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1: Life On The Limit, a new documentary by Paul Crowder, narrated by Michael Fassbender, charts this tragedy-laden era through to the death of Ayrton Senna in 1994 and beyond, with interviews from the current crop of drivers, such as Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel, for whom matters of life and death are not a regular consideration when they step into a Formula One car.
Williamson didn't want to 'lose custody of her' so never took her to see a doctor - even though she had green vomit, was bleeding in her nappy and was dehydrated and lethargic.
The injuries were treatable, according to medical experts - who said if she was taken to the medical centre located just 500m from her house she would have lived.
This was after testing for the BRM team and being advised not to take the drive.
After his Formula One debut at the 1973 British Grand Prix, Williamson's second Formula One appearance was at the 1973 Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort Circuit.