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Back in 1986, onboard cameras were *the* cool new thing in F1 🎥
And in Australia, Johnny Dumfries showed everyone why 🤩 ... See Less
Some of current F1 drivers are not able to keep the nowadays car straight even with all those gizmos, all controls and people instructing them. I just wonder that they wouldn't be able to exit the pit garage driving those beasts of the past.
Manual gearbox and clutch F1 car onboards are the best, the drivers were proper manhandling them round the circuit and it was spectacular viewing. The Ferrari 640 introduced the paddle shift in 1989, but this setup actually lasted until 1995, when the Forti FG01 was the last F1 car to use it when everyone else by then embraced paddles
These guys were epic...they literally had to muscle these cares around a track...and do it one handed while shifting! Impressive 🙂
These guys were a class apart. Like Nelson said, having to muscle the car around the corner with one hand while changing gears. This was driving, with full respect to nowadays drivers.
Driving an F1 car in the 80's must feel like wrestling a goddamn grizzly bear. So much fighting going on inside the cockpit. Respect.
Love the way people always go on about the past in F1. Road cars are now safer because of the advances in technology from F1, the road cars from the 70s & 80s were a load of crap, now you are driving much safer cars
He took a shower of gasoline from the ahead car,when you see that the camera goes white, imagine that while have to deal whith a manual gearbox monster
That's what an engine should sound like..... Driver drove the car without outside interference. Ahhh - happy days.
Loved this track, much better than Melbourne 🙁
There's some right nostalgic bullshit being posted on here! F1 drivers of today would have been just as quick as these guys were and vice versa. Anyone thinking today's cars have traction control, launch control or abs - they don't.
Changing gear and clutch proper driving plus proper cars whe f1 was great not like the scalectric cars of today
So awesome to see them actually having a shifter and having to control the car with one hand while shifting continuously each lap...
What track is this?
I think formula 1 (when it gets back, obviously) could use some new cameras... I'm a bit dissapointed that so many new ideas get scrapped so quickly.
Some serious work going on here, and the amount of oil kicked out by the car in front!!!
Imagine people’s reactions for the first time they had this angle. Stunning footage. What happened at 50 seconds? Lens cleaner or fuel leaking??
In tht Grand Prix, Nigel Mansell (Williams) retired (puncture) and the world championship was clinched by Alain Prost (McLaren)
What's the in-car adjustments he keeps making with his right hand.. 😉
I remember when I saw this video 2 years ago. A co-worker of dad e mailed it to my Father with the title: "White guys slams british B***h to the limit. XD Appropriate title
What was the average speed during this races? And I would like to see how they drove that thing at Monaco..
Amazing they didnt think sooner to have shifters on the steering wheel.
From a time when drivers drove and pilots flew planes, stunning footage but what happened at appx 50 seconds 🤔🤔
Today's cars are so complicated. Old school drivers had the most organic racecraft.
Love the old F1 videos! Keep bringing back the vintage F1 races.
You should use much more onboard on F1 transmissions. MUUUUUCH more.
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The next hero in a long line of American motorcycle racing talent? 🇺🇸
Go behind the scenes with Joe Roberts racer in this exclusive documentary as he sets out on his path to take a nation back to the top ✨
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Great young man and Hopkins will be a good coach for the team.
Moto GP needs Americans riders like Americans riders need motoGP. So happy if you can get strong again. Strong,brave and funny. We need you.
Saw my first moto race and Joe Robert's started on the pole in Qatar! Was a blast but wish MotoGP could have been there. Maybe the Texas race will be the next one.
There is an American in super sport.
It's time to rise again USA 😀
Wish ya was racing at home this weekend!!!
All the Best💥..
Long line ?
Good america moto gp
Je m'implique moins ds ka moto2 que ds le MotoGP classe 1000 mais j'aime regarder de la moto3 jusk'a MotoGP sauf que trop de pilotes sur le plateau moto2 je retient pas tout forcément merci Steve Ragaud
Javier Castro 🚀🇺🇸🇺🇸
La famille roberts Grand nom de la MotoGP du père kenny Robert puis kenny Robert jr champion du monde avec Suzuki et maintena t le fiston! En lui espérant la même carrière que ses aînés!
If the season would get shorten this year. I do believe this would be a great chance for Joe to capitalize on it. If Quartararo & Lecouna made it. He could do it too. But first, I can't wait to see him polish a few mistakes he & his team had in the first race. 😎
Use the front very late along with the rear you moron
Right on! We’re with you and watching.
Hate it when you do this, he has 1 podium and now all eyes are on him so he is gunna feel a mountain of pressure and if he fails that's the end of his career you guys got to stop making a big deal so early all the time what if he can't take the pressure of everyone focused on him 😒
Us American fans can only hope. It’s been a long time since the golden age of American riders that I grew up watching.
Gosh, that livery is amazing. LOVE the helmet!