Vintage Racing - 1950s Indy Cars startup and race. LOUD!!!
Chris Ashworth records a series of 1950s Indy Cars at Michigan International Speedway. This was a vintage racing event that was associated with the Concours d'elegance of America, where these cars were on display after this event.
This event was incredible! I got to wander in the pits and the garage area. You will hear these cars starting up right from the tailpipes, and you will see them driving on the track from the pits.
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Nurburgring '1967 [TEAM LOTUS]
Winner: Denny Hulme (Brabham-Repco)
Pole position: Jim Clark (Lotus-Ford) - 8:04.1
Fastest Lap: Dan Gurney (Eagle-Weslake) - 8:15.1
Nine Days In Summer - Ford Archive Gems DVD 1967
Ferrari 330 P4 Jackie Stewart Special @ KH
Here is the Jackie Stewart Special Ferrari 330 P4 at Knockhill during the Scottish Classic Speedfair revving with a lot of backfiring which was extremely loud and ferocious!
Talked to the guy driving and he told me some history about the car and it not actually being a normal P4 but the Jackie Stewart Special. Amazing looking car and it did sound very nice going round the track afterwards for a couple of laps.
1965 Lotus/Ford Indy car starting
This was a treat. While attending the 2009 Indianapolis 500, we walked past the lower level of the Indy Museum and was fortunate to see Jim Clark's 1965 Lotus/Ford being started as it was scheduled to run a parade lap. This car was built just for Indy and won. It was only raced once from what I understand and was the first rear-engine car to win at Indy.
#41 of The Flying Lap: Sir Jackie Stewart
iTunes: audio http://bit.ly/hhES6J video http://bit.ly/f9cHhc More episodes at http://theflyinglap.com 'The Flying Lap with Peter Windsor', Wednesdays at 1900 UK, 11AM Pacific.
In this special episode we talk to Sir Jackie Stewart, three-times World Champion and the winner of 27 Grands Prix for BRM and Tyrrell. A tireless campaigner for safety and charitable causes throughout his racing career, and in the years that followed his retirement in 1973, Sir Jackie is today acclaimed globally as one of the most significant figures in the history of our sport. In the aftermath of the shocking accident in Las Vegas that cost the life of Dan Wheldon, he talks about lessons that can be learned in all disciplines of the sport - and about the F1 politics over the years that, astonishingly, have led to Sir Jackie never being asked to take a formal role (in the area of safety) within the sport. Despite that omission, there is no doubt that no single individual has done more for the safety of drivers, pit crew and spectators. We talk about his favourite cars, his most "harmonious" races, his own mental approach to racing, about the current F1 stars, about Red Bull Racing - a team he originated in Milton Keynes - and about the searching question he asked of Ayrton Senna early in 1990, now made famous by the "Senna" movie . Candid and open, Sir Jackie also talks about his battle with dyslexia and his spiritual beliefs.
Lotus 25 sound
I recorded this at the Monaco Historic Grand Prix 2010. Classic Team Lotus warming up The Lotus 25 owned by John Bowers, driven by Andy Middlehurst