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DVD library covers the early days of Formula 1 all the way to the modern day of Formula 1.
The official review of the 2013 Formula One season. Defending champion Sebastian
Vettel faced competition from Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and his Red Bull
teammate Mark Webber as he sought to claim his fourth successive driver's crown.
Elsewhere, how would Lewis Hamilton adapt to life at the Mercedes team? The
programme includes coverage of all 18 rounds of the championship.
Nine races. One
James Garner, Yves Montand, Brian Bedford and Antonio Sabato portray Formula 1
drivers competing to be the best in this slam-you-into-the-driver's seat tale of
speed, spectacle and intertwined personal lives. Eva Marie Saint and Toshiro
Mifune also star. John Frankenheimer (who 32 years later would again stomp the
pedal to the metal for the car chases of Ronin) directs this winner of 3 Academy
Awards crafting split-screen images to capture the overlapping drama and
orchestrating you-are-there POV camerawork to intensify the hard-driving
thrills. Nearly 30 top drivers take part in the excitement, so buckle up, movie
fans. Race with the best to the head of the pack.
A documentary, compiled by Neville Hay, on the age when motor racing came of age, leading to Aston Martin's year of triumph in
1959. Featuring Ascari, Fangio, Moss, Hawthorn, Collins and Musso with Ferrari, Mercedes, Lancia and Maserati.
The official FIA review of the 1997 Formula 1 World Championship, featuring on board cameras from all the leading cars and of course all 17 great races in Jacques
Villeneuve's first Formula One title season.
An impressive visual encyclopaedia, The World's Greatest F1 Cars covers the first 50 years of Formula One racing. The DVD begins with the stories of the Bugatti T51 and the
Delage GP, which were basically stripped-down sports cars. Grand Prix aficionados will be thrilled with the detailed footage and narration on 103 cars ranging from early models like the Alfa Romeo 158, in which Giuseppe "Nino" Farina roared to the first F1 world title, to the Lotus 72 Ford
(1970), which was the first car to try to achieve better aerodynamic downforce through body design, to the modern Ferrari 1996-2000. The DVD can be watched as a whole or can be broken down car by car. Also included is a "Classic F1 Experience" in which you race along via a camera
mounted above the driver's helmet. The World's Greatest F1 Cars is an amazingly thorough ride through F1 history.
The story of the marque from Maranello in celebration of their 50th anniversary. No other car has generated such passion, vibrancy and glamour than these
crimson racers and their creator. With full access to 50th anniversary events in Europe and America, every facet of Ferrari's superb road and race history is explored. These 4 programs, now available on DVD, are complimented by an interactive fact file, featuring over 100 significant
Ferrari models. You can go straight to moving footage of each car OR access their technical details and racing history. Featuring: "The Grand Prix Winners," "Champion Sports Racers," "The Great GT Cars," and "Sportscars and Supercars."