Motorfilms Quarterly Volume 7: DWPDVD3007

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  • Round the Ring (1962) – Shell     (10:05)

    Continuing our Bill Mason series of films made for Shell, an in-car lap of Nurburgring in a 1937 W125 GP car, driven by pre-war ace Hermann Lang!With Neubauer in the pits, and commentary by Graham Hill, Bill created this wonderful short film using discarded colour footage he shot for Part 4 of his famous Shell film...'The Titans'.

    Tour de France Automobile (1964) - Part One Standard Triumph (16:59)

    Part One of this great coverage takes us to the first three circuit stages of this truly classic event, Reims, Rouen and Le Mans.See the Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupes confront Ferrari's 250 GTOs.while the touring car section is contested by Jaguar Mark IIs, works Mini-Coopers, Ford Mustangs and the mighty Galaxie.

    Race Day – May Silverstone 1966     (12:24)

    The third in our series of fascinating 8mm productions from amateur film-maker Freddie Barratt, a spectator's eye view of the BRDC International Trophy Meeting at Silverstone. Covers the Sports, Saloon, Formula 1, Formula 3 and Historic races.

    1956 Alpine Rally - British Motor Corporation     (19:41)

    A beautifully made colour film made to promote the new MGA hardtop sportscar and covering the great European summertime rally in which the coveted Coupes des Dames was won by Mrs Nancy Mitchell driving one of Abingdon's pretty little debutantes...

    Mille Mille Miglia 1953 - Part Two Shell     (20:29)

    Part two of perhaps the finest motor racing movie ever made.Directed by our late colleague Bill Mason, this is the definitive motion picture record of Italy ’s awesome 1,000-mile public road race.Follow the latter-day action all the way back to Brescia

    Total Running Time 1 Hour 27 Minutes approximately