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Sir Jackie Stewart revving Jim Clarks Indy 500 Lotus

Turn up the volume and enjoy, 180 decibels of music as Sir Jackie Stewart revvs the guts off Jim Clark's 1965 Indy 500 winning Lotus 38


 


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First Time Out (Lotus 49) - 1967
This film tells the story of the legendary Lotus 49, when it won the Zandvoort Grand Prix at its first outing. Featuring drivers such as Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart, and Jim Clark, this film captures a unique moment in the history of motor racing.





Exclusive: Dario Franchitti Drives Jim Clarks Indy-Winning Lotus 38 Ford
Dario gets behind the wheel of Jim Clarks Indy-Winning Lotus 38 Ford -- and opens it up at the Brickyard.





Jackie Stewart tests the P34 Tyrrell 6 wheeler
Jackie Stewart test drives the Tyrrell P34. Read the full story about the P34 here http://www.australianautosportcommunity.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=57





1973 Formula1 GP Nurburgring Jackie Stewart onboard lap commentary
Jackie Stewart narrates a lap of the 'ring in the 1973 GP 1:10: "you're going up here with so much G forces on that you can't take your foot off the throttle and get it on the brake"





onboard Jim Clark 1963
Black and white video onboard Jim Clark on Lotus. Gp Oulton park 1963.





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Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010: Sir Jackie Stewart Driving the Lotus-Ford 38/1
During the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010, The Henry Ford debuted the Lotus-Ford 38/1 post-restoration. This is a short video of Sir Jackie Stewart driving the Lotus-Ford 38/1 away from the holding area and headed for the Start line. For more information, please visit http://www.thehenryford.org or http:/www.racinginamerica.com.





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. Please comment, rate, and subscribe! My Facebook Page - http://tinyurl.com/6385qw2 Blog - http://dtrockstar1.blogspot.co​m/





World's Greatest Indy Racing Car
One of the most important American racing artifacts gets back on track after 45 years. The Henry Ford Museum brings Jim Clark's Lotus-Ford 38/1 back to the scene of its triumph for a turn around the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Some of the men who spearheaded the project talk about the significance of the car in racing history.





Jackie Stewart on Murray Walkers F1 Greats
Sir John Young "Jackie" Stewart, better known as Jackie, and nicknamed The Flying Scot, is a Scottish former racing driver. He competed in Formula One between 1965 and 1973, winning three World Drivers' Championships.





1968 Lotus 56 at the 2011 Goodwood Festival Of Speed
The 1968 Lotus 56 Turbine Indy car, driven here by Parnelli Jones, as seen at the 2011 Goodwood Festival Of Speed. Lotus founder Colin Chapman is best remembered for having a lot of success with unconventional and revolutionary racing cars. One of the most outrageous Lotus designs was the Type 56, prepared for the 1968 Indy 500. Although the novelties found on the 56 were not new, but the combination proved to be a package very well worth the Lotus badge. Designed by Maurice Philippe, the 56 was not equipped with a regular internal combustion engine, but with a Pratt and Whitney industrial turbine engine. Such an engine was used previously and proved very reliable. Due to the nature of a turbine engine, no gearbox was needed. Using the proven Ferguson four wheel drive system, the turbine engine's power was transferred to all wheels. Although the turbine was not quite as powerful as the turbo charged internal combustion engines used by the competition, Chapman was confident that the four wheel drive system would give Lotus the edge over the rest. The operation was partly funded by Andy Granatelli's STP company and the wedge shaped cars were livered in STP's striking orange colour scheme. Lotus intended to enter their two Formula 1 drivers, Jim Clark and Graham Hill and Granatelli himself would enter another two cars for American drivers, including Parnelli Jones. Unfortunately Clark lost his life in a Formula 2 accident earlier that year. His replacement, Mike Spence, was struck by tragedy as well, losing his life after a high speed accident with Lotus 56 in one of the Indy 500 test sessions. Eventually Graham Hill, Joe Leonard and Art Polland entered the race with the turbine Lotus. Again Lotus' bold move proved successful with Leonard on pole, closely followed by Hill. Hill crashed out early in the race, and Leonard and Pollard both retired with fuel pump problems. Leonard was in the lead with just a few laps to go, when his turbine engine died. A grief strucken Chapman had returned to Europe with Spence's body and left the turbine Indy cars in Granatelli's hands. He campaigned the cars with little success. At the end of the season the innovative cars were left obsolete when the sport's governing body (USAC) banned both turbine engines and four wheel drive. Featured is Parnelli Jones' Type 56, which has benefited from a ground up restoration in recent years. It is in full running order, but it is no longer fitted with the original turbine engine. This unique racer is pictured here at the 2004 Eyes on Design exhibition held at the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House.





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 ----------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1967_German_Grand_Prix ----------------- Nine Days In Summer - Ford Archive Gems DVD 1967 http://www.dukevideo.com/Cars/DVD/Formula-One/F1-History/Ford-Archive-Gems- -Nine-Days-in-Summer.aspx





Al Unser Sr, talks about Jimmy Clark's 1965 Lotus-Ford.
May 27, 2011 - Al Unser Sr. at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Firestone Garage talking about his former teamate Jim Clark and driving Clark's Lotus-Ford 1965 Indy 500 winning car in a special parade before the 2011 Indy 500 Race Sunday May 29, 2011. For more information go to RacinginAmerica.com





Dario Franchitti Drives Jim Clark Lotus-Ford 38/1 at Indianapolis
A cornerstone of the Henry Ford Museum's Racing in America collection, the Lotus-Ford 38/1 returns to the scene of its triumph. After a 45 year absence from the race track, Jim Clark's Indianapolis 500 winning Lotus-Ford 38/1 returns to Indianapolis Motor Speedway with 2007 Indy 500 Champion Dario Franchitti at the wheel. For more information, please visit http://www.thehenryford.org or http:/www.racinginamerica.com





The Best Ferrari F1 V12 Engine Sound
Start of ex A Prost F1 , after engine change ...Enjoy the fantastic noise of the V12 Ferrari engine.




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