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Two of Britain’s top sports journalists discuss the lives of motorsport legends Niki Lauda, the triple F1 champion, and 1930s ace, Richard Seaman. From his great rivalry with James Hunt in the 1970s, and his remarkable recovery from a near-fatal crash, to working with Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes, Lauda’s career helped define modern F1. Dick Seaman was the archetypal dashing hero who lived in a world of parties, jazz and fast cars. When Seaman signed for the Mercedes team in 1937, and a year later married a German girl, it was amongst growing political tensions. It forced a split with his family, unresolved when he died at the wheel six months later, aged 26. Hamilton and Williams will also look at how motorsport has changed over the years, and how they see the future of the sport.

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