• Short Summary

    Jochen Rindt, of Austria, had a narrow victory at Snetterton today (Saturday) in the International 100 miles trophy race for cars in the new European formula two class.

  • Description

    1.
    SV Pan cars on track
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    2.
    SCU Man talk to driver in cockpit
    0.14

    3.
    CU Car No. 6 Pan to driver, Jackie Stewart
    0.21

    4.
    SV J. Rindt seated in car No.3 eventual winner
    0.24

    5.
    SV Zoom in Graham Hill ditto car No. 4 eventual second
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    6.
    SV Onlookers
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    7.
    GV Start of race
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    8.
    LV Pan cars No. 3 and 4 down straight
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    9.
    LV Pan No. 1 (Jack Brabham) ditto
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    10.
    LV Pan cars down straight and round bend
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    11.
    LV Pan No.2 (Denny Hulme) down straight
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    12.
    SV Spectators
    1.13

    13.
    SV Pan No. 3 passes camera
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    14.
    SV Pan Group of cars round bend
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    15.
    SV No. 3 round bend and down straight Pan to other cars doing same
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    16.
    SV Pan lone car round bend
    1.30

    17.
    SV No. 5 (Bruce McLaren) passes camera
    1.31

    18.
    GV Chequered flag as first two cars flash by
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    19.
    SV Spectators
    1.37

    20.
    SCU Winner Rindt accepts laurel and kiss
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    21.
    LV Spectators
    1.43

    22.
    SV Winner having drink
    1.51



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    EDITORS: THERE ARE NATURAL SOUND EFFECTS THROUGHOUT
    SPORT: CAR RACING

    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: Jochen Rindt, of Austria, had a narrow victory at Snetterton today (Saturday) in the International 100 miles trophy race for cars in the new European formula two class. Rindt won by less than the length of his Repco-Brabham-Cosworth-Ford from Britain's Graham Hill in a Lotus-Cosworth-Ford.

    Rindt led from the start and for most of the race. Hill went in front twice only to be knocked back by the Austrian as he flew through the final laps to win in 59 minutes at an average of 108 miles an hour (175 kms an hour).

    In third place was another British driver, Alan Rees, driving a Repco-Brabham-Cosworth-Ford. Two New Zealanders came fourth and fifth while world champion, Jack Brabham of Australia, was sixth.

    Soon after the start two cars collided and one caught fire. British driver Chris Irwin, in a Lola-BMW, was hit by fellow-Briton Alan Fletcher in a Repco-Brabham-Cosworth-Ford. Fletcher was able to steer to safety but Irwin's car overturned and ignited. Irwin was later treated in hospital for a shoulder injury and facial cuts.

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    Film ID:
    VLVAFYLKPNWDPDOYK7A2R7YPHMJL
    Media URN:
    VLVAFYLKPNWDPDOYK7A2R7YPHMJL
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    24/03/1967
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:01:52:00
    Time in/Out:
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    Canister:
    N/A

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