Motorfilms Quarterly Volume 11: DWPDVD3011

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  • Diesel Race Car (1952) Part Two     (23:07)

    This remarkable full-colour movie coverage of the Cummins Diesel car campaign to win the 1952 Indianapolis 500-Miles continues with Freddie Agabashian’s shattering qualifying laps visibly justifying his ‘Fearless Freddie’ nickname - high-speed thrills and spills from the period in which ‘The Brickyard’ was indeed brick-paved...


    Two Days at the Races (1938)     (10:28)


    Black-and-white amateur movie coverage of the immortal ‘Silver Arrows’ in full-blooded action - Mercedes-Benz W154s against the latest so-called ‘D-Type’ Auto Union V12s in both the 1938 GP de l’ACF and the Donington Grand Prix - Mercedes-Benz v Auto Union, match-drawn, one all...


    The Sebring 12-Hours (1963) - Standard-Triumph     (23:09)


    Excellent colour coverage of the Floridan World Championship endurance classic with Ferrari’s finest sports-prototypes and Gran Turismo legends confronting Shelby Cobras and Chevrolet Corvettes. Our heroes in this minor classic are the Standard-Triumph works team of four TR4s - great coverage augmented by an onboard ‘wobblyvision’ lap of the historic Hendrick Field aerodrome course.


    Two Days at the Races (1947)     (8:50)


    Exceptionally well shot 16mm amateur footage recalling a weekend away in the Isle of Man, capturing the BRDC Manx Cup and British Empire Trophy races - ERAs, Maseratis, Rileys, Gordini, the Alfa-Aitken and even the mysterious Reg Parnell Challenger...and all in mixed coverage - both black-and-white and 57-year old living colour!


    Thoroughbreds All (1950) - The Nuffield Organisation     (17:20)


    Magnificent quality 35mm black-and-white documentary takes us on a technical tour of Nuffield Organisation testing and development before the fun really begins - as we follow an intrepid International entry on the 1950 Alpine Rally...


    Total Running Time 1 Hour 25 Minutes approximately