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    Unissued / Unused material -

    Le Mans, France.

    MS Crowd at Le Mans 24 hrs endurance car race. CU Henry Ford II in pits. VS In pits with mechanics at work on the cars. MS Cars on their way to the staring area. MV Henry Ford II drops flag and the drivers race across the road and climb into their cars and roar off. MS Groups of cars moving around track at early stage. Aerial shot of race in progress, along fast straight. LS A Ferrari spins round. VS During race. VS At night with the cars headlights piercing the darkness and lighting up the signs by the road side. VS More racing. MS No 2. which goes on to win is a Ford driven by Bruce Maclaren. CU English policeman at Le Mans taking photograph of race. MS Winning Ford being wheeled in.

    (Dupe Neg.) Old record suggests that material may date from around 20/06/1966.

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    British Pathé
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:07:08:00 / 01:09:05:00
    UN 4149 C
    Sort Number:
    UN 4149 C
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    Sport & Leisure
    John Surtees Masters McLaren Le Mans Le Mans Headlights Chump - GT Master 2
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    0:01 0:02 0:03 0:04

Comments (1)

  1. jamied says

    The race was held on 18 and 19 June 1966.

    "A Ferrari spins round" - that's the Ferrari Dino 206S of Charlie Kolb and George Follmer.

    "No 2. which goes on to win is a Ford driven by Bruce Maclaren" - it's the Ford GT40 Mk II of Bruce McLaren, (not Maclaren), and Chris Amon.

    Other identifiable cars include;

    At 00:07, car 25 is the Ferrari Dino 206S of Nino Vaccarella and Mario Casoni.

    At 00:10 number 55 is the Alpine A210 Renault of Andre de Cortanze and Jean-Pierre Hanrioud.

    At 00:24, car 44 is the Alpine A210 renault of Jacques Cheinisse and Roger Delageneste.

    At 01:39, car 45 is the Alpine A210 Renault of Guy Verrier and Robert Bouharde.

    At 01"44, car 50 glimpsed is the Mini Marcos GT of Jean-Louis Marnat and Claude Ballot-Lena.

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