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#201 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 08 February 2007 - 18:34

Grand Prix Monaco 1929 - Williams


Grand Prix Monaco 1930 - Rene Dreyfus


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#202 Maldwyn

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Posted 09 February 2007 - 08:44

Giro d'Italia 1979 Road Section -


Gilles Villeneuve on Giro d'Italia 1979 -


#203 kevthedrummer

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Posted 09 February 2007 - 14:11

Short clip of a Porsche testing with a high wing:



#204 RTH

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Posted 09 February 2007 - 14:22

Don't we think this is the very first appearance of an aerofoil wing being run on a racing car in 1956 ?

#205 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 09 February 2007 - 14:38

Grand Prix Monaco 1929 – Williams


Grand Prix Monaco 1930 - Rene Dreyfus


The 1965 Monaco Grand Prix


Grand Prix Monaco 1970 - Jochen Rindt


Grand Prix Monaco 1972 - Jean-Pierre Beltoise


Grand Prix Monaco 1974 - Ronnie Peterson


Grand Prix Monaco 1975 - Niki Lauda


Grand Prix Monaco 1976 - Niki Lauda


Grand Prix Monaco 1977 - Jody Scheckter


Grand Prix Monaco 1978 - Patrick Depailler


Grand Prix Monaco 1979 - Jody Scheckter


Grand Prix Monaco 1980 - Carlos Reutemann


Jackie Stewart Monaco 1965 – Interview


Bruce McLaren 1962 – Interview


Graham Hill Monaco 1965 – Interview


Graham Hill Monaco 1964 – Interview


Patrick Depailler - Monaco 1978


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#206 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 09 February 2007 - 17:47

Another Monaco


1980
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1981


#207 Nordic

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Posted 09 February 2007 - 18:21

modern footage of some great cars

908, 917 & 935




#208 Stephen W

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Posted 09 February 2007 - 20:19

Seppe & Pedro do Brands!

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:love:

#209 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 10 February 2007 - 10:46

South African GP 1980
http://youtube.com/w...related&search=

USA GP (west) 1980
http://youtube.com/w...related&search=

French GP 1980
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British GP 1980
http://www.youtube.c...=YSJo6ZsY3nY

Italian GP 1980
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Canadian GP 1980
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USA GP 1980
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#210 kevthedrummer

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Posted 13 February 2007 - 19:16

Promo trailer for 'The Great Auto Race'.



#211 Tony Kingston

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Posted 13 February 2007 - 22:02

There is a series, in seven parts, of the 1961 Monaco GP which I have just viewed. Great footage, corny commentary (Jack Braybam?). I don't know how to do links but it is easy to find with a search.

#212 Kingsleyrob

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Posted 13 February 2007 - 22:56

It's easy Tony - must be if I can do it... :confused: :confused:

Copy the url - the bit beginning http:www. etc, and then paste it in your posting, so to speak.

Apologies if this is a repeat, but the Ring in '67 makes good viewing. Look at the airborne antics and spot the 'safety' facilties - armco, run off etc.

http://www.youtube.c...related&search=

Enjoy. All nine minutes of it - not much longer than it would have taken them to do a single lap...

Rob

#213 sterling49

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Posted 13 February 2007 - 23:01

Originally posted by Kingsleyrob
It's easy Tony - must be if I can do it... :confused: :confused:

Copy the url - the bit beginning http:www. etc, and then paste it in your posting, so to speak.

Apologies if this is a repeat, but the Ring in '67 makes good viewing. Look at the airborne antics and spot the 'safety' facilties - armco, run off etc.

http://www.youtube.c...related&search=

Enjoy. All nine minutes of it - not much longer than it would have taken them to do a single lap...

Rob


It's just priceless, priceless, what wouldn't I give to see a race with that field again.....

#214 Tony Kingston

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Posted 15 February 2007 - 21:03















Monaco GP 1961.

(That seems to work, thanks Rob)

#215 Jerome

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Posted 15 February 2007 - 21:18

Fantastic...

#216 David M. Kane

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Posted 15 February 2007 - 21:54

How about Masten Gregory and the Camoradi Lotus...great stuff.

#217 Kingsleyrob

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Posted 15 February 2007 - 22:11

Thanks Tony, glad to be of help! :cool:

Great vids, not wathched them all yet. Flawed but who cares - priceless. 'Australian Bruce McLaren'; 'Albert' Ascari! :lol:

Just glad the film was made, preserved and is now available to us TNFers. :up: :up:

Rob

#218 Kingsleyrob

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Posted 15 February 2007 - 23:07

Yeah - great - just finished them. :) :)

I know it's not a Monaco thread, but just a couple of points...

I was always fascinated by the circuit since I first saw the diagram as a boy (8, 9 or ten I guess), especially the way it clung to the harbour and the 180 degree gasworks hairpin. :love: :love: The fascination remains, having been to the wet GP in '84, the Historic GP in '06, and spent ten days there in its 'normal' state in '05. Acually we stayed in French Beausoleil (cheaper!), but were still only a three minute walk from the Casino.

The place is unique - steeped in memories and atmosphere, even with the changes. But the 'original' bits are best, like the 'Station' hairpin which looks unaltered. I miss those trees growing out of the pavement though!

Sir Stirling's drive was great wasn't it? And so much longer than a present day GP. Did he really pull out that much of a lead when he passed RG?

And I love the way the film shows the armco being dismantled while they are still on the last lap!

Another thing the film shows from a great camera angle is the 'ramp' up to the Tabac.

Anyway enough rambling - thanks again Tony. :up:

Rob :wave:

#219 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 16 February 2007 - 08:56

Maybe I should post Monaco 1961 too :)

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#220 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 17 February 2007 - 07:13

Something I have found in my archive and load it up


Grand Prix Monaco 1948 - Farina


Grand Prix Monaco 1950 - Fangio


Grand Prix Monaco 1958 - Trintignant


Grand Prix Monaco 1961 - Stirling Moss


Grand Prix Monaco 1966 - Jackie Stewart



Niki Lauda Interview - Monaco 1976


Ronnie Peterson Interview - Monaco 1974


Jody Scheckter Interview - Monaco 1977




Jackie Stewart Monaco 1971


>>>>>>Grand Prix Morocco 1958 <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<


BRM Racing 50ies Silverstone


>>>>James Hunt - Brands Hatch 1976 <<<<<<<<<<< Fantastic!


Mario Andretti Interview 1976


Jim Clark 1967


#221 HistoricMustang

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Posted 17 February 2007 - 14:37

Been working most of the AM on getting the Grand Prix and early F1 video's in a format for ease of viewing.

As you discover these wonderful memories from the past please take a moment to add to this central location. If possible please list the date first!

No membership is required and you do not have to give e-mail. Just simply enter the code listed in small box.

Let me know if this format is a good idea and please advise of any errors.

Henry

Please start a "NEW THREAD" for each of your entries.

Do not use the "REPLY" button as that would add your entry to one that is already in place.

http://historicmusta...board=grandprix

#222 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 18 February 2007 - 06:11

GP Austria 1981 - Giacomelli on Fire

#223 pedrovski

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 00:03



I remember this docu when it came out can't get hold of it the guy on tube says if he gets more requests he'll upload the remaining episodes, so get cracking!!

#224 JSF

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 01:23

I've got them all on VHS Tape.

#225 CF Mantula

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 19:35

1963 500 km Nürburgring

Marcos Ugly Duckly - the first customer sold Marcos ever - private entry from John Sutton, great video showing the atmosphere of the "Green Hell" in these days, Le Mans start and a phantastic race from JS, after a very, very bad start he finished second.



A lot of pictures of the construction of this car and a very good report of Marcos in these days combined with a remarkable race report from John Sutton.

www.motormarques.com/inde...;Itemid=65

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#226 West3

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Posted 01 March 2007 - 08:33

Here is the complete link to the John Sutton article mentioned above:

http://www.motormarq...d=168&Itemid=65

Well worth a read. Thanks CF Mantula! :up:

#227 troyf1

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Posted 02 March 2007 - 19:26

Le Mans 1988

One of 5 parts. Neat to see the cars blasting down the Mulsanne before they installed those damned chicanes and IMO ruined the flow of the track.

#228 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 02 March 2007 - 19:32

Jean-Pierre Beltoise 1968


#229 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 02 March 2007 - 20:21

Jean-Pierre Beltoise & Racing F1 & F2 60ies



#230 T54

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Posted 03 March 2007 - 02:07

The driver in the first sequence with the orange helmet is JP Jaussaud. Later one can see Jean Luc Lagardere, boss of MATRA, who recently mysteriously died shortly after the beginning of the Iraq war # 2. The ride of many F2 graded drivers in MATRA 530 road cars show that this was promotional footage from either MATRA or Elf.

#231 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 03 March 2007 - 06:17

Originally posted by T54
The driver in the first sequence with the orange helmet is JP Jaussaud. Later one can see Jean Luc Lagardere, boss of MATRA, who recently mysteriously died shortly after the beginning of the Iraq war # 2. The ride of many F2 graded drivers in MATRA 530 road cars show that this was promotional footage from either MATRA or Elf.


It is from MATRA

#232 Barry Boor

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Posted 03 March 2007 - 08:36

Surely the sequence of drivers in road cars near the end is from Rouen in 1968 and poignantly ends on a close-up of Jo Schlesser, who was killed just a few hours later.

#233 zoff2005

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Posted 03 March 2007 - 08:47

I made some Super 8 films of motor racing back in 1972 and 1973. These films are now on a DVD.

Has anybody any idea how I can go about posting these films on YouTube? How do I convert them to MPEG4 or whatever? Is this something I can do on my computer?

Any advice would be much appreciated!

All the best
Marcus

#234 Mal9444

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Posted 03 March 2007 - 08:49

" Surely the sequence of drivers in road cars near the end is from Rouen in 1968 and poignantly ends on a close-up of Jo Schlesser, who was killed just a few hours later."

and at 1.35 there is a fleeting close-up of Stirling Moss. Did Moss look like that in 1968, six years after his crash and retirement? His face is unmarked and his nose is straight, and there seems no sign of the scar over his eye which he has carried ever since the crash. It would seem to be clips from all over the place.

#235 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 03 March 2007 - 09:49

At 1:14 you can see Francois Cevert on a small motor bike

#236 iharos

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Posted 04 March 2007 - 02:27

Wish I was there!

#237 Mal9444

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Posted 04 March 2007 - 08:20

Second only, perhaps, to Hawthorn's le Mans lap this has got to be the best thing I've ever seen on YouTube. Fantastic.

#238 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 04 March 2007 - 18:34

BSCC Crystal Palace 1964Here

#239 Barry Boor

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Posted 04 March 2007 - 18:43

WONDERFUL - thanks Stef.

I would urge eveyone to have a look at that Crystal Palace footage.

What motor racing should be like...

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#240 David Birchall

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Posted 04 March 2007 - 22:03

Originally posted by Mal9444
Second only, perhaps, to Hawthorn's le Mans lap this has got to be the best thing I've ever seen on YouTube. Fantastic.


I had the pleasure of seeing Phil Hill perform in the W196 at Laguna Seca in 1978. On Friday during practice he put on a display 'for the troops' that had to be seen to be believed. Starting with 'Doing a do-nut' on the pit straight he wrung the Merc out for about five laps and every driver, mechanic and hanger-on got the finest display of driving I have yet seen. he probably got sh** from MB though....

#241 Ralf Pickel

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Posted 05 March 2007 - 06:58

Auto-Union racers, a few years ago at a demonstrtion event in Germany :


Watch and listen to the driving of the C-Type , a rather bad example of a driver obviously totally unable to get to grips with the car.

#242 275 GTB-4

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Posted 05 March 2007 - 10:47

Graham Hill demonstrating a lap of Warwick Farm racecourse NSW Australia.

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#243 James Page

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Posted 05 March 2007 - 13:11

Originally posted by Ralf Pickel
Auto-Union racers, a few years ago at a demonstrtion event in Germany :


Watch and listen to the driving of the C-Type , a rather bad example of a driver obviously totally unable to get to grips with the car.


I think the problem was actually the tightness of the hairpin they were supposed to negotiate. All the drivers had to mount the outside kerb before turning in order to make it round, and this guy's solution was to boot the throttle halfway round. Admittedly, he dropped it on the first attempt, but I thought he had it quite well sussed eventually!

#244 David M. Kane

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Posted 05 March 2007 - 13:30

What amazing beasts, and yes you just don't hop into one of those things, then casually motor down to the shops. He cottoned on fairly quickly. It took real balls to race one of those in the day.
If I could go back in time that is what I would loved to seen race. The crowd seemed to really enjoy the exhibition.

Secondly, that footage of Warwick Farm was nice too. I had never really "experienced" the track before. I really DO need a time machine!

#245 Pils1989

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Posted 05 March 2007 - 13:39

The sounds of the Auto Union reflecting on buildings in the NYC video must have been woooow :up:

#246 Alan Cox

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Posted 06 March 2007 - 20:27

Elisabeth Junek talks about the Targa Florio 1928. Filmed in 1985 at an American Bugatti Club rally.

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#247 David Birchall

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Posted 07 March 2007 - 19:47

I am trying to post a youtube movie that somebody emailed me but I don't have the youtube address for it. Does anybody know how I post the movie here? I have it on file now.



#248 Rosemayer

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Posted 07 March 2007 - 21:13

Gilles Villeneuve tribute



#249 AAA-Eagle

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Posted 07 March 2007 - 22:14

One of the rarest videos I've ever seen:

Dome-Mugen Honda F105 driven by Naoki Hattori at Suzuka after 1996 Japanese GP (onboard)

#250 Kingsleyrob

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Posted 08 March 2007 - 18:21

A real English period piece here, commentary-wise, plus the MG Magnette ZA at around one minute 40 http://www.youtube.c...related&search=

Rob :wave: