The late 60's, 70's and 80's were regarded by many as the most exciting and historically significant period in the history of modern Grand Prix racing. It was a time when the sport saw major investment from significant motor manufacturers. A time when technology leapt forward with turbo charged engines, six wheel cars, advanced braking/handling packages and the very best of early aerodynamic styling. Today's legends were in full flight. Drivers such as Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart, James Hunt and Niki Lauda were carving themselves a place in motor racing history.