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1970-1972 – Formula 1 (Vol 1)
1970-1972 Formula 1 (Volume 1)
2-DVD’s (182 Minutes)
The Ground Effects Era
1970-1972 were 3 years in Formula 1 that marked an era of great accomplishments
and terrible disasters. 1970 began with the sight of an innovative wedge-shaped
Lotus 72 featuring torsion bar suspension. Austrian driver Jochen Rindt drove the
radical Lotus 72 to a substantial points lead, but his life was cut short in a tragic
accident at Monza. This would be the first and only time the F1 Championship
would be awarded posthumously. In 1971, Lotus experimented with a gas
turbine car, while Ken Tyrrell, and a brilliant driver named Jackie Stewart, took
the 1971 title. In 1972, Lotus teamed up with the John Player Special brand, and
a 25-year old Emerson Fittipaldi became the youngest F1 Champion in history.
1970 Formula 1 Documentary – (51 min.)
Condition (Excellent) – From the F1 Grand Prix collection, this
documentary is filled with great footage from the 1970 F1 Season.
1971 Formula 1 Documentary – (51 min.)
Condition (Excellent) – From the F1 Grand Prix collection, another
documentary, this one recaps the 1971 Formula 1 season.
1972 Austrian Grand Prix – (28 min.)
Condition (Excellent) – This film, produced by Castrol Motor Oil,
features excellent coverage of the 1972 Austrian Grand Prix, a race
won by Emerson Fittipaldi (who went on to become the youngest F1
Champion is history at the time), and Denny Hulme takes 2nd.
1972 Formula 1 Documentary – (52 min.)
Condition (Excellent) – From the F1 Grand Prix collection,
this documentary recaps the entire 1972 F1 Season.