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1981 March 811: Formula Vice

Alcohol, rolling papers, and Moulin Rouge: this is '80s vice gone racing
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Austin Powers
Austin Powers
4 years ago

Love this era of open wheeled race cars…70’s, 80’s and early 90’s. Never to be recreated. Such a shame.

Želimir Blažević
Želimir Blažević
4 years ago

Alfetta je predivna sportska limuzina za zaljubljenike. 👍

MICHAEL JOHNSON
MICHAEL JOHNSON
4 years ago

Amazing, the film really captures the feeling of speed and exotic power. Well done petrolicious. The guy is cool and passing his good fortune on to the next generation. Visceral
Thank you!

wmaloney
wmaloney
4 years ago

Wow, another fantastic video. And the driver/owner was so completely cool and humble. Quite an inspiration.

fullspeed
fullspeed
4 years ago

Everyone looks better in Monaco. Especially if you’re racing a sleek, black, open-pit monster. I love it.

Doug Miller
Doug Miller
4 years ago

Second time on a track and he’s driving a Formula 1 car!? That’s crazy! I love it! But it also sounds dangerous.

Another great video.

cam
cam
4 years ago

very cool video.. and exceptionally cool guy.. loved the lack of poetic licence

David.
David.
4 years ago

Another great vid. The ‘Campion’ logo made to look like the ‘Champion’ spark plug logo made me smile…It’s on a chaps sleeve at 1.22.

canyon
canyon
4 years ago

Award winning .. for this reason : 1st Pet edition wherein it was impossible not to reply back to back ! This owner/driver is so highly stoked it’s impossible not to follow his rooster tail. And to think that this charge comes free each Tuesday without charge!.. well, my hat,shoes and driving suit is off to the PetCrew . Marci !

Evan Bedford
4 years ago

Oh, I’m sure Americans know Rizla…well, Canadians do, anyway.

roccos1
roccos1
4 years ago

Another great one fellas!! Make sure to also check out Johns other video here, A Ballet of Brutality. Another

Dennis White
Dennis White
4 years ago

Passionate? Jeez, this mick oozes it and just fantastic. Wicked machine and tip of the cap to John for just getting into it! Btw, if you’ve ever been to the Emerald Isle you know the people are just the best… as my Irish/American wife always reminds me!

jackc
jackc
4 years ago

A Guiness toast to John Campion! Not a Historic Winning Race Car, but historic to John and part of a great era for F1. Thanks John for investing in a cool piece of racing history and sharing the story so well and thanks Petrolicious for the very nice vid/movie.

RG Gundeck
RG Gundeck
4 years ago

A fabulous day at the track. Beautiful weather, crazy cars, and best of all, a great friend.

wing nut
wing nut
4 years ago

The owner of this car has a rather tasty garage full of superb cars including one of my all time faves, the Lancia Stratos. His passion for cars is mainly in rally cars which I think is very unique and cool. He’s the owner of a couple of Group B behemoth’s and I’m hoping he’ll attend this years Amelia Island event with a couple of cars as he lives just a short drive from the venue. Very interesting man and as you can see a great story-teller.

Terry Imm
Terry Imm
4 years ago

I’m no Formula 1 guy but I dig this video. Irish folks are the best storytellers!

Alexandre Goncalves
Alexandre Goncalves
4 years ago

Irish power! Emotion from beginning to end!

PS: Petrolicious, next time show us the Lancia and the Porsche in the background!

Sam N
Sam N
4 years ago

Was thinking the same thing when they rolled into the pits!

Matt
Matt
4 years ago

Glorious car! Would I let my 17-year old drive it? No way. Death trap.

Sam N
Sam N
4 years ago
Reply to  Matt

Especially w/o a Hans. Car must be brutal when pushed. Interesting to learn about the start up process. It takes a village (to get this thing going).