Pau Grand Prix 1969

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    Pau, France.

    GV. French town of Pau where the Pau Grand Prix car race is taking place. Various shots of the Formula 2 cars in pits having final preparations done for the race. Various shots of racing drivers in their formulas getting ready for the race - Graham Hill is seen among them - brief shot. Various shots, no start, as the cars race over the twisting Pau circuit. All cars wearing aerofoils. CU. Jochen Rindt holding cup - he is the winner.


    Date found in the old record - 24/04/1969.

    Seen at 00:37 is Johnny Servoz-Gavin. Car Number 6 seen is driven by Jackie Stewart. Car Number 10 seen is driven by Jean-Pierre Beltoise.

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    Black & White
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    01:53:21:00 / 01:55:08:00
    UN 4440 F
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    UN 4440 F
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  • The event was a European Formula 2 race. It was held on 20 April 1969.

    Seen at 00:37 is Johnny Servoz-Gavin.

    Car Number 6 seen is driven by Jackie Stewart.

    Car Number 10 seen is driven by Jean-Pierre Beltoise.

    jamied 20th Apr 2012
  • Thank you!

    British Pathé 14th May 2012

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