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Formula 1's 60th Anniversary: Plus Ça Change (2011)



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Credited cast:
Aden Gillett ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fernando Alonso ...
Himself - World Champion 2005, 2006 (archive footage)
Mario Andretti ...
Himself - World Champion 1978 (archive footage)
Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa ...
Himself - Crown Prince of Bahrain (as HRH Salman bin Hamad bin Al Khalifa)
Jack Brabham ...
Himself - World Champion 1959, 1960, 1966 (as Sir Jack Brabham)
Ross Brawn ...
Himself - Team Principal, Mercedes GP
Himself - World Champion 2009 (archive footage)
Jim Clark ...
Himself - World Champion 1963, 1965 (archive footage)
Ron Dennis ...
Himself - Chairman, McLaren Automotive
Bernie Ecclestone ...
Himself - President, Formula 1 Management (archive footage)
Juan Manuel Fangio ...
Himself - World Champion 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957 (archive footage)
Giuseppe Farina ...
Himself - World Champion 1950 (archive footage)
Emerson Fittipaldi ...
Himself - World Champion 1972, 1974 (archive footage)
Dan Gurney ...
Himself (archive footage)
Himself - World Champion 2008 (archive footage)


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History of F1 in 60 Awesome Minutes
6 September 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Even if you're no fan of F1 and just happen to stumble across the program, its very appealing, it sums up Formula 1's history in a simple but beautiful documentary feature. 60 Years/Plus ca change follows the stories of almost all the surviving world champions of F1 as they meet in Bahrain to celebrate 60 years of Formula 1, on the eve of the inaugural race of the new season.

60 Years not only takes views of the sport from the champions and other key figures in F1 e.g. Jean Todt, designer Gordon Murray but also reflects on some of the sport's key events through examples of safety breakthroughs, rivalries and important championship victories. However, it might take several views to get everything in.

A calm yet thorough narration, endless nostalgic archive footage and a tranquil, fitting soundtrack make this a powerful experience, suitable for anyone with a vague or passionate interest in motorsport or speed.

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