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The actual team cars had the new 3-valve V-12 engines with a different exhaust configuration, but for the movie the movie people were still using...
I think this may actually be the scene from "Grand Prix" where Sarti has stalled his Ferrari on the line and is attempting to re-start the car so...
I refuse to watch any virtual or simulated racing (or sports of any type). I think it's rather silly how much attention is being paid to it.
Admittedly, there are some good shows on ESPN worth watching if you didn't see them before. 'Sundays in the South' (the history of SEC football)...
Great footage from the past:
I hope not; I own a fair amount of their stock!
No problem! Those things happen.:D
Please see post #1215...
Thank you, Mr. Gonzales, for posting all these wonderful photos from the days when F1 racing was so much simpler than today; when sex was safe and...
I saw the follow-up; it's not even Clark or South Africa, but I was right that it was post-1963.
Unfortunately, he was killed practicing in a Lotus for Mexico at the end of the season.
Unless I don't know something, he's not Sir John yet, but for years I've felt that he should be!
I think that this is 1964 or, more likely, 1965.
If anyone thinks that this doesn't look like the Nurburgring, that's because it isn't; in '59 the race was run on the silly Avus circuit.
With those skinny tires, I really think that this is 1963; it looks like the '63 Ferrari as well.
An awful lot of covering on #78's radiator; was it that cold? It almost looks as if the car is frowning!
Both heading for big shunts in the race.....
Italian cars all, and not a shred (I believe) of fireproof clothing in sight.
I wonder if the BBC avoided showing that billboard.:)
Show this to a team boss today, and his response would be something like "how bloody agricultural!".