1967 BOAC 500 Sports Car Race Brands Hatch.mp4
Coverage of the 1967 BOAC 500 Sports Car Race at Brands Hatch which sealed
Ferrari as Sports Car Champions over the Ford GT40's that year.
The intro shows a Ferrari 412P - a "customer version" of the famous 330 P3
race car, built for independent teams like NART (0844), Scuderia
Filipinetti (0848), Francorchamps (0850), and Maranello Concessionaires
0854 is seen behind the Ford Transit at the beginning of this film with its
unique Cambridge Blue stripe on Rosso Corsa.
These cars had carburetor engines instead of the factory Lucas fuel
injection of the P4 but were otherwise very similar - A P3 was also updated
to p4 spec -the 0846 being since the subject of an intense investgation of
authenticity since Ferrari have previously decklared it as destroyed and
Surviving 412P cars are worth approximately $8 million at auction. 0854 is
currently undergoing restoration and conversion from Spyder back to
Belinetta by James Glikenhaus.
Porsche 911GT3 racing at Brands Hatch
A bit of in-car footage from the 911virgin.com GT3 cup car whilst racing at
The race was on the Grand Prix circuit and was interrupted by a couple of
safety car sessions when a Dodge Viper hit the wall coming out of Surtees
and a Lamorghini met a similar fate later in the same place. Both drivers
walked away unharmed.
No trees or small fluffy animals were harmed in the making of this video !!
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Historic F1 Brands Hatch GP, March 761
Katsu Kubota racing his Historic F1 March 761-6 at Brands Hatch GP circuit
in the Historic F1 race. This is the very car that Ronnie Peterson won the
Italian GP in 1976. Filmed using Goldstar Onboard Racecam video system,
more information can be found at www.goldstaronboard.com
Brabham F1 Crash - Brands Hatch Grand Prix
Classic 4Kam Video - In car camera kit from http://www.4Kam.com
Accident in a Brabham Grandprix Car during the Brands Hatch Super Prix
Onboard footage as the offside rear drive shaft brakes on the Brabham BT11,
F1-2-64 driven Jon Fairley.
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