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Behind the scenes on Ron Howard’s Formula One movie ‘Rush’

PUBLISHED: 09:45 03 May 2012 | UPDATED: 16:59 03 May 2012

Various shots from the set of the new film 'Rush' by Ron Howard, from Snetterton Circuit, setup to look like the 1976 Japanese GP at Fuji. Photos by Jon Grainger via iwitness24

Various shots from the set of the new film 'Rush' by Ron Howard, from Snetterton Circuit, setup to look like the 1976 Japanese GP at Fuji. Photos by Jon Grainger via iwitness24

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Leading Hollywood director Ron Howard has been filming a new movie at Snetterton race track this week - and our iwitness24 users have been on the set.

Howard has been in Norfolk directing racing scenes for the movie ‘Rush’ which centres on the 1976 Formula One season and the epic battle for the World Drivers’ Championship between James Hunt and Niki Lauda.

And iwitness24 users Jon Grainger and Damon Bevan have shared some fantastic photos of the 1970s cars and Howard himself as he took time out from filming to chat with the watching crowd.

It’s easy to sign up and join our great new community at iwitness24.co.uk. Simply click on the link on the right of this page or download our free smartphone apps for iPhone or Android.

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