Since you’re reading DRIVEN, it seems safe to assume that you’ve either a) seen the incredible F1 biopic that is Rush at least once or b) stumbled upon this page by accident.
Either way, you should know that if you happen to crave more classic F1, the creators of Dog Town and the Z-Boys and Riding Giants dive deeper into the golden age of F1 with their new-to-iTunes documentary, simply named 1.
The film goes behind the scenes with archival footage and commentary from drivers of every era since F1’s inception in 1950. One takeaway: the sport has made huge leaps and bounds in the way of safety, which gives you a real sense of how insanely ballsy these guys really were.
The Golden Age of F1: where the sex was safer than the driving…
- Posted October 11, 2013
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