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Bobby Deerfield, Movie, 1977 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Heaven Has No Favorites
  • Un instante, una vida (Spain)
  • Un attimo una vita (Italy)

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nzcarnerd NZ

2008-06-26 09:44

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These cars are from the 1976 Formula One season. Some of the chassis designations changed during the season as cars were updated so it depends which race these pics were shot at. I am guessing it is the US GP at Watkins Glen held late in the season.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1976_Formula_One_season

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vilero ES

2008-06-26 10:08

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I got these pictures from promo videos of this movie. Some pictures are from Spanish Grand Prix at the Jarama Circuit (near Madrid). Until 1981 Spain's GP was in Jarama Circuit and was its last winner Gilles Villeneuve with Ferrari.This race was the second closest finish ever of a F1 race, only 1 second and 24'' between first and fifth.
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vilero ES

2008-06-26 10:17

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Drivers and more. 1st. picture:Hans Joachim Stuck. The real Brabham driver BT45B (1977) and March 761 (Ford Cosworth V8) in 1976. 2nd. picture: Jean Pierre Jarier (probably ATS driver). 3th. picture: Bernie Eclestone 31 or more years ago (Brabham Martini Racing F1 team chief).From Link to "en.wikipedia.org" ", Ecclestone signed a deal with Italian motor manufacturer Alfa Romeo to use their large and powerful flat-12 engine from the 1976 season....". 4th. picture: Tom Pryce.Shadow DN5B (1976) or DN8 (1977) Cosworth V8. One of its driver Tom Pryce who died in 1977 South African Grand Prix at Kyalami.

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vilero ES

2008-06-26 10:37

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Al Pacino as Brabham driver. This movie was directed by Sydney Pollack.
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BeanBandit FI

2008-06-26 11:14

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Pacino posing with the helmet of Carlos Pace, a Brazilian Brabham driver.

nzcarnerd NZ

2008-06-27 00:20

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Here is a link to the results of that 1976 Spanish GP. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1976_Spanish_Grand_Prix
Lauda #1 was 2nd and Reuttemann #7 was 4th - the only ones of these to score points. If the other thumbnails are from this same race, Stuck drove a March Ford #34, Jarier drove a Shadow Ford #17 - both retired. This was the debut race for the Tyrrell six wheeler.



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