British Stock Car Racing Crashes
A compilation of crashes from the world of stock car racing in the UK.
These clips are from the Crimond events and Cowdenbeaths Racewall events.
Boxer Jack In-Car from Wimbledon
Here's some footage from in-car with National Banger driver 331 Jason
'Boxer Jack' Jackson's World Final mk.1 Granada at the Wimbledon World
Qualifier on 11th March, and we've even got some footage of him going
through the tunnel on the way to the track for the Final for extra
History of stock car racing, moonshine, muscle cars
I do not claim any ownership over the copyrights to this video. It was
recorded off the TV around 1995 and I have not seen it anywhere since, so I
thought I would share it with the world. This video has not been monetized
and therefore I am not earning revenue from it.
UK Stock Car Racing - RacePixels
RacePixels.co.uk is an online photo agency which covers short oval
motorsport in the UK. We are one year old in March 2008 and our
photographers have collected some spectacular images from UK based Stock
Car racing events across the country during our short existence. These are
just some of them. Check out our other slideshow montages covering Banger
Racing and other Motor Sport action. Then log onto www.racepixels.co.uk and
see more examples of some of the most extreme Motor Sport activity in the
Stock Car racing in the UK is very much a contact Motorsport and the cars
are built to take some pretty brutal treatment. This montage features
several classes, from the purpose built Brisca F1 & F2 Stock Cars,
Superstox and Saloon Stock Car formulas, through the budget 1300cc Stock
Car class and to the Junior Mini Stox.
The RacePixels photographers are currently Matt Bull, Stu Bishop, Dave
Bastock, Chris Berry, Melvyn Johnson, Paul Huggett, Jim Crucefix, Nick
Tryon and Steve Lever.
Spedeworth Banger Racing - The Early Years - Photos & Cine Film
Managed to save the cine film to Video before all the equipment was
dissposed of a few years ago. Then I realised this was really just the
start off point for Spedeworth Banger racing on a regular format so put
together this explanation.
Sorry for any quality loss but it has been converted from cine to video
then to DVD and then onto youtube and of course its 40 years old in most
Like to think its worth saving as archive material at least.
I took all the photos & cine film except for some my dad took as I was out
there driving as # 562 (1974, 75 & 76 )
Apologies to any Spedeworth fans who dont like Bangers.
Sadly whilst compiling this I heard the news that Les Eaton had died in
Without him there would be no Spedeworth, but thats another story