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Formula One 1956
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BP dispatched film crews all over the world to capture this superb footage showing Juan Manuel Fangio (Ferrari) winning his fourth World Championship. There are some breathtaking shots of the Old Man doing battle with Stirling Moss (Maserati) at Monaco, Spa and Monza, and with Harry Schell at Reims. Fangio’s majestic victory ahead of Moss at the Nürburgring is wonderful to ...
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Tribute To Moss
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After announcing his retirement in 1963, Stirling Moss returned to Goodwood, where his career had been cut short on Easter Monday 1962. In conversation with Raymond Baxter he recalls his initial success with 500cc cars, his time with Jaguar, the failure of BRM, the G type ERA and his tremendous achievements with Mercedes-Benz, Vanwall and the Rob Walker Team.

GP d’Europe 1957, Aintree UK

This is a fine record of Stirling’s historic victory with the Vanwall in the British Grand Prix – the first ever all-British victory in a World Championship ...
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Tribute To Fangio
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‘Tribute to Fangio’ was made in 1959 shortly after he retired as five times World Champion. It opens with some sensational ‘on car’ shots of the Old Man driving his 250F Maserati and then goes on to cover his early races with Gordini and Maserati, leading up to his first Championship win with Alfa Romeo in 1951. There is also excellent coverage of his classic battle with Mike Hawthorn in the 1953 French GP and clips showing his four consecutive World Championship wins with Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari and Maserati.

'25 Years of the Nürburgring’ was made in 1953 to mark the ...
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Moss The Master
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This shows Stirling in four of his greatest drives.

‘The British GP 1955’ depicts his historic victory in the Mercedes at Aintree where he became the first Briton to win this race.

‘The Tourist Trophy 1955’ is a gem. Run over the narrow, twisting 7.5-mile Dundrod road circuit in Ireland, the race produced a glorious battle between the two 300SLR Mercedes of Moss/Fitch and Fangio/Kling and the lone D-Type Jaguar of Hawthorn and Titterington. Moss went on to win. ‘Two Laps of Honour’ is a record of Stirling’s last and arguably greatest wins at Monaco and ...
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Moss - The First Ten Years
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Starting with his early days in 500 cc racing we follow Stirling’s career through the remarkable variety of cars he raced, V16 BRM, G-Type ERA, Cooper-Alta, HWM, Jaguar, Maserati, Aston Martin, Vanwall and the Rob Walker Coopers and Lotuses.

In 1958, driving a Vanwall, he looked set to become Britain’s first World Champion, but lost the title by one point.

‘Weekend at Le Mans 1957’. This was the last year of the ‘big bangers’ in the fifties, as a 3-litre capacity limit was imposed on sports car racing in 1958. As in 1956 it was an Ecurie Ecosse D-Type Jaguar that won ...
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The Time Between and The European GP 1964
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‘The Time Between’ looks at how four drivers, Graham Hill, Bruce McLaren, Innes Ireland and Mike Hailwood, occupy their time between the finish of the French Grand Prix at Rouen and the start of the European and British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch. Graham Hill and Innes Ireland take part in the Reims 12 Hour Sports Car race and Mike Hailwood goes back to Spa Francorchamps where he wins the 500 cc GP. He also takes us for a high speed lap on his four-cylinder MV.

‘The European Grand Prix 1964’ was the first GP to be held at Brands Hatch and was also the European GP that ...
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The Ulster GP 1955 & Motorcycle Sport 1956
The Ulster GP 1955 & Motorcycle Sport 1956Enquiry Form
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‘The Ulster GP 1955’ The two-wheel experts were out in force for the Ulster GP as Hartle, Surtees and Brett on their Nortons did battle with Lomas and Dale on Moto Guzzis and the great Bob McIntyre on his semi-works Norton. Lomas ran the entire race without a fuel stop to score his greatest victory.

‘Motorcycle Sport 1956’ looks at three very different events: the Scarborough senior race at Oliver’s Mount, the Welsh 3-day Trial and a Motocross GP at Hawkstone ...
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Tribute to Bob McIntyre
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‘The 1958 Northwest 200’ was held at Port Stewart in Northern Ireland and, riding in his usual immaculate style the great Bob Mac was soon in the lead. After eight laps he came in for a ‘top up’ letting Jack Brett into the lead. But only for one lap, as he then also stopped for fuel, leaving McIntyre in sight of victory. But Brett flashed to win when McIntyre’s engine failed.

‘The Right Line 1960’ points the way for young riders to reach GP racing. Commentator Graham Walker (father of the great Murray Walker) takes us back to basics before looking at racing proper. Then ...
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The Gulf/Wyer GT40s & 917s In Action
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‘Never Start Something You Can’t Stop’ concentrates on the efforts of the John Wyer team of Gulf Ford GT40s to win the 1968 Le Mans 24 hour race. It begins with a fast lap around the 8.4-mile circuit viewed from a GT40. In the race Rodriguez and Bianchi provided a first Le Mans victory for themselves and Gulf Oil and a second victory for John Wyer who had also won in 1959 with his Aston Martin team. This was the third successive win for Ford.

‘A Year To Remember’ is a marvellous record of John Wyer’s highly successful 1970 season when his fabulous Gulf Porsche 917s swept ...
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Lap of the Gods (Part One)
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This is the ideal video for all you enthusiasts who enjoy ‘on-car’ action during a GP meeting. The famous French director Alain Boisnard mounted a movie camera centrally behind the driver’s head giving you a genuine ‘driver’s eye’ view of the track. The commentary comes from Murray Walker, the Voice of Grand Prix racing at the time. This is an opportunity to ‘drive’ some of the most powerful F1 cars ever built on many of the greatest circuits in the World.

In TSV10 we see the ‘A-M’ of race tracks with Patrick Tambay (Renault) at Adelaide; Mario Andretti (Lotus) at ...
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Lap of the Gods (Part Two)
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This is the ideal video for all you enthusiasts who enjoy ‘on-car’ action during a GP meeting. The famous French director Alain Boisnard mounted a movie camera centrally behind the driver’s head giving you a genuine ‘driver’s eye’ view of the track. The commentary comes from Murray Walker, the Voice of Grand Prix racing at the time. This is an opportunity to ‘drive’ some of the most powerful F1 cars ever built on many of the greatest circuits in the World.

In TSV11 we see the ‘M-Z’ of race tracks with Patrick Depailler (Tyrrell) and Rene Arnoux at Montreal; Jacques Lafitte ...
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Chips & Champagne
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These two films were made by the late David Clarke on a shoestring budget. He was a very successful businessman and a brilliant amateur film maker who took a couple of 16mm cameras and some simple sound equipment to Monaco and Reims and produced two superb films that record GP racing in 1950s.

‘The 1955 Monaco GP’ was one of the most dramatic races of all time, with the surprising failure of the Mercedes of Fangio and Moss, the memorable Ascari ‘dive’ into the harbour in his Lancia and Maurice Trintignant’s surprise victory for Ferrari.

‘The Reims GP 1957’ was ...
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The BRM Collection (Volume One 1950-52)
The BRM Collection (Volume One 1950-52)Enquiry Form
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It was the late Sir Alfred Owen’s unfailing enthusiasm that kept BRM going throughout the 1950s and '60s. He also commissioned a series of films to record many of the team’s racing seasons. In ‘Volume One’ we see the very beginning of the remarkable V16 BRM and we follow its heart-breaking first three years of competition, when drivers such as Reg Parnell, Peter Walker, Juan Manuel Fangio, Froilan Gonzales and Stirling Moss all tried to make the car a winner on the international stage ... to no ...
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The BRM Collection (Volume Two 1954-55)
The BRM Collection (Volume Two 1954-55)Enquiry Form
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As the World Championship was for F2 cars, the BRMs were only eligible for Formule Libre races in 1952-53, but there was still one F1 event in the calendar, at Albi. The V16s were plagued by thrown tyre treads and lost a certain victory. In 1954 a shorter, lighter version of the V16 appeared, running as a test bed for the new 2.5-litre F1 BRM. For the same purpose the Owen Organisation bought a 250F Maserati. Ron Flockhart joined Ken Wharton on the team and both scored some minor victories. In 1955 Peter Collins moved from Vanwall to BRM and won a couple of races in the V16 and one in the ...
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The BRM Collection (Volume Three 1957-59)
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Product Reference: TSV16-NTSC

After a disastrous 1956 season, BRM at last made a winner out of the P25 in 1957, although neither of the car’s two victories – at Caen and Silverstone- was a World Championship GP. The team had to wait until 1959 before it’s efforts were finally rewarded when, to great acclaim, Jo Bonnier won the Dutch ...
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The BRM Collection (Volume Four 1962-65)
The BRM Collection (Volume Four 1962-65)Enquiry Form
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In 1962 BRM finally came good, winning the Constructors' and Drivers’ World Championships with Graham Hill and Richie Ginther. The next year Graham won at Monaco for the first time. BRM also joined forces with Rover to race their gas turbine car at Le Mans. Hill won Monaco again in 1964 and BRM were looking ahead with 4-wheel drive. Finally in 1965 Graham scored his hat-trick at Monaco, just failing to win the Championship for the second time. Jackie Stewart won the Tasman Cup for ...
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Racing The Silver Arrows (Part One)
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Racing The Silver Arrows tells - for the first time on video - the full, remarkable story of how the new company of Auto Union challenged the old established firm of Mercedes-Benz on the race tracks of the world between the years 1934 and 1939. With this original film from the Auto Union Archive, Terrific Stuff presents the legend of the Silver Arrows:

Part 1 - the birth of Auto Union and Prof. Porsche’s mid-engined masterpiece; 1935 - Rudolf Caracciola is first European Champion, with Mercedes-Benz; 1936 - the sensational rise of Bernd Rosemeyer, who becomes Champion in ...
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Racing The Silver Arrows (Part Two)
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Product Reference: TSV19-NTSC

Racing The Silver Arrows tells - for the first time on video - the full, remarkable story of how the new company of Auto Union challenged the old established firm of Mercedes-Benz on the race tracks of the world between the years 1934 and 1939. With this original film from the Auto Union Archive, Terrific Stuff presents the legend of the Silver Arrows

Part 2 - 1937 (cont) - von Brauchitsch wins the Monaco GP; Rosemeyer wins the Coppa Acerbo and talks about losing a wheel; Caracciola regains the title, but Rosemeyer and Auto Union dominate the Rekordwoche. 1938 - Rosemeyer dies in a ...
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