tells the story of the Grand Prix car that raced for six seasons, something unheard of in today’s Formula 1.
Winning two Drivers' Championships in 1970 and 1972 with
plus a Constructors' Championship in 1973, the '72 rightly deserves the accolade as one of the greatest racing cars of all time.
This documentary features newly filmed interviews with drivers
Team Lotus Team Manager
and a plethora of Lotus mechanics and luminaries.
Running across two discs, the first of which contains the main documentary with the second disc containing numerous extra items that didn't quite make it into the main programme.
Disc Two contains items such as John Miles explaining ‘anti-squat’ and ‘anti-dive’, Lotus truckie Vic McCarthy recounts the two Lotus transporter accidents of 1972,
tell us what the team had to do to get through scrutineering after the 1970 British Grand Prix win and saloon car legend
gives us twenty minutes of stories of his best friend
this plus many more.
All of the library material in the programmes, stills and film, is previously unseen.
You can order this set exclusively through this website at a price of: £19.99.
Total running time for both discs is 4 hours and 18 minutes.
Disc 1: 1 hour 55 minutes.
Disc 2: 2 hours 23 minutes.
With the first 150 orders you will also receive an original motorsport‐themed postcard, similar to the ones above, taken from my own collection.