Motorfilms Quarterly Volume 23 DVD
MOTORFILMS QUARTERLY VOLUME TWENTY THREE
The very best movie footage from a Century of Motor Sport. Compiled and introduced by Doug Nye and David Weguelin
90 minutes of stunning-quality rare motoring movie specially selected from 100 years of worldwide racing, rally and industry action.
Highlights and sidelights - drama and fine detail - humour and heroes -first-hand memories of classic motor sport...
John Cobb's Napier-Railton (19:00)
John Cobb's Napier-Railton - the 24-litre Napier Lion-engined Brooklands perpetual lap record holder seen in the owner's own home movies - shot at Brooklands, Montlhery and on Bonneville Salt Flats as the great car won two BRDC 500s and smashed more than 40 World speed records...
1943 The Nuffield Salamander - The Nuffield Organisation (04:15)
Just when Nazi Germany's new empire had reached its most expansive, Morris Motors' finest came up with this innovative 'minor' reptile...
1958 Alpine Rally - Standard -Triumph (24:30)
The works team of Triumph TR3s confront the rallying world's finest on the classic cols of Europe, the Vivione, Stelvio, Croce Domini, Gavea and so many more. Merely the last leg took 31 relentless hours! A rally fit for heroes...
Auto Union Chassis No 19 (04:00)
Celebrating the racing career of the most complete surviving genuine Grand Prix Auto Union from 1939 - the 3-litre V12 driven in period by Hans Stuck and 'Schorsch' Meier.. .rescued from Russia in the 1990s and reassembled by Crosthwaite & Gardiner.
A Hard Day's Fright (1964) - David Roscoe (27:30)
David Roscoe's fabulous period piece made for the British Racing & Sports Car Club's 1964 annual film show...and boy, does it show!