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Only the best 7 results from the first 8 races and the best 6 results from the last 7 races counted towards the Championship. Qualifying. Talking about the villains, the cover from the DVD prominently mentions the presence from the excellent actors Sean Bean and Ving Rhames. ^ "1973 Dutch Grand Prix". Driver Roger Williamson was killed in the race; this was the first of two driver fatalities in the 1973 season. formula1.com. Jason Statham does his standard tough-guy job as the scowling Frankenstein, Joan Allen plays a ball-busting warden (perhaps a bit in the mold of Louise Fletcher's Nurse Ratched), and Ian McShane of "Deadwood" has a solid cameo as the prison-wise mechanic, Coach. It's not a Martin Scorsese film where you sit back and think "Oh, that is very thought-provoking and I feel that I've truly learned something inspirational today." No.