Several things happened during 1967 (not the least of which was the introduction of Cosworth DFV) but, I think more importantly, Grand Prix Legends was based on 1967 season. At least that's what makes it most memorable for me.
And for the love of god why does the pace car have to run AT THIRTY-FIVE MILES PER HOUR!
Are you kidding? I could almost go into a coma listening to this stuff. Screaming LMP engines are the most comforting sounds I've ever heard in my life.
Monty said:Q: Juan Pablo, let?s have that first lap from your point of view?
Juan Pablo MONTOYA: Well, you know Michael had a poor start. He was slow out of the first chicane, you know, the first turns two and three. I went to pass, he closed the door on me and I had to back off. Then he did the same out of the next corner and closed the door, so I went for the inside and I?m coming out beside him and the next thing I see he?s just coming straight at me, hit me and put me in the grass. It?s very disappointing to see racing like that but I?ll be surprised if he gets away with it. It?s up to the FIA really.
Schuey said:Q: You?ve heard Juan Pablo?s comments about the first lap; have you got any reply to that?
Q: (Jonathan Noble ? Autosport): For Michael and Juan, when you are running side-by-side and fighting for position round the corner, can you just clarify what you consider acceptable behaviour and what is unacceptable?
JPM: He said he didn?t see me. He thought I wasn?t there so I don?t know, forgot to look maybe.
MS: I saw his attack on the outside at braking, but then going out of the corner for me?first of all I did not see him, but second, outside around the corner you usually lose ground so I didn?t expect him to be there.
Q: (Tony Dodgins ? Tony Dodgins and Associates): Juan, sorry to harp on about the incident, but I think you said in the unilaterals you?d gone for the inside, but when we pick up the tv pictures you seem to be driving round the outside?
JPM: That was afterwards. After the first three corners he had a bad exit and I went for the inside.
Q: Was it Tosa?
JPM: No, before Tosa. Turns one, two, three. I don?t know. I?m amazed, I actually got in front of him when we were braking?(while watching television replays) oh no he didn?t see me there (laughter). No chance. You?ve got to be either blind or stupid not to see me. But you know it is racing.
Q: (Olaf Bachmann ? Koelner Stadt Anzeiger): Juan, can you explain your gesture on the last lap to Michael?
JPM: I just said ?what happened, what were you thinking?. That?s all.
MS: I thought you were congratulating me.
JPM: I never do actually.