A clear step-by-step illustrated workshop manual with precious instructions, diagrams, technical schedules and information concerning the electronic injection of the car. Included a DVD with the videos of the lessons.
Subtitles: English, French, German and Spanish.
Driving a Porsche 911, Nino Vaccarella takes us to discover the legendary Madonie circuit of the Targa Florio race. Entrusting to his memory and to his qualities as a pilot, we access to that temple of motor racing that the Targa Florio was. Scene of adventure racing that “the Flying Dean” – the nickname with which Vaccarella became known to millions of fans - contributed to make legendary.
Triskell Pictures & Entertainment, on the 50th anniversary of the Porsche 911 has produced this short film as innovative tribute to the brand Porsche to the Targa Florio and to Nino Vaccarella himself. To the Porsche, which more than any other manufacturer has linked its brand to the world’s oldest road race, up to dedicate one of its successful models: the Porsche "Targa", reissued today in the GTS version. To the Targa Florio, the race that until 1973 was valid for the World Sports Prototype Championship and that for millions of fans around the world, still exerts the timeless appeal of one of the most celebrated motoring myths of all time. To Nino Vaccarella, the world famous Sicilian driver, official pilot of Ferrari and Alfa Romeo, which has obtained three victories in the Targa Florio and memorable successes at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the 12 Hours of Sebring, the 1,000 km of Nurburgring.
This classic documentary from the early 70s is a unique view of the 1971 RAC Rally, where teams encountered extremely snowy conditions. The weather provided a stunning backdrop to the dramatic races, which feature rollovers, breakdowns and even one unlucky team who end up in a lake. The story is told using cameras inside the cars and trackside, and from radio bulletins mixed with music from the era. Helicopter cameras follow the team on long, fast straights and there is plenty of footage of handbrake turns on the slippery corners. Victory went to a very youthful looking Stig Blomqvist whose Saab was totally suited to the challenging conditions.
Two dramatic years in the history of the TT. Mike Hailwood was awesome in 1961 and even formidable riders such as Rhodesian Gary Hocking on his MV Agusta couldn’t defeat the Oxford rider, who crowned his week with a 100mph average speed for the Senior race.
An all-action snapshot of the history of motor sport, from Edwardian steam cars to the very latest Formula One vehicles - all wrapped up in a beautifully packaged double-DVD set. This is your chance to celebrate 10 years of the world’s biggest and most spectacular motor sport happening!
This book is the definitive tribute to the Dutch Grand Prix, a wonderful combination of a remarkable book and a fascinating documentary film about the history of the Formula 1 races held at Zandvoort from 1948 until 1985. The 400-page book comprises more than 700 mostly never published photographs, countless anecdotes, extremely rare documentation materials as well as statistics specified to the chassis numbers. The 77-minute documentary film is included on a DVD fitted in the and features never seen footage
and interviews with Sir Stirling Moss, Jan Lammers, Jacky Ickx, Gijs van Lennep and René Arnoux.
This is the first volume of the definitive history of one of the world’s most exciting sports.
Award-winning motorcycle film producer, David Wood, utilises his extensive archive, plus material from scores of other sources, modern day interviews and race coverage, to present an unsurpassed, entertaining and historically significant record of motorcycle racing.
In How it All Began we see early road races in Britain and in Europe. Action includes Brooklands, racing in France and also the first TT Races in the Isle of Man. From solid tyres, beltdrives and pedal assistance to the outbreak of World War II, our film features fascinating pictures, personalities and machines.
Then we recount in more detail the story of the world’s most famous motorcycle races, the Isle of Man TT. From the first TT in 1907 on the 15-mile St John’s Course to today’s 37.73mile Mountain Circuit, this film features the greats of TT racing - Stanley Woods, Jimmy Guthrie, Geoff Duke, John Surtees, Mike Hailwood, Giacomo Agostini, Charlie Williams, Joey Dunlop and many more. Legendary names, memorable races and the thrills of this unique event spanning nearly a century.
An entertaining, historically significant record of motorcycle racing. In Birth of the Grand Prix, we trace the 40-year history of world championship motorcycle racing. Norton, Gilera, Guzzi, MV Agusta, BMW, AJS and others are featured during the glorious Fifties. Then two-strokes arrived on the scene and the sights and sounds at the GP circuits of the world changed. The Japanese arrival features early Japanese appearances in Europe such as Mike Hailwood’s 250cc Honda-Six, the 125 and 250 V4 Yamahas ridden by Ivy and Read and more racing marvels. The post-war growth of the Japanese motorcycle industry and their eventual domination of the road racing scene is outlined.
This is the third volume of the definitive history of one of the world’s most exciting sports. Award-winning motorcycle film producer, David Wood, utilises his extensive archive, plus material from scores of other sources, modern day interviews and race coverage, to present an unsurpassed, entertaining and historically significant record of motorcycle racing. In The Other Champions, we cover racing classes other than the Blue Riband 500cc championship, i.e. the lightweights from 50cc to 350cc, and of course those modern day charioteers - the sidecar racers. All of these classes have had many worthy champions over the years - several of whom are featured in this episode. Pressure, Money & The Need to Win profiles the the ultra-professional approach to motorcycle racing which has produced a new breed of rider who have to be as committed to the commercial aspects of the sport as they are to winning races. The trend is made clear as we hear from one of the first riders who presented himself as a TV personality - Barry Sheene. Then, as action footage unfolds, we speak to several 1980s stars whose highly professional approach epitomised the sport; Kenny Roberts, Freddie Spencer, Wayne Gardner and Kevin Schwantz to name but a few.
Savour the breathtaking footage from this historic and memorable meeting including on-bike action down the roller-coaster ride that is Bray Hill and kerbcams to bring you literally inches from the action.
Fascicolo di 24 pagine formato A4 con DVD allegato della durata indicativa di 120 minuti.
La grande storia della specialità rivissuta dalla viva voce dei protagonisti e le immagini ed i suoni delle "regine dei rally" in presa diretta dal Rallylegend.
Fascicolo di 24 pagine formato A4 con DVD allegato della durata indicativa di 120 minuti. Storia, foto, curiosità e aneddoti sulle Fiat Abarth da rally . Sul DVD le interviste a: Walter Röhrl, Franco Ceccato, Maurizio Verini e “Bobo” Cambiaghi.
The 2012 Le Mans 24 Hours produced a fascinating, action-packed and gripping race, the perfect ingredients for the 80th running of motorsport’s greatest event. The official review brings you all the vital highlights and unforgettable moments of more than 3,000 miles of racing in 4 hours of stunning footage. Skilfully edited from more than 24 hours of High Definition coverage, the review tells the full story of each class, with trackside, aerial and in-car cameras – as well as the circuit’s CCTV – ensuring you don’t miss any of the pivotal events. The commentary features a seamless mix of the live TV and Radio Le Mans coverage, plus driver and team interviews and, for the first time, the chance to listen in on race director Eduardo Freitas as he talks to the racers.
This official and exclusive review captures the atmosphere and sense of occasion that only a visit to the Circuit de la Sarthe can provide. All the very best action from 24-hours of pedal-to-the-metal racing is condensed to provide the official record of this truly memorable event - delivering awesome race footage and interviews with the top drivers.
This is a brilliant documentary charting the evolution of rallying from the 1950s right up to 2001. Featuring magnificent archive footage, it’s a magical journey through five decades of this spectacular motorsport, showing you the best cars and drivers on the absolute limit. Discover how rallying developed from an adventurous hobby for enthusiasts into the merciless sprint contested by professional works teams it is today. And along the way, meet the drivers who have made the sport so special: among them, Aaltonen, Alen, Airikkala, Burns, Blomqvist, Clark, Hopkirk, Makinen, Mikkola, Pond, Rohrl, Salonen, Toivonen, Vatanen and Waldegard. Producer Helmut Deimel spent 120 days in the edit suite trawling through 500 hours of the world’s best rally archive to produce this masterpiece. Action-packed, atmospheric and always exciting, it’s an outstanding production that will enthrall you whether you are a long-time rally fan or a recent convert to this most spectacular category of four-wheel motorsport. Don’t miss it!
The record books finally read Nigel Mansell - World Champion, but the sweet taste of success did not come easily. This documentary tells the inside story of Mansell’s Formula one challenge. In the competitive world of F1, few drivers have shown more determination or made more personal and financial sacrifices than Nigel Mansell O.B.E. Nigel’s 11 years in F1 were a prelude to victory in ’92 when an unsurpassed display of fine motor racing from the Mansell-Williams - Elf-Renault partnership reaped rewards. This superb film profiles the turbulent ’91 season when frustrating mechanical troubles forced the team to make a spectacular late season charge. The year finished with drivers, engineers and fuel technicians working together in a formidable display of racecraft that formed the springboard for Mansell’s ’92 world title challenge.
Nigel himself provides illuminating insights into his single-minded dedication to advancing his career, and reveals what motivated him throughout the demanding season. Also included is ’Going for Pole’ - a short action-packed tribute to Mansell and the other kings of Grand Prix which captures the supreme drama of qualifying for pole position. Ayrton Senna, Jean Alesi and Riccardo Patrese star.
A fantastic selection of original and restored military vehicles go on parade once again at The Annual Yeovil Festival Of Transport. British, American and European vehicles of all shapes and sizes can be seen. Jeeps, Land Rovers, lorries, armoured cars, there’s something for everybody. Plus interviews with the owners of these superbly maintained machines. Sit back and enjoy all those wonderful Military Vehicles On Parade.