A brand new Italian magazine completely devoted to rally and hill-climbing competitions. In this number: Elva Buick GT 160, Rally Madonie, 27th Cividale-Castelmonte, 39th Coppa Bruno Carotti, 6th Cronoscalata del Reventino, 36th Trofeo Vallecamonica, 54th Trento-Bondone,
the Cremona Circuit, 6th Regolarità dei Colli Isolani , Rally Madonie, etc…The magazine includes a DVD with the history and the chronicle of the Avd Oldtimer Grand Prix in Nurburgring, and many other interesting films…
Dodge Viper GTS v. Porsche 911 GT3, American brute v. German brains, at its best! Two legends among sports cars pushed at the highest pace against each other. This time Mr. X challenges Tony Montana in a dramatic race through Stockholm. Awesome machines with heritage from race tracks around the world, and both models have victories in the toughest race of them all - the Le Mans 24 hour endurance race. This DVD is just packed with massive action, babes, tests and extras. Certificate 18. Adults only.
The theme for 2005 was ‘Racing Colours – National Pride and Culture’, with cars from different countries chosen to represent the makers’ cultures, passions and skills. Nowhere else can you experience such an intoxicating blend of speed, colour and noise, from Edwardian road racers to contemporary F1 cars. Essential viewing for all lovers of speed and excitment.
Hot off the press, this year’s Festival of Speed DVD is available now! Over 100 minutes of action-packed coverage featuring all of the highlights of this year’s event with a record number of world champion drivers and riders. Relive the thrills! This DVD meets international viewing requirements.?
Every year over 300 vintage and veteran cars make a 94 mile journey through some of England’s finest scenery from Bristol to Bournemouth. Some owners wear full period costume to really get into the swing of things. Literally hundreds of the most ezpensive exotic cars in the world enter this fantastic nostalgic event. Filmed on a beautiful summer’s day in June, we follow the drivers mile upon mile from start to finish.
Il dvd raccoglie evoluzioni, incidenti e passaggi spettacolari colti dall’obbiettivo delle videocamere presenti alle corse in salita, ai rally e alle competizioni in circuito durante l’anno. Un eccezionale extra bonus, dedicato alle vetture storiche completa l’emozionante dvd, condensando le immagini più adrenaliniche che queste vetture da competizione sanno ancora regalare.
Fear is the driving force in this must-own Stephen Spielberg creation – credited with putting Spielberg ‘on the map’ and paving the way for the likes of Jaws and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Based on a short story written by Richard Matheson that originally appeared in ‘Playboy’, Duel tells the story of David Mann (Dennis Weaver), a salesman on his way to a business meeting. When he attempts to pass a truck on the road, the truck driver takes offence and proceeds to block the road whenever Mann subsequently attempts to pass him. Quickly escalating into a deadly cat-and-mouse game, Mann and the truck find themselves involved in a life or death game of hide and seek.
“Delta the Legend” is an editorial / multimedia innovative product which combines beautiful images of Manrico Martella, one of the best photographers in the motorsport world, in period films that retrace the moments of unrepeatable adventure, lasted eight years. Not only. "Delta The Legend" is also a story of men who, with their abilities, their insights, their geniality were able to transform a production car, in a true legend. In a worldwide icon. And who better than them, he could tell about various facets: by project engineers to drivers, by mechanics to public relations men, by sports directors to designers, who remember firsthand the events that characterize those unrepeatable eight seasons.
PHOTOGRAPHIC BOOK of 240 pages with anecdotes, technical features, tales of the team and the car that won the World Rally Championship for 6 consecutive years.
Bilingual Italian / English
DVD "THE MOVIE" - 88 min. - Directed by: Tiziano Vuillermoz.
Through the testimonies of the protagonists of that unrepeatable history and unpublished images of what was the most exciting period of the Italian rallying, unfolds an exciting and compelling story of what has been the most prestigious example of industrial foresight, which led one of the oldest brands and "charm" of Italian motoring at the top of world motorsport.
Bilingual Italian / English
DVD "FRAGMENTS" is a collection of "splinters", sometimes private, sometimes funny and certainly always engaging, narrated by the protagonists that gave rise to the legend of Delta.
Bilingual Italian / English
The stuff of legend – a lap-by-lap battle for the ultimate prize in motorcycle racing that sees the hero’s teammate come through to take victory, despite a dramatic mechanical failure on the finish line! This is Isle of Speed, the story of the 1952 Senior TT in the Isle of Man, bringing you all the action from the world-famous Mountain Circuit as the battle unfolds. The stars are greats like six-times World Champion Geoff Duke, fans’ favourite Les Graham and the vintage machines – MV Agusta, Norton, Matchless, BSA, Velocette and more, all in glorious close-up and with roaring sound. Extraordinary early on-board and slow motion camera work give a unique view of a golden period in TT history. This is a rare glimpse of a bygone era, taking you to the formative days of the modern TT and offering a chance to see these early racers away from the track – complete with a very colourful commentary. Isle of Speed also offers a quaint, and at times comical, profile of the Isle of Man of the 1950s, with its strong farming and fishing industries. But as the name implies, this film is about the racing and gives an amazing taste of the ‘toughest, most exacting test of its kind in the world’.
This documentary reviews three classic motorcycle battles from 1956. During this exhilarating season the Sidecar TT, Senior TT and Ulster Grand Prix races were captured in colour, complete with unique commentary and soundtrack from the era.
Racing a specially prepared camera car through the ’71 Circuit of Ireland Rally, past winner Paddy Hopkirk captures some spectacular footage for the unique film A Dash Of The Irish. Local drivers mix with teams from as far away as Peru at the 187-car race, which has rapid hill climbs and steep, twisting descents. Even top rally drivers find the hairpin turns and rugged terrain tough going, with over 40 cars out of action after the first night. Mechanical failure, rollovers and a fiery crash add to the drama, which continues right up to the final stage in a close finish. The 70s racing scene is further brought to life in the programme ’Winning Ain’t Easy’, which is a comprehensive record of Dealer Team Vauxhall’s 1975 motorsport year, featuring drag racing at Wroughton and a super saloon race at Oulton Park. Highlights from the fast tarmac of the Castrol International Manx Rally are also showcased in this 70s racing extravaganza.
Grand Prix Trio 1955 gives a memorable review of the Monaco, Dutch and British Grands Prix. The stars are Moss and Fangio performing under the watchful eye of the legendary Mercedes team manager Alfred Neubaur.
Grand Prix d’Europe 1958 was the fastest and shortest GP of the 1958 season. Hawthorn sets a new lap record of 132.36 mph for the 8.75 mile Spa Francorchamps circuit. The race also marks the first Grand Prix win for Tony Brooks.
One of the first films made for the world famous Castrol Film Library portrays a wide range of motorcycle sport activity during 1950. Narrated in classic period style by Graham Walker (father of Murray Walker) this is 60 minutes of pure nostalgia.
A rare colour film from acclaimed producer Sam Coles of the eight ’international classics’ that comprised the 1951 World Motorcycle Road Racing Championships. Featuring the Spanish, Swiss, Belgian, French, Ulster and Nations GPs, plus the Dutch and IOM TT. Geoff Duke and his single-cylinder Norton challenge the multi-cylinder Gilera, Moto Guzzi and MV Agusta teams in some thrilling dices.
Some of the earliest film from Castrol Library providing a visual feast of cars. Maserati, Fraser Nash, ERA, Alvis, Alfa, Jaguar XK 120 and BRM, (on its debut appearance) can be seen in action at venues as diverse as the European Grand Prix at Silverstone and Hillclimbing at Shelsey Walsh and Prescott. Also featured are the entertaining 500 Club races at Silverstone, the Empire Trophy Races in the Isle of Man and the Goodwood races. The drivers’ names read like a who’s-who of this golden era of motoring - Fangio, Reg Parnell, Cooper, and Fagioli. (Black & White)
This 1953 footage featuring the milestone moments of the inaugural meeting at Oulton Park with some of the earliest on-board camera work. There’s also coverage of the Swiss Grand Prix, where we’re treated to the lusty growls of early Ferraris, Cooper Bristols, Gordinis and many others, being driven (over cobbles!) by Fangio, Mike Hawthorn, Farina, Bonnetto, and the two-time World Champion - Alberto Ascari. The second part of the film covers early powerboat racing at Windermere. (Colour)