Classic Car Clinic's MGB raced at the Spa 6 hours using Evans waterless coolant
Classic Car Clinic's MGB raced at the Spa 6 hours on September 22, 2012.
Drivers Jean Michel Guermonprez and Vincent Bokstael.
At 3:00 minutes you can see how Evans Coolant doesn't boil when you open
the radiator cap of an engine that was raced for 3 hours! Don't try this
with a water based coolant or you will get seriously hurt, and your race
will be over! Evans Coolant has a booiling point of 180 degrees Celsius
which makes it perfect for any race- or classic car.
1977 MG MGB V8 Roadster
Offered for sale by St. Louis Car Museum & Sales. For this vehicle and
others, please visit http://www.stlouiscarmuseum.com or call (800) 957-5707
Lime Rock Vintage race 9/3/2011 MG focus, Carl from Zapata
This is Carl from the Zapata team winning the MG race at Lime Rock. This
was a great battle that goes back and forth. At 5:40 his car starts
smoking, and he thinks he might have to stop. At 6:59 he gets passed by
our new friend Storm, but he gets him back the next lap. This is the
first race Carl has ever won. We were very excited for him. This was a
great event, with many historic MG's and like always, some very special
MG Car Club Silverstone June 2012 Sprite Midget
I missed qualifying due to an Ignition problem which meant that I had to
start from the back of the Sprite Midget Grid with the BCV8s starting a
further 40 seconds later behind me. Unfortunately the ignition problem
hadn't been totally solved which lead to my eventual retirement. We swapped
our camera's around but still had misting issues with one of them so
apologies for the quality of footage from that camera, we think we have an
idea what is causing that so hopefully, next time, it will be improved.
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