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A look back at the incredible career of 1970 world champion Jochen Rindt, 50 years after becoming F1's only posthumous World Champion, we speak to those who knew him well - including Sir Jackie Stewart and Helmut Marko.
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  1. Menschen Gegen 5G

    Menschen Gegen 5G

    Dag geleden

    Seems weird to beep out a bit of light swearing when covering such a brutal, bloody topic.

  2. Joseph Leiper

    Joseph Leiper

    2 dagen geleden

    Excellent. Definitely get Tremayne's "Uncrowned King." It's a proper biography with many great photos, most of which I hadn't seen. Even better, IMO, is Adam Cooper's book "Piers Courage - Last of The Gentleman Racers." Same publisher/format as Tremayne's. Great narrative of the 1960's Anglo-European racing scene. Frank Williams is a major presence, along with Courage, Stewart, Rindt, et al. My dad and I were in the main grandstand at Watkins Glen first weekend in October 1969. I took a photo of Tex Hopkins mid-leap dropping the checkered flag on Rindt. Four of the top six finishers that day died in race cars: Rindt, Courage, Rodriguez, Moser. Surtees and Brabham made it to old age... Northeastern U.S. autumns--brisk, colorful; melancholy. Wish I was there now, young with many years ahead of me. We so often don't appreciate what we have.

  3. Jonathan Gee

    Jonathan Gee

    2 dagen geleden

    A brilliant documentary to mark the 50th anniversary of Jochen's death and the re-publication of David Tremayne's wonderful biography of Rindt. Not mentioned in the film - but in the book - is the key involvement and patronage of the late Roy Winkelmann whose privately-entered British Racing Green 'Winkelmann Racing' cars took Jochen to so many F2 victories in the late '60s, paving the way for his successful F1 career.

  4. Darthography

    Darthography

    3 dagen geleden

    Thank you - wonderful

  5. Richard Wilton

    Richard Wilton

    5 dagen geleden

    Great programme. One of my childhood heroes. The first F1 race I ever attended was the 1969 International Trophy at SIlverstone. (In those days there were a couple of non-championship races between the South African GP and the start of the European F1 season). Rindt in one of his first drives for Lotus was chasing down Jack Brabham in the wet and finished a couple of seconds behind him in a thrilling finish. My Dad and I learned who Jochen Rindt was on that day. I saw his race long duel with Stewart at the British GP later that year, and saw the famous win over Brabham the next year at Brands Hatch. By then he seemed invincible, but he only had a couple of months to live.

  6. izmangr

    izmangr

    5 dagen geleden

    appreciate for uploading RIP Jochen

  7. André Jacques

    André Jacques

    6 dagen geleden

    I am a Cristian, I do not like Cannon or Pachelbel, I Will Laid down in peace in a sepultura whit a number 97, Rest in peace friend. Eu sou Cristão eu jamais serei cremado!

  8. Mário Machado

    Mário Machado

    7 dagen geleden

    Jochen was a very special fórmula one pilot! RIP

  9. Yardbird68

    Yardbird68

    7 dagen geleden

    Enjoyed this to no end! I first thought this was an older docu, until Helmut Marko mention Covid. Wonderful listening to Jackie talk about his friend and as he mention the "true" friendships that were present in his days of motor racing, unlike today. I will totally admit, this is the era of motor racing I love; 1965 - 1975, though I watched F1 until about 1990's. I try now and then to watch F1 today, but it's not the same. Especially the cars, which speaking ONLY for myself are TOTALLY ugly. with too many little down force devices everywhere. Anyway, thank you Sky Sport F1 for posting this!! Cheers

  10. Anssi Koskinen

    Anssi Koskinen

    7 dagen geleden

    Who was the first Finn ever to lift the F1 world championship trophy? Not Keke Rosberg, but Nina Rindt.

  11. Jorge Medina

    Jorge Medina

    8 dagen geleden

    I know Helmut Marko as the ruthless Red Bull advisor, seeing him choking when talking about his friend broke me.

  12. pezzyy9999

    pezzyy9999

    8 dagen geleden

    I was 11 years old in 1970 and a great Rindt/Lotus Fan. When I read "Jochen Rindt tot" on the cover of the "Kleine Zeitung" (Austrian newspaper), I couldn`t believe it, so sad!

  13. Sunanda Kesavadas

    Sunanda Kesavadas

    9 dagen geleden

    Very nice documentary. Good insight into F1 back then. It was like people tied together by any profession - friends, families, comfort in difficult times, companionship for the good days. Good to know about Jochen Rindt.

  14. Klaus Kluger

    Klaus Kluger

    9 dagen geleden

    RIP Jochen Rind ein großartiger Mensch ein Talent der Superklasse. Leider musste er viel zu früh gehen

  15. gary kitson

    gary kitson

    11 dagen geleden

    Miss you Jochen 🌹

  16. GJ B

    GJ B

    12 dagen geleden

    Know your factsd dear Steve Jacky pulled out to let Fittipaldi win but don't forget that Jacky Ickx had obligations to the Ferrari team ans sponsors!!! , so yeah he won a few GP's , but like I said pretended to have a problem which was not the case , and let Rindt get his deserved championship , great sportmanship of Ickx!!!!!!!!!!

  17. Salvatore Richichi

    Salvatore Richichi

    12 dagen geleden

    I never forgotten how good he was, always placed him as one of the fastest, definitely a born champion .

  18. SabuPtolemy

    SabuPtolemy

    14 dagen geleden

    Colin Chapman basically got the two best F1 drivers of the 60s - Rindt and Clark - killed! He was a reckless criminal!

  19. Rez #44

    Rez #44

    16 dagen geleden

    +

  20. Graeme Jensen

    Graeme Jensen

    16 dagen geleden

    A wonderful tribute to great driver and to the fraternity that existed in Formula 1 in those days. Always a pleasure to hear Sir Jackie speak. I only saw Jochen drive once, at Warwick farm, Sydney in the Tasman Series in February 1969. The conditions were deplorable with heavy rain and limited visibility. Jochen won the race and left everyone in his wake. The newspaper headline the next day read "Rainmaster Rindt", and that what he was. He was then and remains a hero to me.

    • steve elliott

      steve elliott

      12 dagen geleden

      his exploits in the tasman series arnt widely known . especially so for chris amon , won the tasman series , beating the very best in 2.5 litre cars . but couldnt win one GP .

  21. Roberto EF

    Roberto EF

    16 dagen geleden

    And then Fittipaldi started to win...

  22. branco6942

    branco6942

    19 dagen geleden

    Every insider knows that Jacky Ickx let Jochen win the title posthumous!! Ickx was to much a true gentleman to steal away the championship from a dead driver, Jochen really deserved the championship in season 1970!!! R.I.P. Jochen...................

  23. Brian Houry

    Brian Houry

    21 dag geleden

    Wait why did they remove the rear wing on Rindt’s Lotus at Monza??

    • steve elliott

      steve elliott

      12 dagen geleden

      wings add downforce in corners , but increase the wind resistance on the straights . Monza in those days had no chicanes , very long straights , and all the corners were very high speed , so the wings didnt offer much advantage . removing them helped get a higher top speed , to try and match the more powerful ferraris . running without wings , or having them set at a very slight angle , was common then at monza

    • Aussie Cockatoo

      Aussie Cockatoo

      12 dagen geleden

      Looking for an edge. Simple as that.

  24. Rob Simer

    Rob Simer

    21 dag geleden

    My name is Robert Wayne Rindt and Jochen will always be famous in our family.

  25. Jorge Becerra

    Jorge Becerra

    22 dagen geleden

    Please i need the full documentary called "The lost generation" about Tom Pryce , Tony Brise and Roger Williamson.

  26. afe nijmeijer

    afe nijmeijer

    22 dagen geleden

    David Tremayne. The ultimate Ayrton Senna hater.

  27. Mauro Oliveira

    Mauro Oliveira

    22 dagen geleden

    Emerson Fittipaldi gets emotional even today, when remembers him

  28. Charles Hart

    Charles Hart

    22 dagen geleden

    Excellent!

  29. highlandrider

    highlandrider

    23 dagen geleden

    Wow can you imagine the current f1 'drivers' driving an F2 car around the old lethal Ring and describing it as a pussy cat Fantastic Different times different men

  30. highlandrider

    highlandrider

    23 dagen geleden

    I can't make out a word helmut is saying

  31. JB91710

    JB91710

    23 dagen geleden

    I know where I was when I heard. Sitting in the front seat of a friend's car with a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken in my lap. He said, "Who is that race car driver you are always talking about? Jochen Rindt, I heard he died."

  32. johnniemagic

    johnniemagic

    24 dagen geleden

    unsung hero of motor racing

  33. heliumtrophy

    heliumtrophy

    24 dagen geleden

    I think Jackie was trying to say that being in F1 was like one big family. That story of how Piers Courage's wife Sarah takes a plane to Geneva to comfort Nina is heartbreakingly poignant. Such a selfless thing to do but bloody hell beautiful at the same time. A real friend.

  34. Matti Orava

    Matti Orava

    25 dagen geleden

    I saw Jochen in Lauttasaari Helsinki in the mid 60s when I was a little boy. Ninas father had a racing garage next door and they were photographed there. I have been a racing fan ever since

  35. sifkn

    sifkn

    25 dagen geleden

    Sir Jackie Stewart is one of the great drivers who survived, but I think this cost a lot in his inner self, because he saw many friends die must go to many Funerals and wasnt in any war. That's why today's racer Sir Jacky Stewart would have to thank him after every race for doing so much for safety and sending him 20% of the paycheck after each season. What I always ask myself did Colin Chapman ever had a bad conscience or could he fall asleep badly, because his thinking cost many drivers their lives because he built as easily as possible and often broke the parts and driver die like Jochen Rindt. Britain have James Hunt and we in Austria have Jochen Rindt Pop Stars in F1

    • sifkn

      sifkn

      25 dagen geleden

      So i ask myself why YT deleted, RIP to all Drivers who lost their life in the Sport they and we love, unfortunately many top drivers have to die that has been taken care of safety Sorry for my english isnt my native language, why YT why u delete these lines

  36. Armin Weber

    Armin Weber

    25 dagen geleden

    For me, Jochen will be never forgotten!

  37. oranjelicht

    oranjelicht

    26 dagen geleden

    So funny helmut is all part of f1 history. From 70s till now

  38. C. Wind

    C. Wind

    26 dagen geleden

    Great documetary and very well done. I was F-1 fan until Jochen Rindt died so tragically and then I said goodbye to F-1 and so many were killed so meaninglessly. Jim Clark was a big shock and when Jochen Rindt also died I was done with F-1 for many years.

  39. Gerhard Nigl

    Gerhard Nigl

    26 dagen geleden

    Thanks a lot for this documentary! I am an austrian. For me is Jochen forever!

  40. vs800rider

    vs800rider

    28 dagen geleden

    When Jochen died I had had enough. My two heroes, Clark in 1968 and Rindt in 1970, had died through no fault of their own. Never paid as much attention to racing, particularly F1 which had been my favorite.

    • TheThirdMan

      TheThirdMan

      10 dagen geleden

      I went through the same thing in 1982. Two drivers dead and one maimed. That was enough for me.

  41. eziukasLT

    eziukasLT

    29 dagen geleden

    He was crowned ! He was crowned, but posthumously, unique in the history of F1

  42. robert alexander ho

    robert alexander ho

    29 dagen geleden

    Jochen along with Jim Clark are the very very best !!!!

  43. tiger0jp

    tiger0jp

    29 dagen geleden

    Wonderful documentary about a tremendous character

  44. Luke Albanese

    Luke Albanese

    29 dagen geleden

    Jochen, non te dimenticare

  45. Martin McFarlane

    Martin McFarlane

    Maand geleden

    Jackie- " They never stopped a race" Jackie you could have stopped, you saw the cars on fire

  46. David Grove

    David Grove

    Maand geleden

    Never forgotten in my circles I have no doubt that had he lived he would have won multiple W championship's

  47. Due_

    Due_

    Maand geleden

    thank you for sharing this. A truly great documentary

  48. Miles Green

    Miles Green

    Maand geleden

    Brilliant documentary. Thanks very much!

  49. Ralonso

    Ralonso

    Maand geleden

    The one moment we are here.. the next one we are gone. R. I. P. Jochen Rindt

  50. PRINZ EUGEN

    PRINZ EUGEN

    Maand geleden

    Jochen Rindt , der James Dean unter den F1 Piloten . Er ist und bleibt unvergessen . 👍✌👍

  51. Mark Chamberlain

    Mark Chamberlain

    Maand geleden

    Thank you Sky Sports for the great job. He was one of my heroes growing up. I was at the Glen in 1969 and 1970. Some one in the winner’s circle in 70 held up a “Jochen Lives” arm band after Emerson won. Very emotional....😬😥

  52. pascal laurent

    pascal laurent

    Maand geleden

    Jochen un pilote flamboyant, merci pour ce documentaire !

  53. Peter Lisyak

    Peter Lisyak

    Maand geleden

    But lets not forget that Jackie Stewart was the man who pushed for more and more safety track features though out his career because of the loss of so many drivers through the years

    • steve elliott

      steve elliott

      12 dagen geleden

      and a lot of drivers were against him for that . jacky ickx for one .

  54. Harvest Moon Radio

    Harvest Moon Radio

    Maand geleden

    Was one of my childhood hero's and this brought back the memories from that day. Sadly we lost 3 great drivers in Lotus cars - Jim Clark, Jochen Rindt and Ronnie Peterson. F1 lost it's grip on me when Ronnie died - thankfully so much safer now but dare I say it also less exciting in a way.

  55. MILESperSMILES

    MILESperSMILES

    Maand geleden

    Come on guys this video deserves more than 25k views!! Rip rindt we shall never forget you sir!

  56. John Tasker

    John Tasker

    Maand geleden

    One of my heroes for sure.

  57. Tom Smith

    Tom Smith

    Maand geleden

    I wasn't a big Rindt fan, but I did think he ws one of the best of his era. Damned fast and exciting to watch, but at the same time, you wondered if he would survive F1.

  58. gutto rocha

    gutto rocha

    Maand geleden

    Excent Work! They could have brought Emerson Fittipaldi tô the doc, he was Jochen's last team mate and has amazig stories about those days

  59. Jeff Kayton

    Jeff Kayton

    Maand geleden

    Sky Sports F1, you have produced an outstanding documentary on Jochen Rindt, thank you to everyone involved!

  60. Peter Lovett

    Peter Lovett

    Maand geleden

    Thank you for making and posting this tribute. While watching it, it reminds you of what a blood sport motor racing was and just how far we have come regarding safety. People call for a return to the good old days but they weren't, not for the drivers.

  61. Rex Stetson

    Rex Stetson

    Maand geleden

    When Sir Jackie describes having to drive through fire because races weren't stopped back then, this is just one of the reasons why I think it is impossible to compare drivers of different generations. Drivers today race very different cars, under very different conditions. One of the reasons Lewis Hamilton will likely end up with every major F1 record, is because he raced in an era that allowed him to live long enough to do so.

    • Daz555Daz

      Daz555Daz

      9 dagen geleden

      @steve elliott Covid. There are no crowds in 2020.

    • TheThirdMan

      TheThirdMan

      10 dagen geleden

      Maybe. Things happen to some drivers and not to others. Some people's luck ran out. Others didn't. But I think it's important that people look at that era and, whatever the highlight and memories, we are grateful that fatalities are now very rare in F1 or indeed, most forms of motorsport. Unfortunately though, a lot of people view this as a negative and see people like Hamilton as lesser champions because they are not facing the same level of personal risk. We have people like Jackie Stewart to thank for that. Why should people continue to die? Another thing that's interesting to me, in particular, is that in those day, drivers generally started later in life. IIRC, Ricardo Rodriguez was the exception, in that he was 19 when he started and only 20 when he died. Jack Brabham was 44 when he retired in 1970. These days, older drivers seem to be the exception rather than the rule. But I think it highlights how big a part luck played.

    • steve elliott

      steve elliott

      12 dagen geleden

      and they have so many races these days , in these ridiculous countries where no-one seems to be in the crowd

    • Christian Kunze

      Christian Kunze

      15 dagen geleden

      I am 63 years old and a long Time F1 Fan. I agree with every word you've written. My tip: you might want to watch the Movie "Hunt". A true Story about James Hunt and Niki Lauda. These Days skiing is more dangerous then piloting an F1 car...

  62. Frank the NOOB

    Frank the NOOB

    Maand geleden

    I absolutely love how the old school F1 drivers talk about their fellow competitors with the utmost respect. Back then they were rivals but they had mutual respect knowing that some of them may not make it home at the end of the day. You don’t get that with today’s competitors

    • heliumtrophy

      heliumtrophy

      24 dagen geleden

      Yeah it's a rare sight these days and is one of the aspects I miss really is the gentlemanly nature of the sport. Sure they want to beat each other but after all's said and done they have fun together because of the nature of the sport, you'd never know when it was your last.

  63. benny hygum

    benny hygum

    Maand geleden

    I started following motorsport in 1967. My first idol was Jim Clark. My second was Jochen Rindt. The third was Ronnie Peterson, and the fourth and final was Ayrton Senna. Several times I almost gave up following the sport. I felt it devastating when these my heroes were meaningless killed. Jochen in my mind is easily among the ten best formula 1 drivers of all times

    • aydan khaliq

      aydan khaliq

      6 dagen geleden

      @Yeolde GamerSteve well, that's bad for non mercedes fans lol

    • Yeolde GamerSteve

      Yeolde GamerSteve

      6 dagen geleden

      @aydan khaliq Nah, I despise Mercedes.

    • aydan khaliq

      aydan khaliq

      6 dagen geleden

      @Yeolde GamerSteve hopefully you're a Hamilton fan of you're still watching F1.

    • Yeolde GamerSteve

      Yeolde GamerSteve

      Maand geleden

      @benny hygum yeah definitely

    • benny hygum

      benny hygum

      Maand geleden

      @Yeolde GamerSteve I find that the sport was so much better in so many ways back then. But the horrific numbers of dead drivers I sure wish we could have been spared.

  64. Kevin Lockhart

    Kevin Lockhart

    Maand geleden

    Rest in peace Herr Rindt. We fellows and fans of Formula 1 will make sure your legacy never goes unremembered.

  65. elle durnan

    elle durnan

    Maand geleden

    Beautiful. Thank you x

  66. Mel Moore

    Mel Moore

    Maand geleden

    Thanks so much for showing this documentary, really one of the forgotten characters of formula one, a superb driver and a very nice guy.

  67. Jones Kendrick

    Jones Kendrick

    Maand geleden

    Terrific program. I saw Stewart, Cevert, Hobbs, Hulme, McLaren, etc., race. Rindt was very fast... maybe the pure fastest of the group. Like Sir Jackie says he was "adventurous" on track and you could never quite tell if he was really in control. The improvements in safety today are light years removed from the extremely dangerous sport F1 once was. Those days seem so very far away now and I think thankfully.

    • Stuart Britton

      Stuart Britton

      6 dagen geleden

      I think you're right, but what would it have been like if the safety standards were as high as today, and noone had died? Would it have been so boring? Today's Formula one is so boring, and evil, that I don't bother watching it any more. The drivers are all arrogant narcissists, I believe. Money and political propaganda has ruined everything.

  68. Francis Storin

    Francis Storin

    Maand geleden

    Excellent documentary. Actually indiactes how big an influence Rindt was and the influence he COULD have been.

  69. Rick Hoover

    Rick Hoover

    Maand geleden

    That was awesome. Such respect for a fantastic racing car driver!

  70. Stuart Morris

    Stuart Morris

    Maand geleden

    Beautiful piece. Very BBC like. Great shots, sincere voiceovers, high quality. Well done sky

  71. 2007MXV

    2007MXV

    Maand geleden

    Thank you!

  72. Nico Nesta

    Nico Nesta

    Maand geleden

    Nice to hear this story I did not even know this name....

  73. dilthanas

    dilthanas

    Maand geleden

    i also would like to thank you for loading this documentary. i grew up with my father driving in Formula Libre, and going to meetings as a very young child with the drivers of the era. My father loved watching Jochen, Piers and Innes more than any others and when Jochen died my father was depressed for some time. In those days the atmosphere around all racing was fun, friends and lack of commercial involvement for the crowd, those involved and the drivers

  74. RRaquello

    RRaquello

    Maand geleden

    One of the ironies is that Rindt said he didn't like Indianapolis, thought it was a death trap, didn't like racing there and only did it for the money (at the time, Indy paid the biggest purses in the world). Then, after a couple of perfectly safe runs at Indianapolis, he got killed in an F1 race. A lot of F1 guys have run at Indy, but I can only think of one who got killed there-Mike Spence. And that was in what looked to be a relatively benign impact with the wall where he got hit by a loose tire. In fact, the only two F1 drivers who were killed in Indy Car races (Spence and Justin Wilson) were both killed by getting killed by crash debris, which is more bad luck than the nature of Indy Car itself.

    • steve elliott

      steve elliott

      12 dagen geleden

      and mike spence was in a lotus as well

  75. paul torr

    paul torr

    Maand geleden

    It is understandable that Jackie championed driver safety after watching this ,a driver dead on the track and they carried on racing was utter madness

  76. BlueFlag Alpha

    BlueFlag Alpha

    Maand geleden

    Just watched it yesterday on tv

  77. GJ B

    GJ B

    Maand geleden

    Jochen deserved the Championship he had the best car in the brand new lotus 72 and Jochen had in his five wins , two times a whole lot of luck with Jack Brabham , that and the fact that the Ferrari and the Tyrell team were very unreliable made Jochen the number 1 that perticular season but............. let's not forget Jacky Ickx , the Gentleman Jacky Ickx , who was able to take away the title from Jochen but he refused to do so!! Even Nina Rindt wrote a personal "thank you" letter to Ickx for letting Jochen Rindt win pothumous the Wordl title , so all credits to Jacky Ickx for being such a good sport!! Jacky Stewart was a hypocrit because he tried to grasp the Championship but after failing to get enough points , all of a sudden Stewart said that it would be a bloody shame if Rindt was surpassed bij Ickx , Stewart forget to tell in all honesty that he himself tried to surpass Rindt 45 points !! very hypocrit of J Stewart!!!!!!!!!

    • Richard Wilton

      Richard Wilton

      3 dagen geleden

      @GJ B Stewart was never in contention for the championship in 1970. After the Dutch GP his challenge faded away. By the time Rindt died he was only 5th in the standings. Which journalist? Jenkinson?

    • GJ B

      GJ B

      4 dagen geleden

      @Richard Wilton it was the opinion of the Journalists of the day in 1970 and you believe those Journalists made it up??? they were into the matter!!!

    • Richard Wilton

      Richard Wilton

      5 dagen geleden

      What a load of nonsense about Stewart. Tyrell was running a March that year which wasn't competitive. Stewart only won one race all year. It's one thing not to know the facts, another thing to state wrong facts so vehemently, and much worse to insult one of the greats of motorsport on the basis of wrong facts. Read up about it, then consider carefully, and then write an opinion. Then people might consider your opinion as being worht something.

    • primus caligula

      primus caligula

      9 dagen geleden

      @steve elliott the whole comment is completely off the mark. Ickx has gone on record saying that it was right that Jochen became World Champion and it wouldn't have felt right to win it for him just because Rindt passed away. In no way Ickx ever said something like he lost the championship on purpose nor did Stewart say anything like that. Rindt won fair and square against a field full of great competitors and had he lived he would have done it by an impressive margin.

    • steve elliott

      steve elliott

      12 dagen geleden

      jackie ickx won the following canadian grand prix , came forth at the following US GP , and won the last race at mexico . that doesnt seem to be the actions of someone who didnt want to be world champion . what driver would just " let " another diver win the title ? plus , if the ferrari was unreliable as you say , how did ickx go so close to being champion ?

  78. CletusNifler

    CletusNifler

    Maand geleden

    I feel the newer generations do not appreciate old f1 as much. I mean look at the views only 8k atm. if it was "Senna" or "schumacher" it would have tons

  79. Aj King

    Aj King

    Maand geleden

    Great Documentary. Would love to see more of these The onboard footage from those days is just fascinating to see

  80. Ragin' Caucasian

    Ragin' Caucasian

    Maand geleden

    Please give Brundle a pop filter next time

  81. willwalshe

    willwalshe

    Maand geleden

    What a brilliant video. Seriously wonderful. I'm in my 30's, and have only followed F1 since the mid 90's, but damn this had me in tears by the end. The sense of loss that I get from Jackie talking about all these old friends/comrades that he had to watch die, it's utterly heartbreaking. There's something so emotionally devastating about seeing him live on into old age, while all these friends of his are stuck, frozen in time. Makes all of his efforts for F1 safety all the more poignant. And it also achieved the impossible, it humanised and made me feel emotional for Helmut Marko...and Bernie?! Seriously, an excellent video. Thank you to all involved. We need more of these please. And someone needs to sit down with Jackie Stewart, talk to him about the old days, and just let the tape roll and roll and roll....what a remarkable man. A true treasure.

    • Nickesh Chauhan

      Nickesh Chauhan

      28 dagen geleden

      If you haven't seen it, watch BBC4's documentary F1 The Killer Years, all about this time period, very touching

  82. Brian Asciak

    Brian Asciak

    Maand geleden

    when hear Sir Jackie saying race kept going & driving into the flames. Crazy. Jackie did so much for safety cant imagine 10% of today drivers would think to drive in F1.

    • Gumption

      Gumption

      26 dagen geleden

      And unfortunately for Jackie, it didn't stop there. A few years later he would lose Francois Cevert the weekend of his last race before retiring from F1.

    • Nickesh Chauhan

      Nickesh Chauhan

      28 dagen geleden

      If you haven't seen it, watch BBC4's documentary F1 The Killer Years, all about this time period and the safety/death, very touching

  83. Afradh Ahamed

    Afradh Ahamed

    Maand geleden

    thank you for not region locking this, like you usually do.

  84. Victor Kent

    Victor Kent

    Maand geleden

    Great tribute to a driver. Tough times in those days

  85. paul5114

    paul5114

    Maand geleden

    Wonderful documentary and a great tribute to a forgotten champion

  86. Werner Bednarzik

    Werner Bednarzik

    Maand geleden

    Jochen Rindt: one of the most spectacular and charismatic drivers Formula 1 ever had. Monza, 5th Sep. 1970, goes down in history as one of the most tragic events ever in Motorsport. And as far as ranking goes: Jochen Rindt without a doubt belongs in the Top-Twenty best F1 drivers of all time. R.i.P. Jochen Rindt!

    • Werner Bednarzik

      Werner Bednarzik

      6 dagen geleden

      @jonnifjader Did you know that Jochen Rindt interviewed Ronnie Peterson before the latter's very first F1 race in Monaco 1970 which Rindt won on his way to the Championship?

    • jonnifjader

      jonnifjader

      6 dagen geleden

      Jochen Rindt: one of the most spectacular and charismatic drivers Formula 1 ever had - Along with Ronnie Peterson!!

  87. House Nebula

    House Nebula

    Maand geleden

    Never knew Helmut was friends with anyone.

  88. mrtickle

    mrtickle

    Maand geleden

    Thanks for this upload. I've tried downloading it from in "On Demand" over 10 times and it keeps failing. No problems with any other OD download. So this is the only possible way to view it anyway!

  89. Plymouth Rock

    Plymouth Rock

    Maand geleden

    Safety seemed an after thought back then. Such a shame how so many greats didn't see retirement, truley trail blazers

  90. Sidz

    Sidz

    Maand geleden

    Always thought footage from such periods was scarce but look at this. I’m amazed. I love this.

    • Ian

      Ian

      11 dagen geleden

      There is a database that you can search for media on old races. I was amazed at the content.

  91. Shamit Gudur

    Shamit Gudur

    Maand geleden

    Fun fact: In 1970 Jochen won every race he started in.

    • Peter Wenger

      Peter Wenger

      Maand geleden

      No he didn't. He had DNFs in Spain, Belgium and Austria and a 13th place at the first race in South Africa. He won all the races where he scored points in though.

  92. Stephen Boot

    Stephen Boot

    Maand geleden

    Really well done piece, thanks.

  93. Abc Def

    Abc Def

    Maand geleden

    I just started watching this And i already wanna thank you for uploading this great document for everyone to watch I'm sure it took you a long time to put this together but by sharing it like this you are keeping memory of legends like jochen alive And therefore f1 and the f1 community will owe you forever love you sky sports❤❤❤

    • goodwood1052221

      goodwood1052221

      Maand geleden

      agree with every word you typed

  94. ab8jeh

    ab8jeh

    Maand geleden

    Thank you for posting this without adverts. A fascinating tribute, would have loved to see him grow old. Shame that Chapman pushed things too far. Edit: the ads have appeared.

    • M Phelps

      M Phelps

      Maand geleden

      Brave browser anyone?

    • mrtickle

      mrtickle

      Maand geleden

      Ads will be down to NLcameras, not under the uploader's control unfortunately.

  95. Xaniss

    Xaniss

    Maand geleden

    Never knew Helmut was friends with him lol

    • Andy Bailey

      Andy Bailey

      Maand geleden

      And was his inspiration into motorsport

  96. josh james

    josh james

    Maand geleden

    It was sad to see him GO 😭

  97. The Midget Man

    The Midget Man

    Maand geleden

    First

    • aydan khaliq

      aydan khaliq

      6 dagen geleden

      Lol

    • Nathan Bennett

      Nathan Bennett

      Maand geleden

      Not the right video man

  98. jack tollitt

    jack tollitt

    Maand geleden

    He was gone too soon.... Would of been great to see what he could have archived...

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