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brscc 1967 part 1

BRSCC end of year review. features footage from the International Racing Car Show, and races from Brands Hatch and Oulton Park, Sports cars and Saloon Cars as well as a non championship F1 race, March 12, 1967 - Race of Champions at Brands Hatch, opening race of the season.


 


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brscc 1967 part 2
BRSCC end of year review. features footage from the International Racing Car Show, and races from Brands Hatch and Oulton Park, Sports cars and Saloon Cars as well as a non championship F1 race, March 12, 1967 - Race of Champions at Brands Hatch, opening race of the season.





Grand prix 66 Circuits d'enfer
Grand prix 66 Circuits d'enfer





F1 Honda RA300 V-12 John Surtees 1967
HONDA RA300 1967 ENGINE:Water Cooled 4st 90°V-12 DOHC 4Valve Gear Train Max Power:Over 420ps / 11,500rpm Lola T90 Indy Class Light Alloy Monocoque Body with Sub-Frame. HONDA RA300: The 2nd year F1 regulations increased engine displacement to 3000cc, this machine gave Honda its 2nd F1 win with a victorious debut in the Italian GP,Round9 of the 1967 F1 World Chanpionship. Italian GP winner, Driver:John Surtees. 昭和42年 1967年 F1世界選手権のエンジン排気量が3000ccに変わって2年目。 第9戦イタリアGPでデビューウィンを飾り、HondaF1に2勝目 もたらした。 優勝車:No.14  J.サーティース  前年のRA273が思ったほど成績を残せない(最高 位3位)のでホンダは終盤にRA300を投入 シャーシは当時インディに使われていたローラT90を ベースにして改良これにより20㎏以上の軽量化と42 0馬力以上の高出力で戦いました RA300はテストらしいテストをせずにサーキットに 運び込まれた結果、燃費がわからなかった為フルタンク 状態でスタートしたが、フィニッシュした時には3リッ ーしか残ってなかったモンツァでの勝利には、こんな 話も残っています ジョン・サーティースがRA300のデビュー戦を優勝 で花を添えた 全長×全幅×全高 3,955mm×1,788mm×845mm エンジン種類 水冷4サイクル90度V型12気筒DOHC 排気量 2,992cc 最高出力 over 420PS / 11,500rpm 最高速度 over 350km/h 車両重量 590kg('67 Italian GP: 610kg) サスペンション(前) ダブルウィッシュボーン 上:溶接ロッキングアーム、下:Aアーム(リーディング) サスペンション(後) ダブルウィッシュボーン 上:Iアーム、 下:逆Aアーム、ダブルラジアスアーム 撮影日:2012/11/4(sun) 撮影場所:Honda復活祭  Honda R&D Co.,Ltd AutoMobile R&D Center HG-P Movie iPhone5 Photo Canon EOS-1D Mark Ⅳ & EF28-300L IS USM By hide_tuned_engines





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). 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 scrapped. 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.





Interserie and F3 from Misano, Italy. 19.8.1973
Filmed by Roy Pagliacci and dedicated to the memory of Rosanna.





brscc 1967 part 3
BRSCC end of year review. features footage from the International Racing Car Show, and races from Brands Hatch and Oulton Park, Sports cars and Saloon Cars as well as a non championship F1 race, March 12, 1967 - Race of Champions at Brands Hatch, opening race of the season.





Bathurst - The Big Three - 4 Corners 1970 ICMR
http://www.youtube.com/super100mph Insightful ABC TV 4 Corners program from 1970 hosted by Mike Willesee, about the rise of "The Big Three" car companies dominating Australian motorsport at the time, GMH, Ford and Chrysler. Interviewed are Harry Firth, Al Turner, John Ellis, Leo Geoghan and John Roxburgh. John Sexton reporting. This video is part of Chevron Marketing Services "Classic Australian Touring Car Races Volume 2" dvd. Introduced by the legendary Will Hagon.





Nurburgring '1967 [TEAM LOTUS]
Winner: Denny Hulme (Brabham-Repco) Pole position: Jim Clark (Lotus-Ford) - 8:04.1 Fastest Lap: Dan Gurney (Eagle-Weslake) - 8:15.1 ----------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1967_German_Grand_Prix ----------------- Nine Days In Summer - Ford Archive Gems DVD 1967 http://www.dukevideo.com/Cars/DVD/Formula-One/F1-History/Ford-Archive-Gems- -Nine-Days-in-Summer.aspx





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 glamour. 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 Quentin Willson.





2011 Masters Historic Pre-1966 Touring Cars Oulton Park
This is footage of the Avenue Trophy race for Pre-1966 Touring Cars which was part of the Masters Historic Festival and Top Hat Race Day at Oulton Park held on the 12th of March 2011. This was the first meeting of 2011 for The Masters Historic Racing series. The footage is shot as the cars go through Hislops Chicane and on up Clay Hill. There was a varied field of Minis, Cortinas and Mustangs. The eventual winner was Henry Mann in the red and gold Lotus Cortina.





[Time Attack] - Togethia - Round 3 Brands Hatch 2012
Togethia -- Time Attack Brands Hatch 2012 Togethia Media Services - http://blog.togethia.tv/ - http://togethia.tv/ - Time Attack - http://timeattack.co.uk/ Follow them on Facebook - http://facebook.com/UKTimeAttack -- One of the world's most iconic motor racing venues, Brands Hatch will play host to some of the biggest international events on the calendar in 2011. In addition to hosting top international meetings, Brands Hatch will be visited by the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship, the British F3/GT Championships, the Masters Historic Festival, the Truck Superprix, Modified Live and many club car and bike events. First used for grass track bike racing in 1926, Brands Hatch is a firm fans' favourite and has been the scene of some momentous occasions in motor racing history - from Ayrton Senna's first ever car victory and Nigel Mansell's first Grand Prix win. The likes of Stirling Moss, Jim Clark and Emerson Fittipaldi are among the many drivers to have raced and won at Brands Hatch over the years and the circuit is as popular today as anytime in its illustrious past. A natural amphitheatre, Brands Hatch is located 20 miles outside Central London, just off the M25. -- Just a few weeks on from Knockhill the UK Time Attack Championship heads back down south to a circuit guaranteed to shake up the standings, Brands Hatch. This 1.2-mile circuit is a firm favourite for many of the drivers and in 2011 delivered some of the closest racing of the entire season! With the first two rounds delivering unpredictable weather we've got our fingers crossed for the rarity that is British sunshine, but everyone knows rain is almost guaranteed -- in fact nearly every team is out on Saturday's practice session to try and get to grips with this circuit's grip in the wet ahead of Sunday. Find out more information by visiting http://timeattack.co.uk --- Audio -- Matduke - Bloodlip (feat Veela) http://youtube.com/MonstercatMedia & Indivision Livewire - Wont You Stay (ft. Tasha Baxter) http://www.youtube.com/dnbINDIVISIONdnb -- Filmed - Mark Henderson, Peter Farrow, Tim F.Matthews, James Young, Simon Opie Edited - Tim F.Matthews Producers - Pete Farrow Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.togethia.tv Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.togethia.tv Subscribe to us on Vimeo: http://vimeo.togethia.tv and on Youtube: http://youtube.togethia.tv Togethia Media Services - New Blog! -- http://blog.togethia.tv/ - http://togethia.tv/





1967 THE FIRST CANADIAN GRAND PRIX
Entire race from Mosport...Grand Prix.





Sunbeam Imp Historic Racer Debut/shakedown
First test of our new GP 2 FIA Sunbeam Imp Sport. This car is a replica of the famous George Bevan / Bill McGovern BTCC-winning Imp of the 70s. The track is Rudskogen, the race is a round in the Norwegian Championship for Historic Racing incorporating classes from 1961-76, from a 1000cc Opel Kadett to a 76 Broadspeed Capri. The gearbox is a spare, with totally wrong ratios, so it wasn't exactly a bullet out of some of the corners - but will be remedied for the next race.





Crystal Palace 9. 9.1972 PART 1 of 2
Part 1 of the last ever race for modern machinery at this unique track





BRSCC 1970 p1
BRSCC end of year review from 1970, showing racing the club organized that year, featuring Formula 1, formula ford, formula 3, sports cars, BOAC 1000, Invitation Ford Capri at Brands Hatch




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