Motorfilms Quarterly Volume 13: DWPDVD3013

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  • 1961 Monte Carlo Rally - The Rootes Group     (26:11)


    An off-beat alternative view of the great winter rally classic; colour coverage of that memorable year’s event, in which no fewer than 110 of the 346 entries were British. While Panhard finished 1-2-3, Sunbeam Rapiers also excelled and Anne Hall/Val Domleo clinched the Coupe des Dames.

    An Audience with W.B. - MFQ exclusive interview     (15:43)


    Now in his 90s, the great William Boddy - renowned long-term Editor of ‘Motor Sport’ magazine - relates his unique entry into motoring journalism in the 1930s, and recalls the realities of Brooklands racing and halcyon days at Weybridge’s historic Motor Course

    Wheelspin 61 - 1961 BRSCC racing season - David Roscoe     (28:31)


    Amazingly avant garde, zany, Milliganesque club movie made for the British Racing & Sports Car Club, the most go-ahead and dynamic of all contemporary UK race organisers. Enthusiastic movie maker David Roscoe does for motor racing what Monty Python would make commonplace years later.

    1929 Monaco Grand Prix-winning Bugatti Type 35B - MFQ’s private view     (15:05)


    Chassis ‘4914’ driven by ‘Williams’ to win the inaugural Monaco GP stars in the Bonhams Revival Meeting auction sale, September 2005. Preserved untouched for over 50 years - we provide your viewing of motor racing’s ultimate ‘time machine’.

    PLUS: Stock-car strife at Langhorne     (02:00)


    You know when a racing car spins or crashes how the yellow caution flag goes out, enabling following runners to take avoiding action? You know how the yellow and red oil flag indicates further danger? You know how the red flag stops a race? Well at ‘The Horne’ the stock car boys were taking little notice...


    Total Running Time 1 Hour 30 Minutes approximately