Continuity mistake: During the Belgium race it begins to rain. This is making it difficult for the drivers to see. The track announcer then states about Jean Pierre," He's only 2 laps away from his third consecutive win". At this point the view changes to a frontal shot of Jean Pierre coming over a rise and look, the track is completely dry, there is even sunshine. The shot switches back to an overhead shot and everything is wet again.
Sarti is killed in the last race. Barlini withdraws. Aaron wins from Stoddart and is the champion.
Jean-Pierre Sarti: The danger? Well, of course. But you are missing a very important point. I think if any of us imagined - really imagined - what it would be like to go into a tree at 150 miles per hour we would probably never get into the cars at all, none of us. So it has always seemed to me that to do something very dangerous requires a certain absence of imagination.
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