The Dutch Grand Prix 1959

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    Zandvoort, Holland

    GV. Crowded grandstand. SV. Prince Bernhard talking to Duke of Kent. LV. Elevated pan: the 15 cars away at the start. Zoom shot, the cars going into the first right hand bend led by Joakim Bonnier in No.7. B.R.M. LV. Cars sweeping round left hand bend. GV. Elevated pan: cars flashing down the straight. SV. Pan: Masten Gregory in No.9. Cooper going into left hand bend followed closely by Bonnier in the B.R.M. as they set the pace. SV. Pan: Jack Brabham in No.8. Cooper going into left hand bend, followed closely by Stirling Moss in No.11. Cooper. GV. Pan: Moss in the lead in the 60th lap. SV. Pan: Moss going into left hand bend followed by Bonnier in the B.R.M. SV. Crowd shot. LV. Elevated pan: Moss drawing into the pits after his car had broken down in the 63rd lap. He climbs out of his car. SV. Crowd shot. LV. Elevated shot: Moss seated in the pits having retired from the race. GV. Elevated shot: cars racing round the course led by Bonnier in the B.R.M. LV. Pan: Bonnier flashing down the straight being flagged in the winner. SCU. Pan: Bonnier bringing his car in and being surrounded by crowds. LV. Elevated shot: crowds gathered around Bonnier as he has garland placed around his neck. SCU. Joakim Bonnier. (F.G.)

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1959
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    Media URN:
    80363
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2726.10
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    Black & White
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    00:01:19:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:16:50:00 / 01:18:09:00
    Canister:
    UN 3226 G
    Sort Number:
    UN 3226 G
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