This box set features a complete and comprehensive review of Formula One Racing throughout the 1970's.
Formula One Review 1970: 1970 was a year of transition in Grand Prix racing; the season that pitched the old guard against a feisty new breed of racers intent on pushing Formula One forward into the new decade.
Formula One Review 1971: This was the year of the Stewart-Tyrrell double-act. However, Ferrari was still the team to beat. 1971 was the year the tyre-war intensified as the first slicks hit the tarmac, and driver safety became a genuine concern.
Formula One Review 1972: All eyes were on the defending champion Jackie Stewart and expectations were high that he would repeat the total domination of the previous year. However, there was another driver intent on stealing his crown: Emerson Fittipaldi.
Formula One Review 1973: Emerson Fittipaldi was the reigning champion. But there was no question regarding the intention of his biggest rival, Jackie Stewart, who had lost his title to the Brazilian and wanted it back.
Formula One Review 1974: 1974 was the year of change in Formula One. Defending champion Jackie Stewart had retired from racing, creating a power vacuum that sucked a host of racers, old and new, into the battle for the Championship.
Formula One Review 1975: 1975 was the year the prancing horse got its spring back. The early decade had been a challenging period for Ferrari, as they struggled to find a body shape that would do justice to the brute force of the V12 engine. Enter Niki Lauda and his brand new car - the Ferrari 312T; an irresistible combination that would prove to be unstoppable.
Formula One Review 1976: A film which highlights that extraordinary season for James Hunt, from the early frustration to the hard-giving triumph on the final race.
Formula One Review 1977: A crash in the 1976 German Grand Prix cost Niki Lauda his championship and nearly his life. The 1977 championship gave him the opportunity to prove what an incredible driver he really was.
Formula One Review 1978: Highlights of the 1978 Grand Prix season and Mario Andretti's World Championship victory.
Formula One Review 1979: The 1979 Grand Prix season was more than the turning point between two decades: it was the end of one motor racing era and the beginning of another... its thrust being engineering technology, rather than driving technique. The Ferraris finished first and second in the World Championship, Jody Scheckter securing the title. Two of racing's great names, Niki Lauda and James Hunt retired before the season's end.
Release Date: 20 September 2004
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification
Running Time: 520 minutes
Main Language: English