Just saw a preview of this new movie coming out: It is a comedy (ouch) about a guy who wants to become a F1 driver. He has a dog named Enzo who speaks. From that description it sounds like it's gonna bomb, but who knows. What intrigued me more (aside from Enzo and the fact that the dude drives in a Ferrari Testarossa from the fifties) was a brief shot of a GP he watches on TV: If I'm not mistaken it was a scene from the 84 Monaco GP where Ickx threw the flag in too early so that Senna in the Toleman couldn't catch Prost in the McLaren. In the same scene you also see Bellof in the Tyrrell. Images that are burnt into my brain forever as I sat in that rain on the stands opposite of the swimming pool. And I remember the mayhem that ensued based on the early race termination. It was utter chaos. I was walking by a stranded F1 car. Could have easily stolen the steering wheel, but didn't (still not sure that was the right thing to do ). Bumped into Lauda on my way to the train. Problem was, they had gated up the trainstation and there were no trains yet. So I was at the front of the gate being pushed into the metal bars by the 10,000 people behind me. Anyway, those were the days and all that flashed through my head when I saw that one second scene in that preview.