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Tribute To James Hunt


Hard to believe but it has been 20 years since James Hunt died of a heart attack. Tribute ?, maybe, but worth a read with it's interesting links.



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James Hunt was my hero when I was little, about 6 or 7 and for years after.  Barry Sheene was another one.  Cool  thumbsup

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Back in the days when men were men and smoked before the race   Tongue

I like the era of F1 around the time of our James Hunt, insane rear tyre size and plenty of raw power, more naive times but then again deadly dangerous too.  worship

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Back in the days when men were men and smoked before the race   Tongue


And during, I do believe they had Ash Tray's, Cigar Lighters and an Eight Track fitted into the Cock-Pit as standard.  lol

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Back in the days when men were men and sheep were worried.  Cheesy

It's Friday and I may have started on the beer early.

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Back in the days when men were men and smoked before the race   Tongue


Did you know Barry Sheene had a hole drilled in the front of his helmet so he could have a crafty one on the grid just before setting off?

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