• Short Summary

    THE JAPANESE HONDA AND SUZUKI, AND THE GERMAN B.M.W. MACHINES, TOOK TOP HONOURS AT THE?

  • Description

    1.
    GV SPECTATORS IN STAND.
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    2.
    SV NO. 102 BOB MCINTYRE (ENGLAND) ON STARTING GRID.
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    3.
    SV NO. 101 JIM REDMAN (RHODESIA) DITTO.
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    4.
    LV AND SV PAN..START OF 250 C.C. RACE.
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    5.
    LV PAN...COMPETITORS ROUND BEND.
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    6.
    LV COMPETITORS ALONG STRAIGHT AND INTO BEND.
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    7.
    LV PAN.. RACE UNDERWAY.
    0.35

    8.
    SV PAN.. NO. 101 J. REDMAN (RHODESIA) FOLLOWED BY NO. 124 KURT GUTHIER (GERMANY).144 E. JANSON, 138 HEINER BUTZ, ROUND BEND.
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    9.
    LV PAN.. RACE IN PROGRESS.
    0.49

    10.
    SV PAN.. J. REDMAN LEADS B. MCINTYRE ALONG STRAIGHT AND INTO BEND.
    0.54

    11.
    LV PAN.. REDMAN FOLLOWED BY MCINTYRE ALONG STRAIGHT.
    0.58

    12.
    STV PAN.. J. REDMAN WINNING FROM B. MCINTYRE.
    1.02

    13.
    SV SPECTATORS.
    1.04

    14.
    SV J. REDMAN CONGRATULATED, GARLAND, PRESENTED WITH CUP.
    1.14

    15.
    LV TO SV PAN.. START OF 500 C.C. SIDECAR RACE.
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    16.
    SV PAN.. NO. 56 DUHEM AND RUFFENACH, PAIR, INTO BEND FOLLOWED BY NO. 42, LAMBERT AND HERZIG PAIR.
    1.26

    17.
    LV PAN.. NO. 37 BUTSCHER A, AND BUTSCHER M, OVERTAKE NO. 36 APPELT AND KROGER.
    1.31

    18.
    SV PAN.. NO. 39 TICKLE J, AND TICKLE C, NOGATIATE BEND.
    1.35

    19.
    SV PAN.. NO 51 ROHSIEPE AND BOETTCHER DITTO.
    1.38

    20.
    SV PAN.. NO. 46 CLARK AND WARBURTON DITTO FOLLOWED BY NO. 56 DUHEMA AND RUFFENACH.
    1.40

    21.
    LV PAN.. RACE IN PROGRESS.
    1.44

    22.
    LV PAN.. THREE COMPETITORS NEGOTIATE BEND, LYING SECOND NO. 32 CAMATHIAS AND WANSEN FOLLOWED BY NO 31 DEUBEL AND HORNER.
    1.49

    23.
    LV PAN.. RACE IN PROGRESS.
    1.53

    24.
    LV PAN.. NO. 31 DEUBEL AND HORNER OUT OF BEND AND WINNING.
    2.00

    25.
    LV CROWD APPLAUD.
    2.02

    26.
    DEUBEL AND HORNER GARLANDED.
    2.10



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    SPORT: MOTORCYCLE RACING

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    Background: THE JAPANESE HONDA AND SUZUKI, AND THE GERMAN B.M.W. MACHINES, TOOK TOP HONOURS AT THE WEST GERMAN MOTOR-CYCLE GRAND PRIX MEETING ON THE TORTUOUS SOLITUDE CIRCUIT AT STUTTGART, WEST GERMANY, JULY 15.

    PROBABLY THE MOST EXCITING WAS THE 250.C.C. RACE. WON BY JIM REDMAN OF SOUTHERN RHODESIA ON A HONDA. HE CROSSED THE LINE JUST 0.1 SECOND AHEAD OF BOB MCINTYRE OF SCOTLAND, ALSO ON A HONDA. THIRD WAS ANOTHER HONDA, RIDDEN BY TESUO TANAKA OF JAPAN. REDMAN'S TIME WAS 51 MINUTES 41.8 SECONDS. AN AVERAGE SPEED OF 90.5 M.P.H.

    GERMANY'S MAX DEUBEL RETAINED HIS WORLD 500.C.C. SIDECAR CHAMPIONSHIP WITH A 47-SECOND WIN IN THE 64-MILE RACE ON A B.M.W. MACHINE. WITH HIS PASSENGER, HOERNER, ALSO OF GERMANY, HE AVERAGED 88 M.P.H. HIS SEASON'S TOTAL OF 34-POINTS WAS EIGHT BETTER THAN HIS NEAREST CHALLENGER, FLORIAN CAMATHIAS OF SWITZERLAND, WHO CAME SECOND AT STUTTGART. THE PASSENGER ON CAMATHIAS' B.M.W. MACHINE WAS WINTER OF BRITAIN.

    E.DEGNER OF GERMANY, RIDING A SUZUKI, WON THE WORLD 50 C.C. EVENT, WHEN HE CROSSED THE LINE AT SOLITUDE AHEAD OF H.ANSCHEIDT (GERMANY). HIS TOTAL FOR THE SEASON WAS 32 POINTS. ANSCHEIDT WAS SECOND WITH 27 POINTS. LUIGI TAVERI OF ITALY WAS THIRD IN THE WORLD PLACINGS WITH 21 POINTS. HOWEVER, TAVERI COMPENSATED FOR THIS BY WINNING THE 125 C.C. EVENT AT SOLITUDE AND THE WORLD 125 C.C.

    CHAMPIONSHIP WITH 39 POINTS. JIM REDMAN WAS SECOND IN THE WORLD PLACINGS FOR THIS EVENT, AND TOMMY ROBB OF IRELAND THIRD.

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    Film ID:
    VLVACEKF2DH4ZVUKXC681L5DBDF4X
    Media URN:
    VLVACEKF2DH4ZVUKXC681L5DBDF4X
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    16/07/1962
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:02:10:00
    Time in/Out:
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    N/A

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