I don't know if anyone saw this last night on Velocity, but it was a good hour and fifteen documentary on the GP Years of the early 60's to early 70's and the safety improvements made during that time after several of the high profile deaths.
I almost want to post an OT on the Indycar board hoping that some who have been quite loud about drivers needing to shutup and race would see exactly what Stewart and some of his fellow drivers had to do to get organizers to open their ears and listen, but I honestly don't want to get into that whole mess.
The release date says 2012, but I swear I've seen at least a part of this on Youtube - perhaps it was an early bit to try and get investors involved - all I know is there are some great interviews in this documentary.
It just started again, it's on several times this morning in the next few hours, and is on later tonight at 7pm est. I believe.
Anyone who watched it, or does in the next day or two, I'd love to hear your thoughts on it.
Less than two weeks, folks!!!