Mille Miglia Car Race 1935

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Brescia, Italy.

MS. Racing car No. 98 being sent off at the start in Brescia of the Mille Miglia car race. No. 99 follows after & No. 100. MS. Starter flags off another car. WS. Spectators line the pavement as a car races past the camera. WS. Car racing uphill. WS. Car arcing round an uphill...

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Cataloguer:
Bond
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
9758
Sort Number:
35/033
Time in/Out:
01:16:37:00 / 01:17:15:00
Canister:
35/33
Film ID:
825.08
Issue Date:
25/04/1935

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  • The race began on 14 April 1935.

    "Racing car No. 98" - that's Achille Varzi driving a Maserati 6C.

    "No. 99 follows" - that's Gianni Battaglia driving an Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza.

    "No. 100" - that's Franco Cortese driving an Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 Pescara.

    jamied 29th Jun 2012

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