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High-quality video footage of the Monaco Grand Prix from 1962 gives viewers the chance to immerse themselves in the famous race

Incredible images of the Monaco Grand Prix of 1962 from behind the wheel show the twists and turns of the famous race

  • Image material shows a high quality vision of the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix of 1962
  • The video is largely from the point of view of a driver on the job
  • The spectacular footage comes from the German movie Flying Clipper from 1972
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These fantastic images give viewers the opportunity to immerse themselves from every possible angle in the Monaco Grand Prix of 1962.

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The video is from the German movie Flying Clipper from 1972 and starts as a journey with a viewpoint from the perspective of a car following the Formula 1 drivers.

The famous twists and turns of Monaco are demonstrated in the midst of the spectacular landscape of the Mediterranean city-state.

The famous tunnels of the circuit are a striking feature because retro-formula cars were passing each other during the race.

High-quality video footage of the Monaco Grand Prix from 1962 gives viewers the chance to immerse themselves in the famous race

High-quality video footage of the Monaco Grand Prix from 1962 gives viewers the chance to immerse themselves in the famous race

The visual material begins as a view from the perspective of a car following the drivers of Formula 1.
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The visual material begins as a view from the perspective of a car following the drivers of Formula 1.

The visual material begins as a view from the perspective of a car following the drivers of Formula 1.

The images soon begin to show different camera angles, giving viewers a complete picture of the racial atmosphere of 57 years ago.

The windy streets and picturesque architecture of Monaco are central to high-quality footage.

People of all ages can also be seen in and around the course, either enjoying the race or the beautiful scenery of Monaco.

The footage comes from the German film Flying Clipper from 1972, which was shot with 70 mm film
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The footage comes from the German film Flying Clipper from 1972, which was shot with 70 mm film

The footage comes from the German film Flying Clipper from 1972, which was shot with 70 mm film

The windy streets and picturesque architecture of Monaco are central to high-quality footage

The windy streets and picturesque architecture of Monaco are central to high-quality footage

The windy streets and picturesque architecture of Monaco are central to high-quality footage

The 1962 race was won by New Zealander Bruce McLaren, who rode with Cooper-Climax

The 1962 race was won by New Zealander Bruce McLaren, who rode with Cooper-Climax

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The 1962 race was won by New Zealander Bruce McLaren, who rode with Cooper-Climax

Of particular importance is how close viewers are to the promotion.

In one go a man stands just a few meters away from the cars while they are zooming past a roundabout.

A more panoramic view of the city can also be seen, because helicopter images show the famous port of Monaco in the foreground.

Helicopter equipment shows the famous port of Monaco and gives viewers a spectacular panoramic view

Helicopter equipment shows the famous port of Monaco and gives viewers a spectacular panoramic view

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Helicopter equipment shows the famous port of Monaco and gives viewers a spectacular panoramic view

The Monaco Grand Prix was first organized in 1929 and is one of the highlights of the annual Formula 1 calendar

The Monaco Grand Prix was first organized in 1929 and is one of the highlights of the annual Formula 1 calendar

The Monaco Grand Prix was first organized in 1929 and is one of the highlights of the annual Formula 1 calendar

The Monaco Grand Prix was first organized in 1929 and is one of the highlights of the annual Formula 1 calendar

The 1962 race was won by New Zealander Bruce McLaren, who rode with Cooper-Climax.

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