The film tells the story of the golden age of grand prix motor racing when the cars were sleek, fast and dangerous; a time when the drivers became rock stars and money poured into the sport from television and sponsoring deals. 1960s through the 1970s Formula One witnessed a staggering number of deaths on the track as the circuit became a playground for daredevils and playboys. Those who survived began a revolution that saved countless lives and fought for innovation in safety and engineering that launched Formula One in the modern era.
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- Paul Crowder
- Michael Shevloff, Nigel Sinclair
- Mark Monroe
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