• Short Summary

    NINETY-ONE CARS LEFT OSLO LAST NIGHT (FRIDAY) -- AS THE 964 MONTE CARLO RALLY GOT UNDER WAY.

  • Description

    1.
    TV CAR.NO.44 (SWEDEN) LEAVING START
    0.10

    2.
    TV CAR NO.45 (SWEDEN) DITTO
    0.19

    3.
    CV TIMING CLOCK
    0.22

    4.
    GV CAR NO.59 (SWEDEN) LEAVING START
    0.32

    5.
    SV CROWDS
    0.34

    6.
    CV ERIK CARLSSON SEATED IN CAR SHAKES HANDS WITH FRIEND
    0.38

    7.
    GV CARLSSON'S CAR MOVES OFF
    0.42

    8.
    CU SIGN 'EASTERN DOCKS, TILT TO RALLY SIGN
    0.45

    9.
    CU CONTROL SIGN
    0.48

    10.
    MV CAR 248 ARRIVES
    0.52

    11.
    SV SPECTATORS
    0.58

    12.
    MV DRIVERS
    1.03

    13.
    MV PAN CAR 258 ARRIVES
    1.09

    14.
    MV PAN CAR 239 ARRIVES
    1.14

    15.
    GTV CARS, DRIVERS AND OFFICIALS
    1.18

    16.
    MV CAR 247 AND ONLOOKERS
    1.22

    17.
    MV 247 DRIVER MOVES TO CHECKPOINT
    1.26

    18.
    CU HAND WRITING ON LOG
    1.28

    19.
    MV DRIVER SIGNING IN
    1.31

    20.
    CV ONLOOKERS
    1.33

    21.
    SV SIGN "MAID OF KENT"
    1.36

    22.
    GTV CAR ENROUTE SHIP'S HOLD
    1.40

    23.
    SV PAN CAR 257 DOWN RAMP
    1.45

    24.
    SV PAN CAR 260 DOWN RAMP
    1.53

    25.
    CU SAILOR
    1.56

    26.
    SV DRIVERS LEAVE CARS IN SHIPS' HOLD
    2.05

    27.
    CU DRIVERS RESTING
    2.08

    28.
    RESTING DRIVER
    2.10

    29.
    CU SLEEPING DRIVERS.
    2.15



    Initials JT/V/JJG


    SPORT: CAR RACING

    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: NINETY-ONE CARS LEFT OSLO LAST NIGHT (FRIDAY) -- AS THE 964 MONTE CARLO RALLY GOT UNDER WAY. FOR THEM, MONTE CARLO WAS 2,900 MILES (4,600 KMS) AWAY. OSLO WAS ONE OF THE NINE EUROPEAN STARTING POINTS.

    SWEDEN'S ERIC CARLSSON, DRIVING A SAAB, WAS AIMING FOR A HIT-TRICK. LAST YEAR HE BECAME THE FIRST DRIVER IN 30 YEARS TO WIN THE RALLY TWICE IN SUCCESSION. HIS SKILL IN ALPINE COUNTRY WAS THE TELLING FACTOR, BUT THIS YEAR VERY LITTLE SNOW IS REPORTED EN ROUTE.

    OTHER CARS LEAVING OSLO:-
    No. 4 - I. WOLLERT AND H. LJUNGKVIST (SWEDEN, SAAB);
    No. 5 - B. LUNDBERG AND B. REHNFELT (SWEDEN, FORD FALCON)
    AND I. TRANNA AND S. LINDSTROM (SWEDEN, VOLVO).

    MEANWHILE, STARTERS FROM GLASGOW ARRIVED AT DOVER TONIGHT (SATURDAY) FOR THE CROSS-CHANNEL FERRY TRIP TO BOULGNE, IN FRANCE. ALL 27 CARS WERE REPORTED TO HAVE ARRIVED SAFELY AFTER THE TRIP FROM THE NORTH.

    ALL BUT TWO OF THEM WERE BRITISH TEAMS -- AND ALL ARRIVED WITH PLENTY OF TIME TO SPARE. THE ONLY DANGER THEY ENCOUNTERED HAD BEEN FROM ANIMALS WANDERING ACROSS THE ROAD DURING THE LAST LEG THROUGH THE NEW FOREST IN HAMPSHIRE. BUT AHEAD OF THEM LIES THE TOUGH MOUNTAIN PASSES IN FRANCE.

    THE CIS WERE DRIVEN INTO THE FERRY'S HOLD -- AND THE DRIVE TOOK A WELL-EARNED REST.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA9UV0W1NP69CI0ECDWBA6XIQ7E
    Media URN:
    VLVA9UV0W1NP69CI0ECDWBA6XIQ7E
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    18/01/1964
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:02:15:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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