Motorfilms Quarterly Volume 2: DWPDVD3002

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  • 1961 Belgian Grand Prix  Smiths Industries

    Rare colour coverage of the historic ‘Sharknose’ Ferrari 1-2-3-4 success on Belgium’s fantastic, superfast Spa-Francorchamps circuit – Phil Hill, ‘Taffy’ von Trips, Richie Ginther and Olivier Gendebien star in Maranello’s finest…

    The Mighty Atom (1934)  Austin Motor Company

    Wonderful period promotional film demonstrating the versatility of the Austin Seven engine – featuring ‘Rubber Duck’ racing cars at Brooklands and Shelsley Walsh, a fruit-farm tractor, a highly unorthodox motorcycle (and rider), and a hydroplane!

    1955 Monte Carlo Rally Standard Motor Company

    From the epic era of woolly hats, duffle coats and thermos flasks – all classic car life is here – from Aston Martin DB2/4 to Porsche 356, and Standard Ten to Armstrong-Siddeley. Spectacular colour coverage from the snows of Chambery to the rain-swept perils of the Monaco Grand Prix circuit.

    1954 Grosser Preis von Deutschland  Daimler-Benz AG

    Continuing the Stuttgart marque’s own sensational coverage of Mercedes-Benz’s Grand Prix racing comeback, with Juan Manuel Fangio, Karl Kling, Hans Herrmann, and the brand-new open-wheeled W196 confronting Ferrari, and the Nürburgring.|

    Sir Jack at 75 - Part 2

    Episode Two of our audience with Sir Jack Brabham – continuing his career with Cooper Cars through 1958 to the 1959 United States Grand Prix when he pushed his car across the line to secure his first World Championship crown!

    1957 Mille Miglia Rootes Group

    Rare colour coverage of the last real Mille Miglia of all. Shot for (and from) the Rootes Group’s Sunbeam Rapier entries this wonderful footage covers everything, from 4-cam Ferraris and V8 Maseratis to the most humble of affordable saloons.