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“Racing through Time” is an exceptional series entailing the sensational beginnings of a much-loved global sport. From the grease and glamour to the danger and thrills, this is an action packed, fact filled tour of the world of motor racing, featuring in-depth stories on the legends of motor racing, the high-performance machines, the men behind the wheel, and the circuits that have made history. “The Racing Years 1960s” combines rare colour archive and newsreel footage, expert commentary, and entertaining period newsreel narration to bring you a fascinating and comprehensive look at motor racing during the 1960s. The 1960s dawned with the Formula 1 scene firmly centred on Britain. Defending world champion Jack Brabham and Stirling Moss continued their duel, as Lotus and Cooper became the front running cars. However in 1962 Brabham left Cooper to set up his own team and Stirling Moss announced his retirement following an horrific accident while travelling at 105mph. Ferrari continued to dominate the Le Mans series but as the decade moved on the Formula 1 championship went from strength to strength with Brabham continuing to enjoy much success, with his Repco engine dominating the field. All the famous names of 1960s motor sport are featured, including Ferrari, Cooper, Lotus, Moss, Brabham, Stewart, and many, many more.

Racing Through Time - The Racing Years 1965 - 1969

  • Jason Fenwick

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