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Old 27 Jul 2021, 08:11 (Ref:4063355)   #1
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1963 BRSCC Hill Climbing/Circuit Racing film (A BRSCC Roscoe Films original)

Recenty uploaded by Hamish Racing:-
"Actual original period film hill climbing and circuit racing from 1963 originally colour 16mm film. Many famous drivers of the time and many famous circuits without the barriers and protection of today, including accidents and crashes." Roscoe Films Copyright.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQA4abSmDTQ
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Old 27 Jul 2021, 08:23 (Ref:4063359)   #2
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and a couple more old films below also from Roscue Films:-

Formula Junior 1960
"A genuine 1960 archive film, originally colour 16mm film of Formula Junior a new form of car racing. Features Oulton Park, Brands Hatch and Silverstone with the British Empire Trophy."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzpaovdmJmQ

VSCC Club film 1973. Circuit racing, sprints at Curborough and welsh hill trials
"A genuine 1973 archive film, originally colour 16mm film of a snap shot of the 1973 VSCC club events.
Many famous vintage cars a lot of which are still being used and raced today at places like Goodwood, it features Curborough in the wet with spins and crashes, Silverstone with 24 litre Bentley and Bugattis, ERA and Riley. Coopers and a fine pair of Bristols. The famous Welsh trials up muddy hills, driving test. Lots of club members are shown as they liked to be seen in the club film shown in a cinema at the end of the year."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqizC0-Uci0
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Old 27 Jul 2021, 09:27 (Ref:4063371)   #3
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Fabulous. Just as I remember from when I first went to spectate.
Loved the jokey commentary.


Great to see the likes of Clark, Hill, gurney, etc. competing in sports and saloon cars. Can't envisage the likes of Lando, Lewis and Max doing the same today.
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Old 27 Jul 2021, 09:28 (Ref:4063372)   #4
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and a couple more old films below also from Roscue Films:-

Formula Junior 1960
"A genuine 1960 archive film, originally colour 16mm film of Formula Junior a new form of car racing. Features Oulton Park, Brands Hatch and Silverstone with the British Empire Trophy."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzpaovdmJmQ

VSCC Club film 1973. Circuit racing, sprints at Curborough and welsh hill trials
"A genuine 1973 archive film, originally colour 16mm film of a snap shot of the 1973 VSCC club events.
Many famous vintage cars a lot of which are still being used and raced today at places like Goodwood, it features Curborough in the wet with spins and crashes, Silverstone with 24 litre Bentley and Bugattis, ERA and Riley. Coopers and a fine pair of Bristols. The famous Welsh trials up muddy hills, driving test. Lots of club members are shown as they liked to be seen in the club film shown in a cinema at the end of the year."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqizC0-Uci0
I thought in the 1970's that phrase was copyrighted by Benny Hill and had nothing to do with cars!
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Old 27 Jul 2021, 10:03 (Ref:4063377)   #5
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I thought in the 1970's that phrase was copyrighted by Benny Hill and had nothing to do with cars!

Yes, more like a Baub utterance.
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