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For F1's Sake

Sep 5, 2020

This year's Italian Grand Prix marks 50 years since the death of Jochen Rindt. It happened at Monza, during practice for the 1970 race and the German driver would go on to become the only posthumous Formula 1 world champion. For many, that's about as much as they know about him - but renowned motorsport author and journalist David Tremayne thinks we need to know more about this dashing, exciting and blindingly fast driver, and has written a book about him, called Jochen Rindt: Uncrowned King of Formula 1. So Phill and Terry sat down to chat with David about Rindt and racing in the 1970s, and we recorded it for your listening pleasure. Enjoy! Buy it now: