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Barrel throttles, as opposed to butterfly throttles. Barrel throttles give marginally less restriction than butterfly throttles and are used by most performance motorcycles and some race cars. They offer less accurate control at part throttle which makes the car harder to control in corners.

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Tachometers are normally mounted with the redline at the 12-o'clock position so that the driver can keep an eye on the important bit of the rev range. Racing cars do not normally have speedometers because of the weight and complexity, plus the final drive ratios and the tire diameters change all the time which would mean that the speedometer would read wrong.

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Smiths instruments. English maker usually fitted to English racing cars. AC Cobras were shipped to Shelby with Smiths Instruments Wikipedia - until problems with reliability forced Shelby to change to Stewart Warner Wikipedia - instruments.

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What looks like an Omega Speedmaster Wikipedia - chronograph wrist-watch

 

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Casino Square, Monaco. The casino is left and the Hôtel de Paris Wikipedia - Hôtel de Paris Wikipedia - Hôtel de Paris , right.

 

 

1966 Monaco Grand Prix - Casino Square from the Hotel de Paris
The real 1966 Monaco Grand Prix: Casino Square from the Hôtel de Paris.

 

 

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The harbor

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The camera helicopter was an Alouette Wikipedia - Alouette.

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Filming James Garner's crash into the harbor
During filming the crew were repeatedly interrupted by an irate shopowner who was complaining that the filming was preventing customers from reaching his shop.

Alan Whicker's BBC Documentary on the making of "Grand Prix" (1966)
Alan Wicker's BBC documentary on the making of Grand Prix (1966). James Garner is right of frame, exchanging harsh words with some local shopkeepers who were holding up the filming of the harbor crash scene.

 

 

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Casino square is up to the right.

 

 

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Monaco: James Garner prepares for another drive in his camera equipped BRM
James Garner drives with the camera mounted on his car.

The Jordan race car fitted with the Panavision camera
Jordan racing camera car

 

 

 

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Hôtel Mirabeau

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Monaco: Filming from a tripod
You can see the large size of the Panavision 65mm camera and tripod. Filming with them posed considerable logistical problems especially in adverse conditions such as David Lean encountered in filming Lawrence of Arabia (1962). Wikipedia - Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

 

 

 

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Casino Square

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Jessica Walter Wikipedia - Jessica Walter appears at the window of her suite in the Hôtel de Paris

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Racing car equipped with Panavision camera in Casino Square. Hôtel de Paris
A camera equipped race car comes through Casino Square with the Hôtel de Paris Wikipedia - Hôtel de Paris Wikipedia - Hôtel de Paris

 

Grace Kelly on the location in Monaco
Princess Grace of Monaco, during filming.

 

 

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In the movie, the lobby of the Hôtel de Paris Wikipedia - Hôtel de Paris Wikipedia - Hôtel de Paris , Monte Carlo , 1966

 

Lobby of the Hotel de Paris
Lobby of the Hôtel de Paris Wikipedia - Hôtel de Paris Wikipedia - Hôtel de Paris in Monte Carlo Story (1957)

 

 


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Hôtel de Paris south elevation. In the harbor Aristotle Onassis's yacht, the Christina O Wikipedia - Christina O yacht Link - Aristotle Onassis Blogspot Link - CruiseLineHistory - Yacht Christina O, appears in the far left of frame.


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Monaco: The AC Cobra camera car
Monaco: The Shelby Cobra Link - RM Auctions 427 S/C Grand Prix camera car camera car is visible parked on the right. The front and rear panels from the GT40 camera car lie on the ground in front of it.

 

 

AC Cobra 427 camera car at Monaco
The Shelby Cobra 427 Link - camera car with the race cars.

 

 

 

Monaco: The GT40 camera car fitted with cameras front and back
The GT40 camera car equipped with the Panavision 65mm remote cameras front and rear. Chassis number appears to be 1027

GT40 camera car with Panvision mounted at the front

GT40 camera car showing Gordon Enterprises remote controls for the Panavision cameras
Gordon Enterprises remote control system for the Panavision 65mm and its remote monitor in the cockpit of the GT40

GT40 camera car on the Monaco circuit
The GT40 camera car on the Monaco circuit


GT40 camera car on the Monaco circuit

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The GT40 camera car as it is today

 

Phil Hill drives the camera car at Monaco
Phil Hill drives a camera-equipped car at Monaco

 

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Graham Hill, Eva Marie Saint and Yves Montand.

 

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The Ferrari factory at Maranello

 

 

The entrance to the Ferrari factory in Maranello, during the Sixties
The entrance to the Ferrari factory at it was during the Sixties.

 

 

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The Ferrari workshops

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Adolfo Celi Wikipedia - Adolfo Celi plays Il Commendatore , Enzo Ferrari Wikipedia - Enzo Ferrari, and masterfully. It's like finding an actor to play God.

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Adolfo Celi meets "Il Commendatore", Enzo Ferrari
Adolfo Celi meets the Il Commendatore, Enzo Ferrari

 

 

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St Bartholmew's Hospital Wikipedia - St Bartholemew's Hospital . The tower visible is the Old Bailey Wikipedia - , the Central Criminal Court. Smithfield Market is immediately behind the camera left including the location used in Skyfall (2013)

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CLERMONT-FERRAND

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Clermont-Ferrand

 

 

Phil Hill smokes a cigarette while resting on the rear of the GT40 camera can at Clermont Ferrand
Phil Hill smokes a cigarette while resting on the rear of the GT40 camera can at Clermont-Ferrand

 

Clermont-Ferrand: The GT40 camera car is amongst the grid towing one of the racing cars
Clermont-Ferrand: The GT40 camera car is amongst the grid towing one of the racing cars. Yves Montand scared himself early in filming by spinning his race car at speed and refused to drive any more. The construction of the towing mount for the GT40 allowed filming at speed in complete safety.

The GT40 camera car towing Yves Montand's Ferrari
The GT40 camera car towing Yves Montand's Ferrari

The GT40 camera towing Yvest Montand's Ferrari
The GT40 camera towing Yves Montand's Ferrari

 

The cameraman rides on the front of the racing car

John Frankenheimer Bernard Cahier Yves Montand
Left to right Yves Montand (helmet), director John Frankenheimer Wikipedia - John Frankenheimer (sport coat), Bernard Cahier Wikipedia - Bernard Cahier (flat cap).

A cameraman prepares to film the passing cars from the surface of the track
A cameraman prepares to film the passing cars from the surface of the track. The lens on the left hand side of the camera lens is the remote TV camera which feeds back a microwave signal to the remote control equipment.

 

 

 

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The great Toshiro Mifune arrives in a Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman Link - . Toshiro Mifune's own dialogue was used in the film released at the première, but was dubbed in subsequent releases.

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Françoise Hardy in a Ferrari
Françoise Hardy Françoise Hardy poses in a Ferrari

Françoise Hardy in a Ferrari at Clermont-Ferrand

Françoise Hardy in an Eagle Westlake

 

Françoise Hardy, Antonia Subato, John Frankenheimer at Clermont-Ferrand
Clermont-Ferrand. The road signs behind Françoise Hardy indicate Le Mont-Dore Wikipedia - Le Mont-Dore and La Bourboule Wikipedia -

 

Françoise Hardy, Brian Bedford
Françoise Hardy and Brian Bedford Wikipedia - Brian Bedford. Brian Bedford did not possess a drivers license before the start of filming.

 

Françoise Hardy
Françoise Hardy

 

Françoise Hardy
Françoise Hardy and Jack Brabham Wikipedia - Jack Brabham

 

Françoise Hardy on the track in front of a race car and a Mercedes-Benz 600
Françoise Hardy poses on the grid

 

Françoise Hardy with a Minox camera
Françoise Hardy and a Minox camera

 

Françoise Hardy, Antonia Subato at Spa, Belgium
Françoise Hardy, Antonio Subato.

 

Françoise Hardy in a helmet
Françoise Hardy in James Garner's helmet

James Garner and his daughter GiGi Garner, with Jessica Walters
James Garner and his daughter GiGi Garner, with Jessica Walters

 

 

 

 

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Citroen 2CV license plate 888 GL 63. The number 63 is the region of Clermont-Ferrand Link - Cactus 2000 license plates  Wikipedia - French license plates

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James Garner drives the Ford Mustang GT350H Link - in one of the best in-car scenes ever filmed.

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The year is 1965: A Ford Mustang Shelby GT350H, a twisting French country road and the wind tossing Jessica Walter's hair. Does it get better than this ?

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James Garner takes tea with Toshiro Mifune

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James Garner, Graham Hill

 

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Graham Hill Wikipedia - Graham Hill, the only man ever to win motorsport's triple crown: The Formila 1 World Title, the Indianapolis 500 and the Le Mans 24 Hours. Graham Hill was a personal friend of Ian Fleming and he and Amhurst Villiers, the distinguished engineer whom had invented the supercharger which blew the blower Bentleys could be found at Fleming's house during the course of 1962 discussing the development of the Cosworth engine which Villiers was working on.

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Phil Hill and Yves Montand
Phil Hill and Yves Montand at Spa Wikipedia - Spa-Francorchamps

 

 

 

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Ferrari cockpit

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1960s racing boots

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That's John Frankenheimer's hand holding the stopwatch.

 

 

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James Garner and Toshiro Mifune. James Garner's wrist-watch is visible in this frame.

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Zandvoort Wikipedia - Zandvoort

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1960s racing boots.

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James Garner and Toshiro Mifune

 

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Graham Hill Wikipedia - Graham Hill

 

 

Spa - Panavision cameras and Mole Richardson lights
The big guns: Panavision cameras and Mole-Richardson arc lights.

One of the cameramen prepares the mounting on the race car

 

 

 

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Heuer chronographs

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The late, great, Raymond Baxter Wikipedia - Raymond Baxter performs the interview.

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Jacky Stewart wearing a camera helmet
Jackie Stewart wearing the helmet mounted Nikon camera.

Filming James Garner's engine fire from the GT40 camera car
Filming James Garner's engine fire from the GT40 camera car

 

 

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Pit lane at Monza Wikipedia - Monza

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One of Ferrari's automobile transporter

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Adolfo Celi alights from the Ferrari 330GTC

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Eva Marie Saint in the passenger seat of the Ferrari 330GTC

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Adolfo Celi and Yves Montand converse in the pit lane.

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Guiseppe Farina, Phil Hill
Guiseppe Farina Wikipedia - Giuseppe Farina  Wikipedia - Nino Farina and Phil Hill Wikipedia - Phil Hill. Sadly Farina would die in an automobile accident while on his way to watch the 1966 French Grand Prix.

 

 

John Frankenheimer, Chris Amon  and Phil Hill
John Frankenheimer, Chris Amon and Phil Hill.

 

 

Jack Brabham
On the right is Jack Brabham Wikipedia - Jack Brabham

 

James Garner, Eva Marie Saint
James Garner, Eva Marie Saint

 

 

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Ristorante Albergo Corona Ferrea

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The Ford Mustang Shelby GT350H makes its third appearance in the motion picture.

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US tax sticker was green square at this time, at least it was in New Jersey.

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Certainly the most dramatic scene in all motor racing motion pictures.

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Adolfo Celi Wikipedia - Adolfo Celi hangs out the black flag for Ferrari

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James Garner walks the empty grid

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Camera work on the track was achieved by mounting Panavision cameras on two chase cars, a GT40 and an Schelby Cobra 427, as well as the racing cars themselves. The remote control on the Panavision cameras as a unit supplied by Gordon Enterprises. Not only could the elevation and azimuth be controlled but also focus. There was an indicator which transmitted the footage of film consumed. A TV camera mounted on the camera transmitted via microwave to a monitor in the cockpit. This system had been developed for missiles testing telemetry.

The early experiments at Riverside Raceway Wikipedia - Riverside International Raceway late in 1965 (there was snow on the mountains) revealed that when the racing cars cornered the g-forces generated would make the 65mm film reel in the cartridge press against the inside of the cartridge. The friction generated meant that the camera jammed because the feed mechanism could not overcome the drag. Panavision constructed some film cartridges which incorporated an internal reel which rotated with the spool.

The g-forces generated on a skidpan by the open-wheel cars of the time would have been around 1.1g, perhaps a little over.

The second problem was the strong headwinds interfered with the drive belts in the camera, distorting them. Panavision built silent gear-drives for the film cartridges.

The great shame of the take-over by digital cameras is that the precision engineering industries which evolved to build this optical equipment will gradually disappear.

James Garner went through the Shelby Racing School Wikipedia - at Willow Springs where he was trained by Bob Bondurant Wikipedia - and Jim Tuminus.

All the actors including Garner then completed the course at the Jim Russel School Wikipedia - at Snetterton Wikipedia - in England.

James Garner enjoyed himself so much he founded his own racing team, the American International Racing Link - American International Racing team 67-69, which built and campaigned Corvettes.

 

The following photographs were taken by Panavision's Jack Barber Link - Fototime - Riverside 1965 John Frankenheimer and Panavision

The GT40 camera car with John Frankenheimer and Phil Hill
The Panavision 65mm remote mount on the rear of the GT40 camera car with Bob Bondurant, Phil Hill and John Frankenheimer

 

Riverside: James Garner and Phil Hill
Riverside: James Garner and Phil Hill

Riverside: James Garner and Phil Hill

 

Riverside: Bob Bondurant stands in the doorway of the GT40
Riverside: Bob Bondurant stands next to the door of the GT40. The entrance to turn one is upper left.

 

Riverside: Bob Bondurant stands in the door of the GT40 camera car

 

 

Riverside, in the pit lane: James Garner and Bob Bondurant mount the Schelby Cobra
Riverside: The pit lane: James Garner and Bob Bondurant mount the Schelby Cobra. The home straight is left of frame. This may be Cobra CSX 2494

Riverside: The pit lane: James Garner and Bob Bondurant mount the Schelby Cobra

 

Riverside: GT40 with rear mounted 65mm Panavision
Riverside: GT40 with rear mounted 65mm Panavision

 

Riverside: Phil Hill in the Cobra and Frank Monise in the Lotus leave the grid
Riverside: Phil Hill in the Cobra and Frank Monise in the Lotus leave the grid. Pit lane re-entry can be see left of frame.

 

Riverside: James Garner between takes

 

The AC Cobra
The Shelby Cobra camera car

 

Mystery Ferrari in the background
Mystery Ferrari 250 GTE Wikipedia - Ferrari 250 GTE in the background of the above shot.

 

Phil Hill in the cockpit of the AC Cobra
Phil Hill in the Shelby Cobra. Chassis number appears to be CSX 2494

 

John Frankenheimer sends off Phil Hill and Frank Monise
John Frankenheimer sets the Shelby Cobra and the Lotus off on another run

 

John Frankenheimer sees off Phil Hill in the AC Cobra and Frank Monise in the Lotus
John Frankenheimer

 

Cameraman Bill Frick mounts the camera on the GT40

 

Frank Monise's Lotus

 

James Garner in Frank Monise's Lotus
James Garner in Frank Monise's Lotus

 

Phil Hill and Frank Monise
Phil Hill and Frank Monise

 

The AC Cobra and the Lotus enter the pit lane
The Shelby Cobra and GT40 in the pit lane

 

The AC Cobra and the Lotus enter the pit lane

 

The whole crew in the pit lane
Phil Hill stands next to the GT40, John Frankenheimer in the blue jacket looks on. Frank Monise is frame far right.

The whole crew in the pit lane

 

The GT40, the AC Cobra and the Lotus enter the home straight
The GT40, Shelby Cobra and Frank Monise's Lotus

 

The AC Cobra the GT40 and the Lotus enter the pit lane

 

Bob Bondurant drives the GT40, Phil Hill drives the AC Cobra and Frank Monise drives the Lotus

 

Bob Bondurant and cameraman John Stephens in the GT40
The GT40 camera car , appears to be chassis number 1018

 

Bob Bondurant and John Stephens in the GT40
Bob Bondurant and cameraman John Stephens in the GT40

 

 

Panavision 65mm on a front mount
The front mounted Panavision and remove TV camera in the GT40

 

GT40 with the rear mount Panavision 65mm
The rear-mounted Panavision on the GT40

 

GT40 with the rear mount 65mm in the pit lane

 

GT40 with a rear mount Panavision

 

GT40 in the pit lane

 

GT40 with the rear mount Panavision

 

Bill Frick attends the camera mounting on the GT40
Panavision's Bill Frick attends the camera mounting on the GT40

 

Composer Maurice Jarre inspects the GT40
Composer Maurice Jarre inspects the GT40. I had one of those wool pullovers. Wish I still had it.

 

The Panavision 65mm mount
The Panavision 65mm mount

 

Panavision engineers look on at the camera on the GT40
Panavision engineers look on at the camera on the GT40

Panavision engineers
Panavision engineers

The Panavision camera with the remote TV camera mounted next to it
The Panavision camera with the remote TV camera mounted next to it

 

The helmet mounted camera with goggles
The helmet mounted camera with goggles

 

Frank Monise in his Lotus demonstrates the helmet mounted camera
Frank Monise in his Lotus demonstrates the helmet mounted camera

 

Frank Monise demonstrates the helmet mounted camera to John Frankenheimer and John Stephens
Frank Monise demonstrates the helmet mounted camera to John Frankenheimer and John Stephens

 

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 »Filming the Races for "Grand Prix"«

 

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer 1967 January "Filming the Races for Grand Prix"

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "The making of 'Grand Prix' "

 

American Cinematographer January 1967 "Filming the races for Grand Prix"

 

 

 

 

 

James Garner on the banking at Monza

 

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+ EXTERNAL LINKS

- Link - Rick McGinnis Blogspot http://rickmcginnis.blogspot.co.uk/ Rick McGinnis's superb analysis of Grand Prix (1966)

- Link - The Hollywoodart Blogspot on Grand Prix (1966) The Hollywoodart Blogspot on Grand Prix (1966)

- Link - IMCDB Grand Prix (1966) http://www.imcdb.org/ Internet Movie Car Database for Grand Prix (1966)

- Link - Out of the Past Blogspot http://www.outofthepastblog.com/ on Grand Prix (1966)

- Link - Gallet and Jim Clark Gallet Wikipedia - Gallet wrist-watches and Jim Clark

- Link - Film Score Monthly on Grand Prix (1966) www.filmscoremonthly.com/ Film Score Monthly on Grand Prix (1966)

- Link - GT40 chassis number 1027 http://www.racingicons.com/ GT40 chassis number 1027 which was used as the camera car in Grand Prix (1966)

- Link - Classic and Driver on GT40 Chassis Number P/1027 http://www.classicdriver.com/ on GT40 Chassis Number P/1027

- Link - www.gpx.it - Then&Now at the Monza Circuit http://www.gpx.it/ - Then&Now at the Monza Circuit

- Cinema Retro Wikipedia - Cinema Retro Link - Cinema Retro Magazine the journal of choice for motion pictures of the Sixties and Seventies.

 

 

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