I always wondered whether there exists a video of every F1 (and '52/'53 F2) world championship race that was held, and I figured this might be the right place to ask! For the 1970-80, there are the Grand Prix Collection season reviews that have nice color footage of most of the races in this era, and the few races they don't have are elsewhere. From 1981 onward the official season reviews cover every race, so that is straightforward. That leaves the 1950's and 1960's. Here it gets more interesting. I've seen footage (either color or b/w) of all the races, except the following:
1. 1950 Swiss GP
- The closest to the first two Swiss GP's I've seen is the awesome 1948 Swiss GP footage that shows the Alfettas flying through Bremgarten.
2. 1951 Swiss GP
- Weather was bad for this race, so that could be why there is no video. Though, the 1951 International Trophy does have video, so that is probably not a factor.
3. 1952 Belgian GP
4. 1952 Dutch GP
5. 1954 Argentine GP
- There is a YouTube video about the city of Buenos Aires in 1954, that shows a cool color footage of a race, but sadly it is not the 1954 GP. It must be some non-championship race that took place around the same time.
6. 1961 US GP
- On the Watkins Glen website, under Track Info/History/Glen Timeline, there is a tiny video that I believe shows the start of this race around 0:45 of the video. The video is really small though!
7. 1963 Italian GP
- I am surprised this one is so difficult to find. This is the race that clinched Jim Clark the title. Was everyone just bored of Clark winning everything and noone took any video of this race?
8. 1963 US GP
9. 1964 US GP
- On Youtube, the user Bob Dinkins posted some videos he took when he attended this GP. However, It is not clear to me if it shows any race footage, or just the drivers practicing before the race.
10. 1966 Mexican GP
11. 1969 Canadian GP
Does anyone know if footage from these races exists, or is it lost to time? Or perhaps for some of them, it never existed?