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He was motor racing’s first poster boy – ruggedly handsome, golden-haired and as unconventional on the track as he was colourful off it.
At the peak of his fame in the 1970s, James Hunt’s death-defying antics on the racing circuit and party lifestyle won him rock-star status and legions of devoted fans.
Famous for his dishevelled, almost hippy style, he once boasted he had bedded more than 5,000 women. Motor racing aficionados loved Hunt’s laconic, understated approach to driving like a demon as well as his gripping rivalry with the great Niki Lauda.‘The footage and pictures give a very two-dimensional version of him.
Though utterly competitive on the track, Hunt – dubbed ‘Hunt the Shunt’ because of his numerous spectacular crashes – and Lauda were close friends away from racing.
So highly did Lauda think of his rival, he once said: ‘He is the only man whose life I really envied.Even towards the end, when I saw him in scruffy trainers, you knew there was a man who had lived life to the full.’‘It’s amazing that Dad’s story is now going to be told to a whole new generation and to a global audience,’ says Tom.‘They’ve done an amazing job in recreating the cars and the mood of the 1970s. But you got a real sense of the excitement of racing in that era and the huge love and support of the crowd for Dad.’ The brothers grew up in a seven-bedroom home on tree-lined Bathgate Road in Wimbledon, just steps from Wimbledon Common.People concentrate on his wild antics and the glory days of his racing, and of course that was part of him, but there was another side of him that only his close friends and family saw, and that was a far more complex man.‘He was a devoted dad who spent hours with my brother Freddie and me. He knew everything about them and took such pride in them.We lost him young and it saddens me that as the years go on my memories fade and I feel like the images of him in the 1970s are what I know best rather than remembering Daddy from the 1990s. It was always mowed in perfect lines and Dad would spend ages showing me exactly how he did it.’ Tom, Hunt’s son from the racer’s second marriage to vivacious interior designer Sarah Lomax, the daughter of Rosemary Lomax, the first woman to train a Gold Cup winner at Royal Ascot, recalls his father tending the budgerigars devotedly. It was like he entered a different world out there.