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The Bowery Riots

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1975,  Nurburg, Germany– Hesketh-Ford Formula One racecar driver James Hunt  flies during the European Grand Prix. –Image by © Schlegelmilch/Corbis.   Many of Hunt’s early races ended in disaster. Once his Formula Ford  crashed and sank in the middle of a lake. He would have drowned– had he  been able to afford seat belts.  His skills improved, but he never  conquered his fears. In the garage before a race, it often caused him to  vomit– and on the grid he’d shake so violently that his car vibrated.  This potent cocktail of adrenaline and testosterone made him a fierce  competitor on the track. 

1975, Nurburg, Germany– Hesketh-Ford Formula One racecar driver James Hunt flies during the European Grand Prix. –Image by © Schlegelmilch/Corbis.  Many of Hunt’s early races ended in disaster. Once his Formula Ford crashed and sank in the middle of a lake. He would have drowned– had he been able to afford seat belts.  His skills improved, but he never conquered his fears. In the garage before a race, it often caused him to vomit– and on the grid he’d shake so violently that his car vibrated. This potent cocktail of adrenaline and testosterone made him a fierce competitor on the track. 

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1976  Formula 1 Champion, James Hunt for Mclaren enjoys the spoils of  victory– a smoky treat, cold beer, hot girl, and garland. Hunt found it  difficult to adjust to civilian life after retiring in ’79, and suffered  deep depressions that even wilder carousing failed to dispel.  In 1980  he began working (with Murray Walker) on BBC television’s Formula One  coverage. At first, James did not take it seriously (he drank two  bottles of wine during his first broadcast) but soon became a highly  respected, articulate and opinionated commentator. In his private life  he became a reformed man

1976 Formula 1 Champion, James Hunt for Mclaren enjoys the spoils of victory– a smoky treat, cold beer, hot girl, and garland. Hunt found it difficult to adjust to civilian life after retiring in ’79, and suffered deep depressions that even wilder carousing failed to dispel.  In 1980 he began working (with Murray Walker) on BBC television’s Formula One coverage. At first, James did not take it seriously (he drank two bottles of wine during his first broadcast) but soon became a highly respected, articulate and opinionated commentator. In his private life he became a reformed man

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