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1973-1975 – Formula 1 (Vol 2)
1973-1975 Formula 1 (Volume 2)
1-DVD (108 Minutes)
The Deadly Years
The 1973 season was extended to 15 races, with Brazil and Sweden hosting
their first Formula 1 events. Lotus and Tyrrell won 12 of the 15 races in a
heated Constructors’ Trophy battle, but tragically, Tyrrell driver Francois Cevert
was killed in the final race of the season. Team Tyrrell, and remaining driver
Jackie Stewart, withdrew from the race, graciously handing the coveted
Constructors’ Trophy to Lotus. As the 1974 season unfolded, Clay Regazzoni
and Emerson Fittipaldi were tied in points going into the last race of the season,
with Fittipaldi taking the championship. 1975 saw an amazing 9 different winners
during the season, with a resurgent Ferrari Team (led by Niki Lauda) winning
the F1 championship as well as the Constructors’ Trophy.
1973 Swedish Grand Prix – (14 min.)
highlight reel of the 1973 Swedish Grand Prix. Denny Hulme bounced back in the world
championship contention by winning a riveting inaugural Swedish Grand Prix for McLaren
on the final lap at the twisty Anderstorp circuit.
1974 British Grand Prix – (24 min.)
Condition (Excellent) – Another old ESPN Classic broadcast (watermark
in the corner), here we see Jody Scheckter taking the win at Brands
Hatch when Niki Lauda punctures a tire with just a handful of laps
remaining. Jackie Stewart on commentary.
1975 British Grand Prix – (25 min.)
Condition (Excellent) – Same source as the previous race, here’s another old
ESPN Classic broadcast (watermark in the corner) of the 1975 race at Silverstone.
Emerson Fittipaldi takes the victory in a rain soaked event.
1975 German Grand Prix – (44 min.)
Condition (Excellent) – This is a raw video feed broadcast, with no commentary.
Excellent, clear footage of the legendary Nürburgring track. Carlos Reutemann takes
the win in his Brabham BT44B, with Jacques Laffite (2nd) and Niki Lauda (3rd)
completing the podium. Please note that without commentary, this footage may be a
bit boring to those that are not die-hard F1 fans. But for those that love to hear
screaming Cosworth engines, this very clear footage is a real treat!