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Formula 1970 Championship

The 1970 Formula One season was a historic one, filled with thrilling races and memorable moments. The championship was marked by intense rivalries, dramatic finishes, and the emergence of a new generation of drivers.

One of the most exciting storylines of the 1970 season was the intense rivalry between Jochen Rindt and Jack Brabham. Rindt, driving for Lotus, and Brabham, driving for his own team, engaged in a fierce battle for the championship, with Rindt ultimately coming out on top. Tragically, Rindt would lose his life in a crash during practice for the Italian Grand Prix, becoming the only posthumous Formula One World Champion.

As the Vintage Simracing community, THR, prepares to host its own Formula 1970 Championship, beginning on January 29th, 2023, fans of the sport can relive some of the most exciting moments of that iconic season. The championship will feature the awesome RSS 1970 Formula car and take place on some of the most iconic tracks of the era, including Kyalami, Jarama, Monaco, Spa, Sandevoerde, Bugatti, Brands Hatch, Hockenheimring, Österreichring, Monza, Mont-Tremblant, Watkins, and Mexico.

It's time to experience it again!

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