Hailwood Wins Again 1964

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    Full title reads: "Silverstone. Hailwood Wins Again".

    Silverstone race track, Northamptonshire. Mike Hailwood wins the Hutchinson 100 motorbike race.

    GV Competitors lined up for the Hutchinson 100 Race. CU Derek Minter's Norton motorcycle. Pan to Derek Minter talking to friends. CU Derek Minter. SV Mike Hailwood standing beside his MV Agusta. CU Mike Hailwood.

    LV Crowd in grandstand. CU Starter drops flag. GV As the riders push their machines away to start Pan into BV.

    GV As pack comes into the first bend. LV ditto. GV As they race past camera. CU Boy watching. LV As Riders come round Woodcote Corner towards camera. SV As Riders flash past camera. LV ditto. SV Pan Mike Hailwood No 1 in the lead. LV Pan as Hailwood laps one of the slower men GV Hailwood comes out of one bend and into another leaning the machine over. LV Three other riders follow him through BV As they go away from camera. LV Pan as Hailwood crosses the finish line. SV As Hailwood brings his machine to a halt, in front of camera.

    CU Man watching. SV As Hailwood is presented with the trophy. LV Crowd gathered round Hailwood. CU Hailwood holding trophy.


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    01:35:30:00 / 01:36:50:00
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  • The event took place on 4 April 1964.

    "MV Augusta" should read MV Agusta.

    jamied 24th May 2012
  • Thanks.

    British Pathé 23rd Aug 2012

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