July 11, 2014

Derek Warwick: Raw Racing

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A fascinating video interview from a series by Mario Muth of Shakefree Films in London.     This episode features a no holds barred interview with Derek Warwick, who drove over ten years on the F1 circuit in the first Turbo era of the 1980s.  

Warwick is one of those drivers that never quite had the right brake at the right time in F1 and the interview is a lesson on how luck is just as much a part of the equation as talent and determination.

If you like racing history, the hour long interview will fly by and you'll want to have a look at the other episodes shot by Muth.   I will post them here over the next few weeks.  Among those interviewed, F1 photographer Darren Heath, Former F1 doc Gary Hartstein and David Coulthard.

(thanks to Mario Muth and to Andrew Rapp)


  1. That was amazing. Thanks.

  2. Awesome video. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Thank you for posting this terrific interview. I've always admired Derek: as a driver and in his role as a race steward and as a steward for all that's good in motorsports in general and British motorsports in particular. BRDC and Silverstone are fortunate to have him in their corner. The interview was beautifully done. I liked the format of having just Derek on camera and being the only voice. Eloquent, insightful and very moving.


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