100,00 spectators gathered to watch the 21 contestants line up in St. Anthonis, Holland, for?
SV.Pan. J. CLYNCK (Holland) riding B.S.A. pan to participants.
SV. British riders.
CU. Pan From Norton machine to rider LESLIE ARCHER. (England)
CU. Pan From byke to World Champion BILL NELSSON (Sweden)
Side V. Start of race.
SV.Pan From crowd biked around hend and crash.
LV. Bikes passing spectators pan to back view.
GV. Bikes down field, cameraman in foreground.
LV. Bikes around bend over rough surface, pan to back view.
TV. Three (3) riders passing crowds, passes underneath camera.
TV.Pan No. 21 JEF SMITH (England) riding B.S.A. racing after J.Clynck who is in the lead, followed by Leslie Archer on Norton.
SV.Pan No.16. STEN LUNDIN (Sweden) riding a MONARK, passing camera to back view followed by others.
LV. Spectators in trees.
LV. towards pan on Rider No. 15 Bill Nilsson, World Champion, followed by others.
LV. Spectator in tree.
SV. No. 20. DAVID CURTIS (England) riding a MATCHLESS, travelling fast.
SV. towards, No. 3 Clynck followed by No.19. Archer, travelling fast.
GV. Towards No 3 Clynck followed by No.19 Archer passing Winning Post.
CU. Clynck being kissed and receives the Winners' wreath.
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Background: 100,00 spectators gathered to watch the 21 contestants line up in St. Anthonis, Holland, for the International 5oo ccs Motorcross. It was in beautiful weather that the riders from Holland, Sweden, Gt. Britain, Germany, and Belgium, mounted their machines ready for the 'off'. Of the British team the great Leslie Archer rode a Norton, David Curtis, a matchless, and Jeff Smith and john Draper role B.S.A. bikes.
After an exciting stat the riders bunched together, and in the flurry of getting the best shot, our cameraman lost his balance and nearly fell into the track.
Nillson of Sweden, No SI5, riding a Crescent motor bike, takes the lead, followed by No. A19 Archer and A20 Curtis. The Dutchman J. Clynck, No H3, riding a B.S.A. soon catches them, and the chase is on.
In the last round there is a tremendous duel between Bill Curtis and J. Clynck, but the Dutchman is the first to cross the finishing line, and receive the victor's award.