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One by One (1974)

 -  Documentary  -  January 1975 (USA)
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François Cévert ...
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The year the film was released, a second driver featured in the film was killed in a Formula One accident, when Peter Revson lost his life during the South African Grand Prix. See more »

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During the ending credits, British racing driver Tom Pryce's name is misspelled as "Pyrce". (1977 re-release only) See more »

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Shocking and impressive
30 November 2002 | by (Hawaii) – See all my reviews

While the film is a little dated, it reminds you immediately why race car drivers are considered some of the coolest and most courageous athletes in the world. The opening scene sets the tone for the film. This is no film for the faint-hearted. In fact, if you are at all squeamish about scenes of car wrecks, this is not for you. There are scenes with not only wrecks but the carnage that follows. Far from being a glorification of that carnage, the accompanying interviews with formula 1 drivers from the early 70s remind you that there are people in those cars; people who get hurt or even killed in those crashes. I would recommend this film to anyone who is a fan of racing in any capacity.


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