Here's the versatile Rindt at Brands Hatch, working hard behind the wheel of the 2.2-liter works Porsche 910 he shared with Graham Hill for the International BOAC 500 round of the 1967 World Sportscar Championship.
Photo: Roger Dixon
Jochen Rindt looked wild, disheveled, and had that devil may care swagger of a young person who didn’t have to worry about money. He was, though, a spectacular racing driver, as anyone who remembers the 1970 Grand Prix of Monaco will confirm. Rindt was lying 5th in his works Lotus 49C at Monte Carlo that year when he overtook Henri Pescarolo’s Matra-Simca at the Gasworks hairpin to take 4th on lap 36, then slipped past Denny Hulme’s McLaren 14A into…
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