Motorfilms Quarterly Volume 10: DWPDVD3010

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  • Diesel Race Car (1952) - Part One     (18:39)

    First instalment of a superb full-colour documentary made by the Cummins Diesel Company to chronicle concept, design and development of their pole position-winning 1952 Indianapolis ‘500’ contender - the Cummins Diesel Special, driven by ‘Fearless’ Freddie Agabashian...

    1934 French Grand Prix     (12:41)

    From 70 years ago. An extraordinarily unusual propaganda film made apparently because an expensive movie-making team had been sent down to the Grand Prix de l’ACF at Montlhéry to record the Silver Arrows teams’ first major confrontation with the hitherto dominant Italian Alfa Romeos. But the Alfas won that race - the New Germany had been defeated. So what did the propaganda movie makers do? Simple. They lied...!

    1964 Alpine Rally - Standard-Triumph     (31:50)

    From 40 years ago. Great colour coverage of the most rugged summertime International rally of them all - with Alfa Romeo TZs versus Porsche 904s and Austin-Healey 3000s, Lotus-Cortinas versus Lancia Flaminias and Mini-Coopers, Triumph Spitfires versus German tourists, Citroen DSs versus Erik Carlsson and his ‘ring-ding’ Saab 96. Wonderfully evocative 1960s fun and fresh air...before traffic congestion gripped the Alpine cols...

    1956 British Grand Prix - Silverstone     (15:57)

    Fangio’s classic sole UK victory as you have never seen it before, in cracking-quality high-resolution colour movie rushes, only recently rediscovered. This is previously unused, uncut, un-edited footage - now presented for the first time, with overview caption-commentary - featuring the fantastic works Lancia Ferrari D50As, Maserati 250Fs...and the Tony Brooks BRM inferno...

    Total Running Time 1 Hour 25 Minutes approximately