Again it was the last eventful race in the rain in Japan that decided the title.Brunswick Films were pioneers in the embryonic days of Formula One production, when sponsors controlled the demand for footage, and before the era of global TV coverage began.This DVD edition includes additional interviews with Steve Mc Queen's friends, family and colleagues and an exclusive interview with three-time Le Mans Winner, Allan Mc Nish. What would the winning combination of driver and machine be to win it all in 1966?Find out in "The Winning Combination -1966."One hour, 26 min.His racing career spanned 35 years; Newman won four national championships as a driver and eight championships as an owner. Also included on this tape is 1951 AAA Stock Car footage at the dirt at Milwaukee.Not bad for a guy who didn't even start racing until he was 47 years old. He was the King of Cool and the worlds most notorious ladies man. Foyt, Al & Bobby Unser, Johnny Rutherford and more! Hear the excitement, the drama, the interviews from racing's greatest event, from 1911 to 1974. Each May, the gates to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are opened and from the first day of practice, the search for the winning combination begins.of practice, qualifying, and race action plus bonus footage of the cars that missed the race.
The story is relayed by Shelby himself along with Phil Hill, Roy Salvadori, Dan Gurney, Bob Bondurant and others, while excellent archive footage, ranging from Nassau 1955 to Le Mans 1969, brings to life a fascinating chapter in motor racing history.
GODSPEED: The Story of Page Jones A feature-length documentary about Page Jones former race car driver and son of the legendary Parnelli Jones and his remarkable and continuing recovery from a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI).
The film shows the early Page, as he stormed the Midget circuits and looked to be another Parnelli in the making.
Tyrrell stole the limelight early on in the season, not for their results, but through the unveiling of their revolutionary six-wheeled P34 - it certainly was a unique sight to F1 fans.
Hunt quickly adapted to life at Mc Laren and, unfazed by Lauda's early dominance, continued to pick up valuable points and podium finishes.