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    Item title reads - 200 Miles Light car race. New time and speed records set up in thrilling race in which competitors must all do their own repairs (rest of title obscured by timecode). Brooklands.

    The camera pans across the cars and drivers before the race, people mill about. M/S as they race down the track creating lots of dust. M/S as two drivers work on their car and take the front part off. L/S as the cars race round the track, a man waves the chequered flag. M/S of two drivers sat in car 17.

    Various shots as the cars race round the track. Various shots of the drivers in car 17 again, one gets out. M/S of other drivers in car 32, M/S of two others working on their car. Various shots of the cars racing round the course or drivers doing repairs. The drivers of car 21 look under the bonnet.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:48:58:00 / 01:53:11:00
    G 1025
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    G 1025
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    0:01 0:02 0:03 0:04

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  1. roycousins says

    The Junior Car Club (JCC) 200-Mile Race on 13th October 1923 at Brooklands.
    Two races: the first for cyclecars up to 1100cc and the second for voiturettes up to 1500cc
    (the shots in this clip are not in order).

    00:47 - No.21 J.Brown’s Aston Martin 1500cc GP - having it's radiator changed.
    01:16 - No.17 Ramon Bueno in a Salmson - winner of the 1100cc "Cyclecar" class race.
    02:09 - the winner again.
    02:36 - No.32 Carlo Salamano in a Fiat 803/403 1500cc before the start - did not finish.
    02:56 - No.18 George Duller in a Marlborough-Thomas with a 1500cc Hooker engine - not classified.
    03:40 – 21 J.Brown’s Aston Martin 1500cc GP – did not finish.

    The winner (not shown) of the 1500cc "Voiturette" class race was No.17 Major Cyril Maurice Harvey’s Alvis 12/50. This car specially built for this race and it still exists today.

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