spa on board footage in austin healey 3000

on board footage at spa in austin healey 3000 driven by marc campfield starting from the back of the grid!!! AMAZING FOOTAGE OF SPA

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The fastest ever lap of Spa for Healey 3000, the 2.56.9 qualifying lap in DD300 by Nigel Greensall
During qualifying for the Spa Six Hours 2012, Nigel did the first sub 3 minute lap for an Austin Healey 3000 in the famous DD300. Nigel along with car owners Christiaen van Lanschot and Karsten Le Blanc finished a superb 10th overall and top Healey in the 6 hour race. This is the factory car that raced at Le Mans in 1962 and is now prepared by Denis Welch Motorsport

Austin Healey Crash at Montlhery, June 2002 - Full video including crash
Full video including crash | Action packed all Healey race, Jeremy Welch leads from the start in his Austin Healey, KVS 484 until the last lap when he is pushed off the track in a dramatic accident. As a result of this crash Jeremy unfortunately broke his back and ended up with 6 months off work, the car took longer to repair. Denis Welch Motorsport The Austin Healey Specialists - Race and Road More videos from Denis Welch Motorsport can be seen on our website or by following the link below:

BATHURST 1998 SIR DONALD HEALEY International Tribute Race The Austin Healey is a legendary car, enjoy this rare footage from Bathurst, The 1998 Donald Healey International Tribute Race. Special thanks to Locky Fowler for digging this up & saving this footage from being lost forever, it's a true gem! Kudos mate. All Credit Channel 7 Sport 1998 Introduced by Garry Wilkinson Commentators Allan Moffat & Richard Hay The business was founded in 1945 by Donald Healey, a successful car designer and rally driver. Healey discussed sports car design with Achille Sampietro, a chassis specialist for high performance cars and Ben Bowden, a body engineer, when all three worked at Humber during World War II. Healey motorcars Healey's new enterprise focused on producing expensive, high quality, high performance cars. It was based in an old aircraft components factory off Miller Road in Warwick. There he was joined by Roger Menadue from Armstrong Whitworth to run the experimental workshop. In later years they also had a now-demolished showroom (formerly a cinema) on Emscote Road, Warwick, commemorated by a new block of flats called Healey Court. The cars mainly used a tuned version of the proven Riley twin cam 2.4 litre four cylinder engine in a light steel box section chassis of their own design using independent front suspension by coil springs and alloy trailing arms with Girling dampers. The rear suspension used a Riley live axle with coil springs again. Advanced design allowed soft springing to be combined with excellent road holding. Lockheed hydraulic brakes were used. A Credit Channel 7 Sport! Special race with Peter Hopwood as a tribute here

RACING AT SPA in Austin Healey 3000 - Jack Rawles
Jack Rawles driving David Grace's Austin Healey 3000 at Spa in the 3 hour event. Jack started the race and handed over to David Grace at the hour mark. an electrical issue in qualifying meant the pairing qualified 29th out of 71. Jack raced the car up to 7th overall and David Grace continued the charge to 5th. at 2 hours, the car was handed back to Jack in 7th, sliding past cars who did not to refuel, Jack got back up to 3rd only to be overtaken by 2 faster cars recovering from their fuel stops. Jack Rawles and David Grace finished the spa 3 hours 5th overall and 2nd in class.