It’s the summer of 1957. Beyond the spectacle of Formula 1, the former driver, Enzo Ferrari, is in the midst of a crisis. Ten years ago, together with his wife, Laura, he built a factory from scratch, currently on the verge of bankruptcy. Their volatile marriage was affected by the death of one of the sons, Dino, a year earlier, and the acceptance of the relationship of the second son, Piero, with Lina Lardi. Meanwhile, his passion for victory leads him to bet on a single dangerous 1,000-mile race through Italy, the Mille Miglia.