riverside Grand Prix 1965 Can Am racing

RIVERSIDE GRAND PRIX 1965 www.carfilms.com Very rare coverage of riverside raceway in 1965 This film shows the race from start to finish with Criss Economakie and Phil Hill calling all the shots The only footage known of fords first attempt at the Can Am circuit showing the ford X-1 gt this is a GT40 extended and with the top cut off. Footage of racing Cheetahs also Chaparral with Hap Sharp driving, drivers Bob Bondurant, Parnelli Jones and many other names you will recognize from the era! you can get this DVD at www.carfilms.com go to American challenge this DVD has 2 films American Challenge showing the Shelby Amrican team at Daytona and Sebring, and times Grand Prix of riverside 1965 ww.carfilms.com

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