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F1 Review 1979 Maranello Mastery DVD
F1 Review 1979 Maranello Mastery

F1 Review 1979 Maranello Mastery

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1979 saw Carlos Reutemann move to partner Mario Andretti at Lotus as Jody Scheckter took his seat at Ferrari. Wolf filled the gap left by Scheckter with James Hunt, and McLaren gave John Watson a drive in place of Hunt. The type 79 'wing car' had offered Lotus a great advantage in aerodynamic grip during the previous season. But for this year, many of the teams had incorporated the technology into their designs. Over the first two races Ligier appeared to have made up the most ground with Jacques Laffite taking the victories. In round 3, Ferrari laid down the team's intentions, giving the new 312T4 model it's successful debut. As the season progressed Williams' reliability improved and Alan Jones demonstrated the team's pace, winning four out of the last six races. For Williams and Jones it was too little too late. The consistent performances from the Ferrari team had paid off, and despite only having three victories throughout the season, Scheckter took the title. 1979 also saw Formula One say it's goodbyes to two of the decade's greatest characters: James Hunt and Niki Lauda. Hunt quit racing after the Monaco Grand Prix claiming to be fed up with Formula One, and Lauda retired at the penultimate Grand Prix in Montreal. Brunswick films were pioneers in the embryonic days of Formula One production, when sponsors controlled the demand for footage, and before the era of global TV coverage began. They have skillfully combined film from their famous archive to create a review that captures the essence of a very special era in Grand Prix racing.
Title: F1 Review 1979 Maranello Mastery
Genre: Sports
Studio: Duke Marketing
Release Date: 10/23/2012
Product Type: DVD
UPC: 5017559101947
Item #: 372971X

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