altered the course of Formula One history.