Magnificent Machines - The Golden Age of the British Sports Car
Broadcast by the BBC in 2012, showcasing some superb cars via period and
modern footage, this is a brilliant programme. Grab a cuppa, sit back and
enjoy. Well done to all those involved in this episode.
Timeshift sets its rear view mirror to look back at the golden age of the
British sports car. It's the story of how - in the grey austerity of the
post-war years - iconic marques like Jaguar, Austin-Healey, MG and Triumph
sparked a manufacturing frenzy that helped to democratise speed and
From the MG Midget, much loved by American GIs, through to the more
affordable Austin Healey 'frog-eye' Sprite, and the E-Type Jaguar, seen by
many as the ultimate sports car, this is a tale of how, for a brief time,
Britain was home to two-seater heaven.
Narrated by Tamsin Greig and featuring contributions from Stirling Moss and
Ariel Atom Up Close - Adding Lightness
Autoshepherd Films gets an exclusive look at the most outrageous production
car to hit the streets, the notorious Ariel Atom! Sector 111 gives our
viewers the privilege of seeing this engineering masterpiece in greater
detail than ever seen before.
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Diesel Drag Racing Trucks at Bandimere Test n Tune Night at Bandimere
Speedway in Morrison CO at 5800 feet above sea level. Some Cummins Rams,
Duramax and one or two Powerstroke.
Ariel Atom VS Ferrari
Playing around getting some footage of Kevin's nice 430 at shannonville
track day (MR2 club track day). You can't really tell until near the end,
but the Atom's much faster.
Better to get footage than just pass that big red exotic :).
Video of Ariel Atom Challenge
2008 Supercharged Ariel Atom raced against time from UK to Malta 3500km
adrenalin pumping journey racing at high speed along French and Italian
motorways, secondary roads and winding mountain passes.
Exhilarating performance and impeccable handling.
Driven by owner Douglas Gresham, co-producer of The Narnja Chronicles and
popular Maltese motoring journalist Tonio Darmanin.
The Atom brought every town and village it passed through to a standstill
as people stopped to admired the and posed next to it for photographs.