F1 » Rush set for world premiere


The story of the 1976 F1 season finally hits the big screen, with a world premiere in London's Leicester Square tonight (Monday).

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richard

September 04, 2013 11:10 AM

saw some trailers for it. I think there is a lot of artistic licence involved. but some of the genuine footage reminds us of what real f1 racing should be about. watch the shots of lauda flying on the nordschleife!

Googolplex

September 05, 2013 1:16 PM

I'm looking forward to it. Another classic, if you haven't seen it, is 'Grand Prix' with James Garner which gives you a great sense of what it was like to drive and be around F1 cars in the 60's, with alot of real footage and cameo appearances from the likes of Grahma Hill, Phil Hill, Lorenzo Bandini, and Jo Bonnier.

Mark _

September 05, 2013 4:20 PM

@Googolplex - Grand Prix is a great movie. I have it on LaserDisc and it is the only reason that I still keep my old LaserDisc player. I should probably just buy the BluRay version and finally retire that old behemoth.

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