Champion Driver DVDs                                               


Champion Moss (DVD)

110 minutes     front cover
Sir Stirling Moss is undoubtedly one of the all time greats of motor racing. Indeed his name is almost synonymous with the sport itself. This is his story, told in his own eloquent words, and liberally illustrated with rare archive material - much of it previously unseen. DVD extras include a bonus 30 minute film 'Vanwall Victory' about the 1957 GP season, Sir Stirling's cars and a profile on the cars he drove.

Champion Clark (DVD)

60 minutes     front cover
Few names in motor racing history’s hall of fame rank alongside that of Jim Clark. From 72 starts, Clark won 27 Grand Prix raes -a success only betered by Fangio and Ascari. He was world Champion in 1963 and 1965 and was also the first Briton to win the Indianapolis 500 race. This is the full story featuring superb archive footage and DVD extras include Clark’s GP cars and his Southern Hemisphere successes.

Champion Hill (DVD)

60 minutes    front cover
A fascinating programme faithfully recalling the highs and lows of double F1 World Champion Graham Hill's career, featuring extensive and rare archive material, personal anecdotes and tributes feature. DVD extras include interviews with former colleagues Innes Ireland and Jackie Stewart, and Damon Hill driving his father's Type 48/56.

Champion Hunt (DVD)

72 minutes     front cover
This is the definitive biography of a racing driver who was noy only famous as Britain's fifth world drivers champion, but also as a colourful television commentator and personality. It features extensive archive material -from racing Minis in the 1960s to his 10 GP victories between 1973 and 1979, during which time he drove for March, Hesketh and Maclaren.

Champion Surtees (DVD)

85 minutes     front cover

There are many champions who have achieved the ultimate honour of lifting a world crown in their chosen motorsport. But there is only one man who has achieved this feat on both two and four wheels . His name is John Surtees and this is his amazing story. In this comprehensive programme we look back at all his world titles, listen in on fascinating, highly nostalgic interviews and relive the track action that made Surtees such an extraordinary champion. Superb footage and atmosphere make this a must for fans of British racing.

Champion Fangio (DVD)

98 minutes     front cover

This is the story of Juan Manuel Fangio, one of the most successful racing drivers of all time. In this all-action film documentary, Fangio re-lives great victories and in an exclusive interview tells the story behind his kidnap in Cuba, his near fatal crash at Monza, and how he rates the risk of 1950s racing against modern F1. DVD extras include Fangio's championship cars.

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Fangio and Moss friendly rivals

109 minutes     front cover

The history of Formula One is filled with fascinating rivalries between the great drivers, but one of the most enduring is that between Stirling Moss and Juan Manuel Fangio. During the late 1950s, these two giants dominated Grand Prix racing with an intense rivalry, but one founded on mutual respect and friendship.

In three exceptional films from the BP Video Library, we witness for ourselves this extraordinary battle between a man who would claim five World Championships and a man who would be cruelly denied that accolade. The fact the pair finished first and second in the Formula One World Championship in each of the years featured on this DVD demonstrates just how complete their domination of this era was.

The first archive film focuses on the 1955 British Grand Prix from Aintree. The colour footage recalls the incredible showdown between the Mercedes-Benz W196 cars of Moss and Fangio, a race which would see the rivals swapping the lead as the laps counted down. Ultimately, Moss would emerge victorious to become the first British driver to win the British Grand Prix.

The next film shows exceptional highlights from the 1956 season, with Fangio now at Ferrari and Moss with Maserati. We are treated to black-and-white footage from seven races, from Argentina, Monaco, Belgium, France, Britain, Germany and Italy, and some truly thrilling racing. Once again, Moss and Fangio dominate, but the likes of Mike Hawthorn and Peter Collins are waiting in the wings to make their mark.

The action then moves to 1957, and back to Aintree for the British GP, also known as the Grand Prix d’Europe. Fangio struggles with his Maserati, leaving the way clear for Moss, now with Vanwall, to stamp his authority on the race. Hit by mechanical problems, the Briton drops to ninth – and his drive back through the field for an unlikely victory shows just why motorsport fans regard Moss as the greatest driver never to be Formula One World Champion.

Bonus Feature: Tribute to Fangio was made in 1959 to celebrate the career of the Argentinean legend who had retired the previous year. It features archive footage from 1949 to 1958, showing some of Fangio’s greatest victories and his journey to an incredible five World Championships. Most notable is the sequence of on-board footage filmed during a test session at Modena with Maserati – to see a true maestro at work is simply breathtaking.