12/09/2013 15:00 | By Rob Jones, senior editor, MSN Sport
Former Formula One world champion James Hunt in pictures

Fantastic pictures of ex-Formula One driver James Hunt



Fantastic pictures of ex-Formula One driver James Hunt (© Sutton Images)
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Race winner James Hunt leads Niki Lauda during the 1976 British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch. James was later disqualified.

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13/09/2013 11:27
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a true racing champion, who knew how to live and enjoy life on and off the racetrack, not like today's stuck up prima donnas who's arms you have to twist to even get an interview
13/09/2013 14:29
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The film unfortunately hints that there was enmity between Hunt and ****, while in fact they were great friends, even sharing a flat at one time, both dedicated to what they wanted to do - race.
13/09/2013 14:27
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When Murray Walker was asked about Hunt, who he commentated with for a while, said that while Hunt was a good driver, he was the most self centred, arrogant person that he had ever had the misfortune to work with, though he did say that Hunt did have horrendous mood swings, due to either the booze, or some other problems.

But he was very entertaining to watch in action.
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