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THE THINGS THAT GO VROOOM! - MOTORSPORT MONTH ON BRITISH PATHÉ (JANUARY 2016): Newsreels of the Week: Model Motor Racing.

A slightly different look at motorsport this week - three classic newsreels showing model racing cars being made or played with - including by famous racing driver Stirling Moss!

(Film IDs 81.17, 369.08, 43.04)

Music:
"Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 (by Liszt)"
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Comments 50 Comments

Brian Biggs
Spiffing fun n lashings of custard
Thiago Paes De Andrade Silva
💞
Mark Solarz
Fantastic!.....more proof that you need never grow old!
Ivan Lunev
Wow, the 50s look pretty boring
LincolnTek
Cause nothing says healthy like racing 2 stroke diesel powered cars indoors.
Rccarlover Luxembourg
amazing history...wow so fast in the early days lol
Adrina The Great
interesting
closedcl8
There has got to be even more of these films about the subject.
Jack Gamboa
Super.
Sean Hart
I know it wasn't much of a concern in the 1950s to breathe in fumes from engines, cigarettes, etc
but I wonder if anyone thought it was a bad idea to use diesel fuel indoors. I mean besides the fact that it isn't great to breathe in, wouldn't the soot of a diesel engine maybe stain the walls a bit? Just wondering.
SkandikFilm
Today we race behind computers.
nicky lup
British Pathé thank you for all your uploads-this is super channel
nicky lup
I love this channel I remembered these racing cars back then I had a track set up back in the day..we had a great time back then but yeah I remember all this..this Is a excellent channel. ":c)
Graham Clayton
With the big multi-lane tracks, you had to be careful and quick when putting a car back on the track, otherwise you would get a nasty clip on the hand from another car!
Surrey Train Films
Can we have a railway month :)
2view
use to do in 60's between cub scouts and boy scouts . was fun on sat afternoon with father and hobby store
chavey65
vintage toys dinky matchbox car's and the like,had all my toys stolen,by tenants that rented our house when dad was posted in the early 70's had loads of stuff still happy times keep up the good work,oh and may be something on action man. best toy ever,maybe model making as well Airfix?
Lawrence Ross
Sterling looks 69.
Larry Bundy Jr
Sterling Moss was 29 there??? He looks 49!
Reel Time Fishing
February the theme of next month art
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Cut and Shut | Car Repairs | Insurance Write Model Motor Racing | British 4 months ago   09:17

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Tony Bastable explains to the viewers of 'Wheels' how what has been deemed as insurance @write offs' can be repaired and sold off legally.
First Shown: 05/11/1981
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