In the case of Grand Prix, I think it can be partly forgiven though. As far as I can recall, most of those scenes were from the final race at Monza, shortly after Pete Aron explained about slipstreaming, and how a driver could back off the throttle when following another car but then floor it and pull out to overtake.
The forthcoming Lauda-Hunt movie 'Rush'
Posted 04 December 2013 - 15:58
It doesn't excuse all the others though...situation normal, same old crap.
Incidentally if you listen to the interview with Lauda, he gets asked the same old, same old...
Interviewer question. "Do you regret anything from back then?"
NL answers "no not at all apart from losing my ear"
Posted 04 December 2013 - 18:12
But to answer the question I would rather watch Grand Prix than Rush.