The Concorde Story

Concorde 1

The Concorde Story is a vintage documentary about the development of the world’s first supersonic airliner, it was filmed during the early, heady days of the now retired aircraft and it provides a fascinating look into how the Concorde came to be – starting with early designs from WWII. With a running time of just…

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Guy Martin’s Spitfire

Guy Martin's Spitfire

Guy Martin’s Spitfire is a British documentary about the recovery and rebuild of a rare MK1 Spitfire from the French beach where it was crash landed in 1940 by RAF pilot Squadron Leader Geoffrey Stephenson. The Spitfire had slowly been buried under generations of beach sand so the recovery operation took weeks of digging and…

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Documentary: Scrambling For It

Scrambler Motorcycle

Scrambling For It is a late ’60s film about the popular and rapidly growing scramble races that were popping up around the country, the events lent their name to the style of motorcycle developed to compete in them and even today, Scramblers are amongst the most popular bikes on the road. The film is part…

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Tron Light Cycle

Tron Lightcycle

When it comes to motorcycles on the silver screen, there are very few bikes more famous than the Tron Light Cycle. It first made its appearance in the original 1982 film, and was then reprised for the 2010 sequel – lodging it firmly in the minds of a new generation of fans. In 2011, a…

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Documentary: The Road To Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo Rally

The Road To Monte Carlo is a 1960 documentary film about the legendary Rallye Monte Carlo – a race only marginally less famous than its Formula 1 equivalent. In 1960 the race encompassed a huge assortment of motor cars from Europe and further afield, half a dozen Minis made their first major race outing at…

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Fifty Years of Kicks

Fifty Years of Kicks - Motorcycle Documentary

Fifty Years of Kicks is one of those motorcycle documentaries that’s a must-watch – I know there are a lot of films out there in the motosphere, but this is one of the best and you’ll be glad you spent the 20 minutes on it. It’s the story of Paul Rodden and Larry Murray, two off-road…

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Car Race At Brooklands – 1928

Race At Brooklands 3

Brooklands was the first purpose-built race track in the world, it was characterised by its broad 30 metre width and 9 metre high banked corners. Many of the world’s speed records were set at the circuit until it was shut down in 1939 – as the gloom of World War II descended over Europe. This…

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Race For Survival: The 1984 Paris-Dakar Rally

Porsche 953 911

The 1984 Paris-Dakar was a seminal year for the annual race, Porsche made their first appearance with the 953/991 – a car that would be developed into the now legendary Porsche 959. In 1984 the Stuttgart factory entered three cars with Rothmans livery, the team was headed by Formula 1 icon Jacky Ickx who can…

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The Golden Age of the British Sports Car

Austin-Healey

The Golden Age of the British Sports Car is a BBC documentary about the post-WWII success of the small, light and nimble two-seaters rolling out of England. These cars were characterised by their affordability and off-the-charts fun factor, and they went on to inspire multiple generations of car guys (and girls) across the world. This…

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Moto Borgatoro

Moto Borgotaro

Moto Borgatoro is a short film by Roberto Serrini about renowned custom motorcycle builder Peter Boggia, and it’s a far cry from the more self-oriented shorts you’ve probably seen about custom bike builders. In this case, Peter was reticent to do the film at all and if you watch till the end you’ll see him…

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