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1973 German Grand Prix


1973 German Grand Prix


1-DVD (127 Minutes)

The complete 1973 German Grand Prix without ANY commentary.

This was the raw video feed that commentators used for their TV

broadcast. Please note that this DVD is for hard-core F1 collectors

and fans only! Others will probably be bored.


Jackie Stewart’s win in the German Grand Prix was a record-breaking 27th and moved him further ahead of
Emerson Fittipaldi in the World Championship and closer to a third world title. Stewart started on pole and he
led team-mate Francois Cevert with Ronnie Peterson’s Lotus in third. Peterson suffered an engine failure and
was out of the race on the opening lap which allowed Jacky Ickx’s Ferrari up to third place ahead of Niki
Lauda’s BRM, Carlos Reutemann’s Brabham and the McLaren of Peter Revson.

Remarkably clear footage, and a true time capsule of how F1 racing used to be from the legendary
Nürburgring. Crank this one up and hear the Cosworths roaring away!