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Documentary profile of three legendary figures from the golden age of motor racing: Formula One team owner Rob Walker and drivers Mike Hawthorn and Jim Clark. In 1958, Walker became the first private entrant to win a world championship grand prix when his car took the chequered flag with Stirling Moss behind the wheel. Hawthorn was undoubtedly one of the most talented and flamboyant racing drivers of his generation and was crowned World Champion in 1958. Clark, from Scotland, won two World Championships, in 1963 and 1965 and a the time of his tragically early death in 1968 he had won more Grand Prix races than any other driver.
This exploration of a thrilling career on the track features extensive race footage as well as interviews with the people who knew these legendary figures, such as Innes Ireland and Stirling Moss.