No music; no commentary; no nonsense – just five minutes of aural bliss as a packed field of BMW M1 Procars duke out their 1979 Monaco Grand Prix round.

This is our sort of video.

This fabulous footage comes from the 1979 Monaco Grand Prix round of the 1979 BMW M1 Procar championship. The second round of the season, it would be won by Niki Lauda driving for Project Four Racing.

Lauda went on to take the drivers’ title in the series’ inaugural season, driving for BMW’s factory team for the first round at the Belgian Grand Prix before settling in with Project Four Racing for the remainder of the season. Hans-Joachim Stuck trailed by a handful of points to claim second, with Clay Regazzoni finishing third.



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