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Latest Niki Lauda Items
The world of Formula 1 racing is driven by speed, volume and power. So it’s fitting that “Rush,” a movie about two competing Formula 1 drivers, is fast, loud and muscular.
Ron Howard got to drive the pace car that led the field to the green flag of last Sunday's Brickyard 400. He wasn't just visiting the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to enjoy the thrill of racing, though.
Administered last rites after his fiery crash in 1976, Niki Lauda will always be more qualified than most to talk about the dangers of motor-racing. His scars are permanent reminders of how close he came to giving his life to the sport.