U.S. GRAND PRIX 1970 Auto racing fans watch the start of the 1970 U.S. Grand Prix. A father and his son watch as cars race around the track. The winners trophy is passed amongst a group of fans and supporters.
Date: October 5, 1970 - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:17:00, With Audio
TV STARS AT THE RIVERSIDE 500 AUTO RACE The Riverside, California 500 auto race has added starters in TV stars who parade before the race. Almost everyone's here - Joe Flynn from "McHale's Navy", Denver Pile of "Tammy", Edy Williams who's in "The Pad." Also, Vickie
Fee, Robert Pine and Caren Jensen from "Out Of Sight." And let's not forget Al Lewis and Pat Priest of "The Munsters". As for the race, Dan Gurney becomes the first man ever to win a 500 mile race four times in a row as he sets a new speed record to win by more than a minute.
1969 WORLD 600 STOCK CAR RACE LeeRoy Yarbrough wins the World 600 miler for Grand National cars at Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina. The race is full of danger and thrills as cars take fast turns and sometimes lose control.
Date: May 25, 1969 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:22:00, No Audio
RACER DIES IN SPEEDWAY CRASH Sensational scenes showing the 3-car smash-up which cost the life of Floyd Roberts, dare-devil auto racer, in the 500-mile Indianapolis Speedway Classic, won again by Wilbur Shaw, as 145,000 look on
QUALIFYING TRIALS FOR INDIANAPOLIS 500 Racing fans gather at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to watch the qualifying trials for the upcoming Indy 500 auto classic. Drivers like Jim Clark turn in times that are faster than last year's winners.
CLOSED CIRCUIT TV FOR INDY 500 AUTO RACE Cable and cameras are being installed to broadcast the Indianapolis 500 race via closed circuit TV to select theaters and auditoriums. While the cameras are tested drivers and their cars also prepare for the big event. PLEASE
INDIANAPOLIS 500 - 1964 RACE & TRAGEDY Tragedy strikes the Indianapolis 500 with a fiery second-lap accident that involves seven cars, explosions and the deaths of Eddie Sachs and Dave MacDonald. Speed prevails however and A.J. Foyt wins the race.
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