Formula One fans looking for a riveting documentary about the sport after Senna will have something to look forward to, as Williams – which chronicles the story of one of the grid’s most iconic teams – is set to hit theatres in the United Kingdom on August 4.

The trailer for the film is now here, and it promises an in-depth look into not just the nine-time championship-winning outfit, but also Sir Frank Williams himself as well as his family. To be released as the team celebrates its 40th anniversary, Williams is directed by BAFTA-winning director Morgan Matthews, and is based on the 1991 book by Lady Virginia Williams, titled A Different Kind of Life.

The film will explore Sir Frank’s journey from his brief racing career, through his team’s dominance of the sport in the ’80s and ’90s, to his life-threatening accident in 1986 and the more recent handover of the team to his daughter Claire. Historic racing footage will feature throughout, plus interviews with team co-founder Sir Patrick Head as well as drivers such as Sir Jackie Stewart, Nigel Mansell and Nelson Piquet.