Motorfilms Quarterly Volume 15: DWPDVD3015

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  • A Great Year for Girling (Part One) - Girling     (15:12)

     

    Fascinating colour coverage of the 1959 Monaco Grand Prix and Le Mans 24-Hour classics, bringing you not only ‘Monaco-nosed’ Ferrari Dino V6s, BRM Type 25s and the winning Cooper Type 51 in full-blooded action but also the glory of Aston Martin versus Ferrari on the Circuit de la Sarthe.

    An Audience with WB - MFQ exclusive interview     (10:09)

     

    There is no better source of historical perspective than to listen first-hand to one who was there, in the thick of things, at the time. Part Three of our exclusive interview with the great William Boddy - long-time Editor and guiding light of ‘Motor Sport’ magazine at its most formidable best - relates the inside story of the war years, and beyond...

    ‘Speed’ (1931) - Morris Motors     (15:08)

     

    One of the earliest ‘talkies’ ever made for the British motor industry, selling scarce Great Depression customers the notion of a Morris car capable of both 100mph, and 100 miles per gallon! Brooklands 500-Miles and Double-12, Ards and Isle of Man TTs, Herne Hill cycle racing and even Hitler’s day-job at ‘The Track’...

    Circuit and See! - The 1963 BRSCC racing season - David Roscoe   (26:46)

     

    Another superb Roscoe colour production from that contemporarily most pleasant, friendly and dynamic of motor clubs - see Jaguars versus Galaxies in ‘The Motor’ 6-Hours saloon car classic, Jim Clark winning in a 7-litre Ford, hill-climbing at Wiscombe, and hair-raising club racing at Oulton, Cadwell and Mallory Park.

    MG Does It Again - British Motor Corporation     (14:39)

     

    This truly magnificent quality, full-colour documentary covers the construction and deployment of MG’s rear-engined World Record-breaker ‘EX181’ in 1957 when Stirling Moss drove it on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah to set new world records in the 11/2-litre class. First-hand footage of MG’s John Thornley, Syd Enever, Stirling Moss, Phil Hill and a classic Abingdon success.

     

    Total Running Time 1 Hour 26 Minutes approximately