Ford GT40 Crash Goodwood Revival 2010
On the second lap at St Mary's corner Shaun Lynn in the Ford GT40 span and
came to a stop on the track where he was hit by the Lola Chevrolet T70
Syder of Paul Knapfield. The Ford continued but the rear pannels of the
Lola were so badly damaged he was forced to retire. Please see my other
videos from the Goodwood Revival.
Goodwood Revival 2010, St Mary's Trophy, Race One
Race one of the St Mary's Trophy for saloon cars raced between 1950 and
1959. Martin Brundle was the highlight of the race for me, moving up from
4th place to challenge for the lead in his Austin A35 (car# 1), before
contact with the leader punctured a tyre and ultimately put him out of the
race. His efforts were more than appreciated by the crowd though! Tom
Kristensen took the victory in his first visit to the Revival (driving an
Austin A95 Westminster), after a good race with Patrick Watts (in the Volvo
Amazon 122S) was cut short by mechanical failure.
Goodwood Revival 2009 - Sights & Sounds!
Goodwood Revival 2009 All the sights and sounds from the the famous
'Goodwood Revival' including video footage from the track and the pits! No
music overlay to hinder those glorious engines sounds ;)
GOODWOOD REVIVAL 2007 Part 1
Goodwood revival has got to be one of the biggest and best organised
motoring events on the planet.Here are some clips from a great day out at
1959 Facel Vega HK 500
SOLD at http://www.ClassicarGarage.nl Facel Vega HK 500, year 1959. Colour
'Gregio Glace' with a 'Rouge Vif' leather interior. This very impressive HK
500 was recently extensively 'body off' restored. The body was restored
form the bare metal. All mechanics were overhauled and the interior was
upholsterd with new lether. The automobile is in excellent+ condition. More
Facel Vega and other marques for sale at http://www.ClassicarGarage.nl
Goodwood Revival Race in-car Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint
TrackDriver magazine Team Cars Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint, Goodwood Revival
2011 in the St Mary's Trophy Race.
Feature: TrackDriver magazine issue 8 (Goodwood Special)
Words: Tony Murray
Pictures: Jeff Bloxham/Jacob Ebrey
Austin Healey 3000 Rally car - Road test - HD - Great sound!
Austin Healey 3000 Rally Car
In the 1960's car manufacturers proved the durability of their products,
not by offering
7 year warranties, but by entering officially organised long distance, road
based driving competitions against rival manufacturers. These International
events called Rallies caught the imagination of the public and became
annual fixtures. Lasting for several days, over thousands of kilometres, on
rough roads and inhospitable environments, it was a good way to prove new
The British Motor Corporation (BMC) realised that the Austin Healey, in
particular the 3000 model, could be the basis for a winning car. They
developed it into a world beater and became very organised, employing the
best UK and controversially for the time, Scandinavian Drivers.
The most impressive victory, was the gruelling 1960 Liege-Rome-Liege won
by an all female crew, with Pat Moss (Stirling's sister) driving and Anne
The effort was truly heroic and the girls overcame hallucinations caused
by sleep deprivation, while still managing to drive flat out. At the time,
the very thought of the so called gentler sex, beating all the best male
drivers in the world was an unprecedented achievement and did much to
uplift the image of 'women drivers' everywhere.
The 2912cc works spec engine, typically runs triple 45DCOE Weber
carburetors, a 300 degree cam and a full race alloy head. Outputs are
typically between 200 and 300 bhp. The output varies with the compression
ratio and the choice of carburettor choke diameters, dependant on whether
you want low down grunt for rallying or top end for racing. This car is a
rally car and will accelerate to 60 mph in about 5.5 seconds and can almost
The Achilles' Heel of the Big Healey, was cockpit heat (from the set back
engine) and a lack of ground clearance. This car has the works 'in door' or
'sill mounted' Exhaust to get the Exhaust pipes out from under the car..
The gearbox is a straight cut 4 speed, with overdrive (a sort of ratio
extender) on 3rd and 4th, giving 6 ratios. In this car, like the works
machines, the overdrive switch is ideally mounted on the gear lever.
Fuel consumption averages around 14mpg, dropping to around 7mpg when
pressing on. A long range 18 gallon works style fuel tank is therefore a