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Dangerous Classic F1 - 1955 Belgium GP - Fast Friday
Take a step back in time and celebrate the 1955 Belgium Grand Prix thanks to Shell. Subscribe for more: http://link.base79.com/polepositionsub See the cars hit 200mph with no seat belts or roll cage racing for 3 hours around the amazing Grand Prix Circuit in Belgium. Pole Position is the place for motor sport fans and petrol heads covering the very best races, teams and drivers from around the world. From F1 to banger racing and from Indianapolis to Monte Carlo we'll cover the best of the best, keeping you entertained. Highlights, interviews, team tours and on location we'll be there to give you the inside track. Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/fyE5O Like on Facebook: http://goo.gl/d15Mv +1 on Google+: http://goo.gl/B7PU4





On-board with Jim Clark - Brands Hatch
Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/TsvaMs Like on Facebook: http://goo.gl/sBqGfi +1 on Google+: http://goo.gl/COUHCp In the second of our two annotated F1 videos from 1964, attention is focussed on the British and European Grand Prix - the first World Championship race to be staged at Brands Hatch. Courtesy of British Pathe, who produced a documentary that year on the importance of British teams in F1, we are treated to lots of details shots on the grid (although some are from the 1964 German GP!) and, brilliantly, some on-board footage with Jim Clark. We have left the audio in its original form, for charm's sake, but added captions were appropriate. (2/2) Images courtesy of LAT Photographic http://www.latphoto.co.uk





Grand Prix Miniatures (1968)
Bournemouth, Dorset. Various shots show Formula One driver Jim Clark in a Lotus Ford in the Grand Prix. Commentator says "Now he is dead, the Flying Scot who won more Grand Prix than any other driver". We then see several shots of Henri Baigent working on a miniature model of the Lotus Ford, that was to be presented to Jim Clark to commemorate his Grand Prix victories. Every part of the model is made by hand - extremely detailed work. The story ends with a L/S of Jim Clark driving along after winning a race, with the back of his car covered with flowers. Note: there is a newspaper article on file about Henri and his work. FILM ID:429.04 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/





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.




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