1960-1969 Formula 1 Highlights
1960-1969 was a remarkable time period in Formula 1 history. At the beginning of the decade,
front-engined cars dominated, but by the end of the decade, all cars were rear-engined, and
high wings began appearing on the front, back, everywhere, only to be banned by the FIA
because of their frailty. Jim Clark, Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart, all the legends are seen in
these highlight reels, with an emphasis on the Colin Chapman and his legendary Lotus Team (the
season highlight reels are from The Lotus Story). 1968 was a turning point in Formula 1. The
death of the legendary Jim Clark in a Formula 2 race affected the entire racing world. Also in
1968, the introduction of major sponsorships to the sport now had many cars wearing paint
schemes for their sponsor rather than the traditional colors of their country.
2-DVD's : 216 min.              Quality : VG to VG+
Over 3.5 hours of highlight films from
the 1960-1969 era of Formula 1!
1960 Formula 1 - Season Highlights - (9 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A season recap, with an emphasis on Lotus. (color)
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1961 Formula 1 - Season Highlights - (11 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A season recap, with an emphasis on Lotus. (color)
1961 Italian Grand Prix - (8 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A couple American drivers take the 1-2 positions, Phil Hill taking 1st in a
Ferrari 156, Dan Gurney finishing 2nd in a Porsche 718. Bruce McLaren and Jackie Lewis
round out the field, taking 3rd and 4th respectively in Coopers. (color)
1962 Formula 1 - Season Highlights - (12 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A season recap, with an emphasis on Lotus. (color)
1963 Formula 1 - Season Highlights - (7 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A season recap, with an emphasis on Lotus. (color)
1964 Formula 1 - Season Highlights - (8 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A season recap, with the emphasis on Lotus. (color)
1965 Formula 1 - Season Highlights - (10 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A season recap, with the emphasis on Lotus (color)
and a short b&w film on the success of Jim Clark's remarkable
1965 season when he won 6 of 10 races, and the Indy 500.
1966 Formula 1 - Season Highlights - (11 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A season recap, with the emphasis on Lotus. (color)
1966 MGM Promotional Film - 'Grand Prix' - (12 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A rare 1966 behind-the-scenes look at the making of the
best F1 movie of all time; 'Grand Prix'. (color)
Excerpt from the 1966 film - 'Grand Prix' - Monza - (10 min.)  
Condition (Excellent) - From the DVD release, a widescreen excerpt from the sensational
1966 movie 'Grand Prix'. This is the racing scene from Monza, Italy. (color)
Excerpt from the 1966 film - 'Grand Prix' - Spa - (8 min.)  
Condition (Excellent) - From the DVD release, a widescreen excerpt from the sensational 1966 movie
'Grand Prix'. This is the racing scene from Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium. (color)
1967 Formula 1 - Season Highlights - (8 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A season recap, with an emphasis on Lotus. (color)
1967 German Grand Prix #1 - (24 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A British documentary covering the exciting 1967 German Grand Prix
at Nurburgring. Denny Hulme takes the win in a Brabham BT24, with Jack Brabham
taking 2nd. Top qualifier Jim Clark retires his Lotus 49 with suspension trouble. Other
legendary drivers in the race include Dan Gurney, Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart, Bruce
McLaren, and John Surtees. (color)
1967 German Grand Prix #2 - (6 min 30 sec.)  
Condition (VG+) - A different documentary of the 1967 German Grand Prix, with some
spectacular shots of cars coming over the chicane on the straightaway, the section of track
that seemed to wreak havoc with the fragile Lotus suspensions. (color)
1968 Formula 1 - Season Highlights - (13 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A season recap, with an emphasis on Lotus. (color)
1968 Mexican Grand Prix - (8 min 30 sec.)  
Condition (VG+) - From Mexico City, this was the last race of the 1968 Formula 1
season. A British documentary, with the ESPN watermark in the corner, some great
action from the likes of Hill, McLaren, Gurney, Stewart, and more. (color)
1969 Formula 1 - Season Highlights - (9 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A season recap, with an emphasis on Lotus. (color)
1969 German Grand Prix - (9 min.)  
Condition (VG+) - A live black & white TV video feed of the German Grand Prix at
Nurburgring. There is no commentary on this one, this is the raw video feed used
for broadcasters to announce the race in their own language. While the video is
unfortunately in black & white, the sound is incredible. Nothing but the screaming
of Cosworth DFV's for 9 minutes. Jackie Ickx takes the win, with Jackie Stewart
2nd, and Bruce McLaren 3rd. (b&w)
1969 Australian Grand Prix - (9 min 30 sec.)  
Condition (VG+) - Round 5 of the Tasman Series, this is another black & white
video (but with commentators), and some great action from the likes of Graham
Hill, Jochen Rindt, and Chris Amon. The rear wing on Graham Hill's Lotus
snaps, and Amon's Ferrari 246T takes the win. (b&w)
1969 Dutch Grand Prix - (13 min.)  
Condition (VG) - A film documentary of the Dutch Grand Prix from Zandvoort
Netherlands, with German commentary. The overall condition of this film is not
great (somewhat grainy), but the images are priceless, and even with the
German commentary it's an exciting piece of history. Jackie Stewart takes the
win in his Matra MS80. (color)
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