Car Crash at Goodwood Revival 2008 Rae Davis Racing Austin A35
In-car footage from Rae Davis at the Goodwood 2008 Revival Meeting. Austin A35 amazing high speed crash video. Fantastic front and rear views filmed from inside the racing car. No music - lots of loud roaring engines and crunching metal noise!
Goodwood Revival 2010, St Mary's Trophy, Race One
Race one of the St Mary's Trophy for saloon cars raced between 1950 and
1959. Martin Brundle was the highlight of the race for me, moving up from
4th place to challenge for the lead in his Austin A35 (car# 1), before
contact with the leader punctured a tyre and ultimately put him out of the
race. His efforts were more than appreciated by the crowd though! Tom
Kristensen took the victory in his first visit to the Revival (driving an
Austin A95 Westminster), after a good race with Patrick Watts (in the Volvo
Amazon 122S) was cut short by mechanical failure.
my austin a35 that i have had for 11 years
THE BEST OF MOTORING IN THE THIRTIES
To buy the DVD go to http://www.motorfilms.com
A compilation of classic original travelogues from the Austin and Morris
Archives re-mastered for DVD.
The 1930s was an era when motoring was still fun. Small cars such as the
Austin Seven and the Morris Minor carried a modest price tag and brought
motoring within the reach of the middle classes for the first time. They
celebrated the freedom this relatively new form of transport gave them by
exploring the length and breadth of the British Isles.
These charming travelogues, produced by Morris Motors and the Austin Motor
Company, were intended to demonstrate the virtues of their products. Along
the way they captured a snapshot of Thirties Britain - its scenery, its
people, and its way of life. So jump into the passenger seat and take a
trip back in time, through the picturesque villages of England, up into the
magnificent mountains of Scotland, and past the impressive monuments of
The Villages of England (18.5 minutes)
Morris Motors 1934 (B&W)
Lands End to John O'Groats (18.5 minutes)
Morris Motors 1935 (B&W)
The Highlands of Scotland (17.5 minutes)
Morris Motors 1936 (B&W)
All That is England (17.5 minutes)
Austin Motor Company 1936 (B&W)
Facts and Fancies (21.5 minutes)
Morris Motors 1937 (Colour)
(An extremely rare example of a 1930s colour process called Dufaycolour).
Total running time 90 minutes approximately