St. Mary's Trophy Races, Goodwood Revival 2012
A collection of footage from the St. Mary's Trophy races for saloon cars of
the fifties at the 2012 Goodwood Revival. These hugely varied tin-tops
always provide exciting on-track action and this year featured a fine
battle between cars as flamboyant as Mk1 Jaguars, Austin A40s, a fine BMW
700 and the unique V8, rear engined Tatra.
Goodwood Revival 2012 - Silver Arrows demonstration laps | Full HD stereo
Video by http://www.ClassicarGarage.nl - Goodwood Revival 2012. For the
first time since the late 1930'ies the famous German 'Silver Arrows'
returned on British soil. The impressive and then super high tech
Mercedes-Benz and Auto Union racers can here be seen in some demonstration
laps with their former competitors like ERA, Bugatti and Maserati. As the
Goodwood speaker says at the beginning of the video: A once in a lifetime
opportunity! The V12 and V16 'Silver Arrows' came from the Audi and
Mercedes Museums, very unique and still giving me goose spots hearing and
seeing those great cars lapping round Goodwood.
Mercedes-Benz TV: Silver arrows at Goodwood Revival 2012.
The revival of an era at the Goodwood Revival Meeting: In 2012 10 original
Silver Arrows from Mercedes-Benz and Auto Union took to the race track -
driven by renowned racing drivers. Among them the motorsport legend: Sir
Auto Unions At Goodwood Revival 2012
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Maserati Tipo 151 Crash, RAC TT Celebration, Goodwood Revival 2012
When lapping back-markers during the RAC Tourist Trophy Celebration race of
the 2012 Goodwood Revival, Joe Colasacco in the Maserati Tipo 151 dipped a
rear tyre onto the wet grass spinning into the barriers, heavily damaging
the Maserati Tipo 151 of Lawrence Auriana.
Ferrari 250 GTO VERY RARE at Goodwood Revival 2012, engine idle, exhaust, revs
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This is a very rare Ferrari 250 GTO, owned by the Pink Floyd drummer, Nick
Mason. It has the unique registration '250 GTO' and the car has a lot of
history behind it. It was part of a parade at the Goodwood Revival 2012
along with an absolutely amazing collection of 15 GTO's, considering only
36 were ever made!! This car was driven by Jean Alesi and I think also
raced at the Royal Automoblile TT race on the Sunday at Goodwood. The car
is completely handbuilt using all sorts of materials such as aluminium and
wood. This meant no two cars were the same.. They all had destinct
features. A fascinating fact about this car though, is that one door is
actually 1cm longer than the other! The car itself is an absolute icon, it
is arguably the prettiest car ever built and considered to be the best
Ferrari ever made - although find the £20 million price tag a stupid sum
of money for a car! This particular car was also tested in Top Gear, in
comparison with the new Ferrari 599 GTO, one of Jeremy Clarkson's famous
cars, for Top Gear fans like me :)
Dan Gurney Tribute Parade, Goodwood Revival 2012
To celebrate the incredible life and career of the hugely charismatic Dan
Gurney, the 2012 Goodwood Revival featured a re-birth of the "Dan Gurney
for President" campaign and a tribute parade of some of his most famous
race cars. Ranging from a Lotus Cortina to his own AAR Eagle-Weslake, one
of the most beautiful open wheel racers ever built it was truly a fitting
way to thank the great man for the entertainment his passion for
motor-racing has given us.
Mercedes-Benz at the Goodwood Revival 2012
Mercedes-Benz and Auto Union racers from the 1930s took to the track for
the first time at the Goodwood Revival between 14 and 16 September, some 75
years after the Silver Arrows first appeared in the UK.
All the Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows that appeared at the Goodwood Revival
are original cars -- each with extensive racing history behind them. They
were driven by ex-DTM driver Roland Asch, Le Mans winner Jochen Mass,
five-times DTM champion Bernd Schneider, three-time Formula One World
Champion Sir Jackie Stewart and his son, ex-F3000 racer and team manager
Among the cars that appeared were the W 25 (1934), the W 125 (1937), a W
154 (1939) and a W 165 (1939). Power outputs range from the 254 hp of the
1.5-litre V8 W 165 to the 600 hp achieved by the mighty W 125. All were by
far the most advanced machines of their kind with innovative suspension and
drivetrains meaning they were highly successful and effective racing