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Formula One World Championship: Dan Gurney debuted his Eagle T1G but was too many laps down to be classified

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Formula One World Championship: Dan Gurney debuted his Eagle T1G but was too many laps down to be classified

(L to R): Dan Gurney (USA) debuted his Eagle T1G but was too many laps down to be classified. Alongside him is Phil Hill (USA) who drove the camera car for the MGM film Grand Prix.
Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps, 12 June 1966

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In this photo print, we are transported back to the thrilling world of Formula One racing in 1966. The Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps serves as the backdrop for this historic moment. Standing tall on the left is Dan Gurney, an American driver who made his debut with the revolutionary Eagle T1G car. Despite his undeniable talent and determination, Gurney found himself too many laps down to be classified in this particular race. Beside him stands another American legend, Phil Hill, who took on a different role for this event. Hill traded his racing helmet for a camera as he assumed the responsibility of driving the camera car for MGM's film "Grand Prix". This unique perspective allowed Hill to capture breathtaking footage that would later bring the excitement of Formula One to movie screens around the world. The portrait exudes a sense of camaraderie between these two pioneers in motorsport history. Their presence at Spa-Francorchamps symbolizes their dedication and passion for pushing boundaries within Formula One. As they stand side by side against a picturesque backdrop, one can't help but feel captivated by their shared love for speed and adrenaline. This remarkable image captures not only a significant moment in both Gurney and Hill's careers but also showcases the timeless allure of Formula One racing itself. It serves as a reminder that even when faced with setbacks or challenges, true legends continue to leave an indelible mark on history through their unwavering spirit

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