1973 Documentary – Hells Angels London

This 1973 BBC documentary might be one of the most unintentionally comedic short films I’ve ever seen – to the point where I’m not sure if it’s legitimate or if it’s a very clever parody. Since the year it was filmed the Hells Angels have spread globally – they now have an estimated 425 charters…

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AMA Flat Track Matadors: Jay Springsteen

Jay Springsteen is considered by many to be the greatest flat track racer in history, his remarkable career spanned almost 30 years and he won 43 Grand National Championship dirt track victories, as well as the 1975 American Motorcyclist Association Rookie of the Year award and 3 consecutive AMA Grand National Championships in 1976, 1977,…

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Joey: The Man Who Conquered The TT

Joey Dunlop was an Irishman who became a global motorcycling phenomenon. largely due to his performances at the most dangerous race in the world – the Isle of Man TT. He went on to win the TT 26 times and in the process set a record that no one has ever broken – or is…

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Ronnie Peterson: 1975 Documentary

Editor’s Note: The original documentary was deleted, but we’ve added in an Italian one above. You can turn on auto translate by clicking the “settings” cog on the lower right side of the YouTube frame. Ronnie Peterson was a Swedish Formula One driver whose career was cut short in a first corner incident with James…

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Enzo Ferrari: Passion for Speed Documentary

Enzo Ferrari: Passion for Speed is a documentary about the automotive legend from 2001. It’s a fascinating look back at the life and times of Enzo, and it includes interviews with some other greats who are no longer with us – like Carroll Shelby. The film covers Enzo’s life from his childhood through to his…

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Original Herbie Stunt Car

The iconic series of Herbie films started with The Love Bug in 1968, a smash hit that all but guaranteed sequels. Herbie Rides Again was released in 1974, Herbie Goes To Monte Carlo came out in 1977 and by 1980 it was time for the last film in the first series – Herbie Goes Bananas….

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The 1956 Monte Carlo Rally

By 1956 the Monte Carlo Rally was already 45 years old, and very well established as one of the world’s pre-eminent road racing events. Automobile manufacturers used it as a way to publicly show off the toughness and reliability of their vehicles, and played down the amount of mechanical work the driver and co-driver typically…

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Never Start Something You Can’t Stop

Never Start Something You Can’t Stop is a documentary by Ferodo about the 1968 24 Hours of Le Mans. It’s actually a pretty remarkable 30 minutes of filmmaking that starts with none other than Sir Stirling Moss narrating a lap of Le Mans, with footage provided by a camera mounted to the front of a Ford…

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Sydney to London on a Wing and a Prayer

Dot. Sydney to London on a Wing and a Prayer is a film that documents the journey of Nathan Millward from Sydney to London in 2009. He set off from Sydney with no plans, not much money, no visas and no experience. His motorcycle is a trusty Australian “Postie” that he nicknamed “Dot”, it’s a…

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Up From Clay Documentary: A Car is Born in 1959

Up From Clay is an official General Motors film from 1959 that covers the process of developing a design for a new car, it’s presented by James E Goodman, who at the time was the Vice President in charge of the body and assembly group. The process of designing a new body is covered in…

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