Documentary: The Holden Dealer Team 1969 to 1987

The Holden Dealer Team 1969 to 1987

The Holden Dealer Team, commonly known as HDT, is a legendary racing team in Australia that fielded some of the country’s greatest racing drivers from the late 1960s through the ’70s and well into the ’80s and beyond. Holden is known around the world as Australia’s largest automaker, but back in the 1960s and ’70s Australia…

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Documentary: Rallying In The 1980s

Group B Rally Audi

Many consider the 1980s to be the golden age of rally, it’s a tough call however as the 1960s and 1970s offered a slew of extraordinary rally cars and drivers, and the 1990s didn’t exactly disappoint in these departments either. Perhaps the key reason the 1980s are viewed with such rose tinted glasses is that…

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Oil In The Blood – The Official Trailer

Oil In The Blood

This is the official trailer for Oil In The Blood, a film about the people who make up modern custom motorcycle culture. Production for the film was underway for years, Gareth Maxwell Roberts travelled the globe to interview many of the leading lights of the custom motorcycle world and the resulting film is fantastic. Roberts…

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Short Film: (Legal) Beach Racing In Malaysia

Legal Beach Racing In Malaysia

In September 2019, three days of beach racing took place in Desaru, Malaysia. There were no entrance restrictions – anyone could enter riding any motorcycle so long as it had two wheels and a working engine. The course was a straight-ish and mostly flat 1/8th of a mile run down Tiara Beach in front of…

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Documentary: The Only Surviving Airworthy Messerschmitt Bf109

Messerschmitt Bf 109

This documentary covers the remarkable, decades long restoration of what would become the only flying Messerschmitt Bf109 in the world. In the years since the film was made there have been more examples of the Messerschmitt Bf109 returned to airworthy status, so this aircraft is no longer the only flying example – but it’s important…

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Documentary: The Pan American Boeing 377 Stratocruiser

Pan Am Boeing 377 Stratocruiser

This film from 1950 was created to give Americans a look into what it was like to fly on the then-new Pan American Boeing 377 Stratocruiser. The Stratocruiser was an advanced aircraft for its time, it featured a pressurised cabin, two floors of seating for passengers, and it could carry up to 100 people. The…

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