Hunt's 1976 championship win at Fuji recreated

On this day in 1976, after a thrilling battle against the elements and his rivals in the Japanese Grand Prix, James Hunt won the Formula 1 world championship by just one point from arch-rival Niki Lauda.

The race at Fuji has been well chronicled, but Czech-based digital studio Unique & Limited produced a stunning rendition of Hunt's memorable achievement.

The company uses a clever blend of computer-generated images and original photography to bring to life unique moments in motorsport history.

In this instance, a real McLaren M23 was photographed and Freddie Hunt, James' son, was even brought in to play his father in the image, or at least his father's eyes.

The devil is in the details but the final work is outstanding.