The 1978 Australian GP, in itself froma different age of motorsport, with cars that had heroic air intakes and tyres wider than their flared trousers, but the reason to watch is the last ten minutes.
For two cars and two people, racing each other in a supporting race
In his 1966 Brabham BT19, Sir Jack Brabham
In the Mercedes W196 of 1954, Juan Manual Fangio!
Two cars and two drivers of entirely different generations, giving the impression that they were out to beat each other. Which I'm sure they were.
Nothing like this could happen today, I fear!
Edited by john.r.davies, 18 March 2018 - 02:50 PM.