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Winning: The Racing
Life of Paul Newman

Steve McQueen:
The Man & Le Mans

1965-1967 USAC
Indy Car Highlights

1968 Rex Mays 150
 Indy Car Race

1970-1976 USAC
 Indy Car Highlights

Stock Car Racing USA

Great Moments from
the INDY 500
Audio CD

The Winning
Combination - Indy 1966

Carroll Shelby:
The Man and His Car

Formula One 1976:
Hunt for the Title

Can Am Thunder:
the Mighty Machines

of the Series

History of Motor Racing
1960s: A Very British Era

History of Motor Racing
1950s: A Golden Decade

Open-Wheel Mayhem
on Dirt, Volume 2

Open Wheel Legends:
A Conversation with
Mario Andretti,
Dan Gurney
& Parnelli Jones

 The Roadster’s
Last Triumph
– Indianapolis 1964

500 Italian Style
– Indianapolis 1969

Midget, Sprint & Champ
Dirt Highlights, Vol. 1

Midget, Sprint & Champ
Dirt Highlights, Vol. 2

Challenge of the New Breed
- Indianapolis - 1963

The Golden Era to War: Indianapolis 1925-1941

Indianapolis Highlights

Dawn of the Rear Engine
Era: (Indianapolis) 1965

Golden Victory:
(Indianapolis) 1961

Eastern Speedway Classics

URC–The First 50 Years

Sprint & Champ
Car Classics

Eastern Midget Classics

Open Cockpit Classics

The Flying Dutchman

The History of Williams
Grove Speedway

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Price: $24.95

GODSPEED: The Story of Page Jones

A feature-length documentary about Page Jones – former race car driver and son of the legendary Parnelli Jones – and his remarkable and continuing recovery from a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI).

The film shows the early Page, as he stormed the Midget circuits and looked to be another Parnelli in the making.

A terrible accident caused a near-fatal brain injury, from which few recover. This is the inspiring record of his – and his dedicated family’s – fight to recovery, health, and contribution to brain injury research.

The documentary shows in detail his wrenching efforts to overcome and live with the results of his injury, while advocating for access to long-term rehabilitation for others with similar injuries. Page is living proof that with support, quality lives are within reach.  Anyone who has met this warm, funny, and committed gentleman will know who won this particular race.

 1 hour run time.

Price: $24.95

Indianapolis 1962

On the fourth day of qualifying at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1960, a relatively unknown rookie driver by the name of Jim Hurtubise nearly eclipsed the magic 150 MPH barrier, setting new one- and four-lap records in the process. 1961 was greeted with much anticipation as the year that marker would fall. While Tony Bettenhausen and other drivers flirted with it, the barrier would stand for yet another year.

So, the question for 1962 was, who would win the race to 150? And who would win the 500?

Would Hurtubise find past glory and do it? Could it be defending champion A.J. Foyt, 1959 winner Rodger Ward or perhaps a driver yet to find fame at the Speedway?

Race to 150 – Race to Win brings you 1 hour and 29 minutes of all the action and suspense from practice, qualifying and the race during the spectacular month of May in 1962.

Watch A.J. Foyt, Rodger Ward, Jim Rathmann, Troy Ruttman, Eddie Sachs, Parnelli Jones, Jim Hurtubise, Bobby Marshman, Dan Gurney and others Race to 150 - Race to Win!

Color, 89 min.

Price: $19.95

Winning: The Racing Life
of Paul Newman

The world knows Paul Newman as an Academy Award-winning actor with a 50-plus year career as one of the most prolific and revered actors in American Cinema. He was also well known for his philanthropy; Newman's Own has given more than $430 million to charities around the world.

Yet few know the gasoline-fueled passion that became so important in this complex, multifaceted man's makeup. Newman's deep- seated passion for racing was so intense it nearly sidelined his acting career.

His racing career spanned 35 years; Newman won four national championships as a driver and eight championships as an owner. Not bad for a guy who didn't even start racing until he was 47 years old.

Includes Special Features: Adam Carolla interviews with Mario Andretti, Patrick Dempsey, Jay Leno, Graham Rahal, and Bob Sharp; Adam Carolla restores Paul Newman's 1985 GT-1 Championship Car/Trailer.

Color, 83 min.

Price: $19.95

Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans (documentary)

By 1970, Steve McQueen ruled Hollywood. He was the King of Cool and the world’s most notorious ladies’ man. Hot off the back of classics like “The Thomas Crown Affair” and “Bullitt,” the racing fanatic began production of his passion project, “Le Mans,” centered on the 24-hour car race in France.

But the infamously troubled production was plagued with financial troubles, on-set rivalries and the star’s own personal issues. This documentary film interweaves stunning, newly discovered footage and McQueen’s private recordings with original interviews to reveal the true story of how this cinema legend would risk everything in pursuit of his dream.

Official Selection of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.

This DVD edition includes additional interviews with Steve McQueen's friends, family and colleagues and an exclusive interview with three-time Le Mans Winner, Allan McNish.

Color, 112 min.

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Classic Open Wheel Racing VIdeos

Ttles include:

United States Auto Club: Fifty Years of Speed and Glory

When Midgets Were Mighty


Thunder from the Fifties

Sprint Car Classics, Vol. 1

Sprint Car Thrills, Vol. 1

Midget Auto Classics

Roar from the Sixties Vol. 1

Roar from the Sixties Vol. 2

Roar from the Sixties Vol. 3

Price: $24.95

1965-1967 USAC Indy Car Highlights

The rear engine revolution is here. See the conclusion of the rear-engine insurrection with an array of Lotuses, Hawks and Eagles.

See drivers like Mario Andretti, Dan Gurney, A. J. Foyt, Bobby and Al Unser.

Roadster advocates don't fret, yes, we have nice shots of Jim Hurtubise in the Tombstone Life/Gordon Van Liew roadster as well as Herb Porter's turbocharged Watson with Bobby Grim driving.

Other nice roadster and dirt-car footage included.

Price: $24.95

1968 Rex Mays 150 Indy Car Race

See the STP turbines up close along with the prominent Indy Cars drivers of late 1960s: Foyt, the Unsers, Andretti, and Lloyd Ruby.

Wild racing action, including the Ronnie Duman accident.

Price: $24.95

1970-1976 USAC Indy Car Highlights

Great action includes A. J. Foyt, Al & Bobby Unser, Johnny Rutherford and more!

See memorable cars like the Johnny Lightning Special and the Indy 500 winning McLarens of Mark Donohue and Johnny Rutherford.

Other surprises included.

Price: $24.95

Stock Car Racing USA

See the NASCAR stars take on the USAC boys on the Road Course at IRP. It's the 1964 & 1966 Yankee 300.

Fred Lorenzen, Curtis Turner and Fireball Roberts battle A.J. Foyt, Parnelli Jones, Norm Nelson and Don White. Classic Stock Car action.

Also included on this tape is 1951 AAA Stock Car footage at the dirt at Milwaukee.

Price: $14.95

Great Moments from the INDY 500
Audio CD

Hear the excitement, the drama, the interviews from racing's greatest event, from 1911 to 1974.

A fascinating collection of rare "500" history from 1911-1974. The late Sid Collins, former Voice of the 500, narrates a historical look at the races from 1911-1941, and a more detailed revisiting of the races from 1946-1974. Each of the post WWII races feature a few, if not several minutes of actual audio from the Mutual Radio Network or the I.M.S. Radio Network.

There are also broadcast excerpts and interviews with famed drivers such as Bill Vukovich, Jimmy Clark, and A.J. Foyt, as they actually took place on the track.

Running approximately 1 hour & 20 minutes, this recording was originally released on record, 8-Track, and cassette. It has been digitally remastered and restored and released on compact disc.

Price: $24.95

The Winning Combination - Indy 1966

Each May, the gates to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are opened and from the first day of practice, the search for the winning combination begins. Crews spend hours tweaking their cars to get the speed their driver will need to qualify for the 500.
For some teams, just qualifying for the race is their winning combination but for others, only the pole position will do.

The ultimate winning combination in 1965 went to the Lotus team of Colin Chapman and their driver, two-time Formula One Champion, Jim Clark. Clark’s winning combination was a rear-engine Lotus 38 powered by a Ford. This was the first rear-engine car to win the 500. His record average speed of 150.686 MPH would have sat on the pole just two years prior.

What would the winning combination of driver and machine be to win it all in 1966? Find out in "The Winning Combination -1966."

One hour, 26 min. of practice, qualifying, and race action plus bonus footage of the cars that missed the race.

Price: $19.95

Carroll Shelby: The Man and His Car

This film delivers the remarkable and engaging profile of the 1959 Le Mans winner who became famous for the AC Cobra and his involvement with the Ford GT40 development program. It traces Carroll Shelby's career from driver to creator, featuring views from the influential men that worked and raced alongside him.

The story is relayed by Shelby himself along with Phil Hill, Roy Salvadori, Dan Gurney, Bob Bondurant and others, while excellent archive footage, ranging from Nassau 1955 to Le Mans 1969, brings to life a fascinating chapter in motor racing history.

Color, 58 min.

Price: $24.95

Formula One 1976: Hunt for the Title

A review of the 1976 Formula 1 season, the year when Britain's James Hunt, in the McLaren, amazingly clinched the Formula One Drivers Championship during the final Grand Prix of the season in Japan.

The reigning Champion, Niki Lauda in the Ferrari, started the 1976 season as the favorite for the Championship. His nearest rival, Emerson Fittipaldi, made the patriotic switch from McLaren to the Brazilian-funded Copersucar team. This left a hole at McLaren. It was filled by the ambitious British hopeful with the playboy image, James Hunt, to set the scene for a dramatic season of racing.

Tyrrell stole the limelight early on in the season, not for their results, but through the unveiling of their revolutionary six-wheeled P34 - it certainly was a unique sight to F1 fans. Hunt quickly adapted to life at McLaren and, unfazed by Lauda's early dominance, continued to pick up valuable points and podium finishes.

The 1976 season however will probably be best remembered for Niki Lauda's horrific accident at the Nurburgring that nearly ended his life and saw him rushed to hospital with major burns. His resilience and dedication to racing saw him make a remarkable recovery, returning six weeks later to ensure a thrilling climax to a season that ended with only one point separating 1st and 2nd place in the championship. Again it was the last eventful race in the rain in Japan that decided the title.

Brunswick Films were pioneers in the embryonic days of Formula One production, when sponsors controlled the demand for footage, and before the era of global TV coverage began. They have skillfully combined film from their famous archive – including some previously unseen material – to create a review that captures the essence of a very special era in Grand Prix racing.

Color, 52 min.

Price: $24.95

Can Am Thunder:
the Mighty Machines of the Series

The mighty machines of the Can-Am Championship must surely be leading candidates for the title of 'most awesome racing cars ever built'...
Some forty years ago they put out over 1000 horsepower in their most-developed form and hit speeds of up to 220 mph despite aerodynamics that were experimental at best and highly dangerous at worst! They made the Grand Prix F1 cars of the day look tame by comparison.

And even today, the 'Can-Am thunder' still rumbles as huge crowds flock to historic race meetings wherever these incredible cars appear.

Porsche, McLaren, Lola and Shadow were the Championship-winning cars, with Chaparral, Bryant Ti22, March, BRM and Ferrari as the challengers. This DVD focuses in depth upon all of these as they rumble and roar around tracks like Laguna Seca with its legendary downhill 'corkscrew' turn. We even recall the days of the 'Interserie' – Europe's Can-Am equivalent – by filming at the Nurburgring round of the current Orwell Supersports Cup series for historic Can-Am cars.

In making this up-close examination of the mighty machines of the Can-Am, the filmmakers use a great combination of modern action footage, rare archival film and almost 100 superb pictures from the best photographers of the day. Included are reminiscences from the three Can-Am champions still with us – John Surtees, George Follmer and Jackie Oliver – as well as from Jim Hall, the designer of the incredible Chaparral 'fan car,' and its driver, Vic Elford.

Hurley Haywood tells us what it was like to wrestle with the mighty turbocharged Porsche 917/10 in the heat of Can-Am competition. He is one of the world's best-ever sports car drivers with three wins in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, five in the Daytona 24 Hours and two in the Sebring 12 Hours to his credit. Peter Bryant, creator of the successful Bryant Ti22 and Shadow Mk2 cars, recalls what it was like trying to design a 220 mph racer without the aid of computers or wind tunnels.

All of this is woven into reminiscences by the world's acknowledged 'number one' Can-Am guru. Author and photographer, Pete Lyons recalls the stories that led to his best-selling books on the series and delves into his photo archives to take us back to the Can-Am era. In this he is joined by another award-winning author and photographer focusing on those awesome days, Dave Friedman.

This is the definitive documentary on the cars of the Can-Am has never been made. This is it!

 Color, 148 min.

Price: $24.95

History of Motor Racing 1960s:
A Very British Era

The years 1960-69 are remembered as a time of great significance and excitement.

Now you can enjoy the extraordinary highs and lows of this ‘very British era’ as motoring historian Neville Hay recalls, with superb archive action footage and interviews, the many memorable races and characters of a momentous period in Grand Prix history.

Features Brabham, Clark, Surtees, Hill, Stewart and Hulme and racing machinery from Lotus, BRM and Ferrari.

 Color, 128 min.

Price: $24.95

History of Motor Racing 1950s:
A Golden Decade

The 1950s was a magnificent era in which motor racing truly “came of age.” It was during this golden decade that some of the world’s most influential manufacturers and drivers made their mark, leaving us with an extensive archive of dazzling technical innovation and exciting characters.

Packed with momentous events in racing history, including the debut of Jackie Stewart, the end of the 1.5 liter era and the tragic loss of the unforgettable Clark, this DVD allows you to experience the memorable races and meet the real characters of the sport. Join motoring historian Neville Hay as he recalls the major stepping stones of this memorable period with a wealth of facts, anecdotes, interviews and glorious racing footage.

Featuring: Ascari; Fangio; Moss; Hawthorn; Collins; Musso with Ferrari; Mercedes; Lancia; and Maserati. Legends and household names include: Jack Brabham; Jim Clark; Graham Hill; John Surtees; Phil Hill; Richie Ginther; and Dan Gurney. This is a must for all motorsports enthusiasts and vintage racing fans.

Color, 132 min.

Price: $19.95

Open-Wheel Mayhem on Dirt!, Volume 2

On the heels of their first, very popular, crash DVD “Open-Wheel Mayhem,” High Vista Video has accumulated even more carnage from around the country to produce Volume 2.

Nearly 2 more hours of high-flying and ground-pounding Sprint Car and Midget flips are included on this disc. You won’t find any easy roll-overs here, only jaw-dropping flips that make you say “Wow!”

Each of these drivers walked away from the crashes and returned to race again.

Winged and Non-winged Sprints, Midgets and a few full-bodied cars are showcased.


Price: $20.00

Open Wheel Legends:
A Conversation with Mario Andretti,
Dan Gurney & Parnelli Jones

This is a very special DVD, hard to find and worth the price. Produced by Indianapolis Motor Speedway, it’s one and a half hours of open-wheel guru Robin Miller talking informally and amusingly with three legendary drivers about their careers, triumphs and missteps.

On the DVD liner, Miller says: “If you were lucky enough, like me, to grow up in the ‘60s, then you got to see Dan Gurney, Parnelli Jones and Mario Andretti at speed and at the pinnacle of their unparalleled careers. Along with A.J. Foyt, they are the Mount Rushmore of American motorsports, and their accomplishments will never be duplicated.…They thrived and survived in racing’s deadliest era and became household names that people still say with awe.”

1 hour 30 min.


Price: $24.95

The Roadster’s Last Triumph
– Indianapolis 1964

In 1961, Australian Grand Prix driver Sir Jack Brabham brought a light-weight rear engine F1 Cooper-Climax car to the Speedway. Although down on horsepower compared to the Offy- powered roadsters, Brabham used the superior corner handling of the Cooper to finish a respectable 9th place in the 500 and in the process, usher in the modern rear-engine era.
With the door open, several teams developed rear-engine cars, with the most notable being the Colin Chapman-designed Ford-powered Lotus 29s of 1963 driven by Dan Gurney and Jim Clark.

Clark would qualify 5th and in the race he moved up in the field to become the first rear-engine car to lead the 500, and even though he would finish 2nd to Parnelli Jones, the rear-engine car could no longer be ignored. The rear-engine car has returned with a vengeance in 1964 and the question had to be: Had the roadster gone the way of the dinosaur, or would this be its last triumph?

Color, approx. 60 min. plus cars that missed the race; 8 min. of B&W Bonus footage.

Price: $24.95

500 Italian Style – Indianapolis 1969

When 1969 arrived, Mario Andretti had already established himself as a driver to beat. However, bad luck followed him at the Speedway year after year. He was always among the fastest drivers during practice and qualified on the pole twice, but on race day, mechanical failures would put him out early.

Andy Granatelli also did not fair well at the Speedway, despite earlier success with Jim Rathmann and Freddie Agabashian. Always on the cutting edge of technology, he revived the Novi in the early 1960s and developed the turbine-powered cars that ran in 1967 and 1968. While leading in 1967, bad luck struck when his turbine-powered car driven by 1963 winner Parnelli Jones broke down with just three laps to the checkered flag. Andy teamed up with famed Lotus designer Colin Chapman for 1968 and the result was the wedge shaped Lotus 56 that incorporated Andy's turbine. Three turbines made the race, with Joe Leonard grabbing the pole with a record speed of 171.559. Again, Andy was denied victory when Leonard's car flamed out with nine laps to go while leading.

In 1969, the Italians hoped to cancel out each other’s bad luck by teaming up for the 500 mile race. Mario was turning in the fastest speeds of the month in the new Lotus 64 when disaster struck. A rear wheel hub broke while Mario was on a practice run sending the car in to the wall. Mario escaped with minor burns, but the car was destroyed, as were the hopes of a pole position. With only two days before qualifying, the team scrambled and got the back-up Brawner-Hawk III ready for qualifying. Mario got the old car in the middle of the front row between A.J. Foyt on the pole and Bobby Unser on the outside. Despite the good qualifying effort, many had doubts as to the car’s reliability and its chances of winning the race. Though there were strong challenges from Foyt and Lloyd Ruby, Mario and Andy were not to be denied as they went on to win the 1969 500. Mario even received a kiss from Andy in victory lane, truly making the 1969 win 500 "Italian Style".

Color, Run time: 64 min., Bonus 6 min. of cars that missed the race.

Price: $24.95

Midget, Sprint & Champ Dirt Highlights, Vol. 1

"Midget, Sprint & Champ Dirt Highlights" spans the 1920s to the late 1970s and includes footage from tracks all across the US: The Indiana State Fairgrounds (Hoosier 100), DuQuoin, Springfield, 16th St. Speedway, Ascot, Terre Haute, Indianapolis Raceway Park (IRP), New Bremen, Winchester, Salem, Jungle Park, Langhorne, Eldora and many more!

B&W and Color, Approx. 1hour and 45 minutes.

Price: $24.95

Midget, Sprint & Champ Dirt Highlights, Vol. 2

"Midget, Sprint & Champ Dirt Highlights Vol. 2" spans the 1930s to the late 1970s from tracks that include Williams Grove, Hershey, Atlanta (Lakewood), Terre Haute, Indianapolis Raceway Park, Langhorne, DuQuoin, Winchester, Dayton, Cleveland, New Bremen, Syracuse and many more.

B&W and Color, Approx. 1hour and 45 minutes.

Price: $24.95

Challenge of the New Breed -
Indianapolis - 1963

Competition between the new rear-engine cars designed by Colin Chapman and driven for the Lotus team by Jim Clark and Dan Gurney, and the traditional roadsters.

Parnelli Jones stole the show in his Ol’ Calhoun roadster, chased by Clark, A.J. Foyt, Rodger Ward and other legends.

80 min plus 19 min bonus footage.

Price: $39.95

The Golden Era to War: Indianapolis 1925-1941

Two hours of B&W and color footage with music and narration, plus 40 minutes of never-before- seen bonus footage! Two-disc DVD. Disc One is approximately 121 minutes in length and features home movies shot of the Indianapolis 500 from 1925-1941. It includes footage of every year in this time span, along with a few still photos. Disc Two bonus material, all filmed at the Speedway except the Harry Miller shop and building of the Sampson Special, includes:

- 1926 (?) air race: 3 minutes and 35 seconds, B/W

- Harry Miller workshop: 1 minute and 20 seconds, B/W

- 1928 Hispano-Suiza Stutz race: 5 minutes and 10 seconds, B/W

- 1929 Louis Meyer test: 54 seconds, B/W

- 1935 Waukesha Hemphill Schools Comet: 2 minutes and 16 seconds, B/W

- 1935 color footage: 1 minute and 58 seconds - Color (this footage was converted to B/W in the feature). Only reds show with hints of blue and green.

- 1939 Building of the Sampson 16 Special: 26 minutes and 21 seconds, Color

Price: $24.95

Indianapolis Highlights 1925-1980

B&W and color film from 1925 to 1980, 90 minutes with period music and narration. Includes:

- 1925 through 1930; 1932 through 1934; ’37 & ’41, all B&W

- 1936, ’38, ’39 and ’40 in B&W and color, and 1946 through 1980 ALL in color! (portions of 1947, ’48 and ’53 are in B&W).

Price: $24.95

Dawn of the Rear Engine Era:
(Indianapolis) 1965

Jim Clark came to the Speedway in 1963 with Colin Chapman and the Lotus, looking to end the front-engine era of Indianapolis winners. He came close, finishing second to Parnelli Jones, who was driving a conventional front-engine roadster.

Clark returned in 1964 with Chapman and the Lotus to qualify on the pole. However, his suspension collapsed while leading the race, and A.J. Foyt went on to win in his roadster.

In 1965, Clark and Chapman came back with the brand new Lotus 38. This time, Clark hoped to drive the final nail in the front-engine coffin, ending its winning reign at Indianapolis. Clark qualified in the middle of the front row and dominated the race, becoming the first driver to win in a rear-engine Indy Car. No front-engine car has won the Indy 500 since. Clark’s win was definitely the dawn of an era.

Run time: 72 min. with 9 min. bonus time.

Price: $24.95

Golden Victory: (Indianapolis) 1961

After an exciting 500-mile race in 1960 that saw a great battle between Rodger Ward and eventual winner Jim Rathmann, racing fans were hoping for a repeat performance in 1961. They were not disappointed.

“Golden Victory” takes you back to the month of May 1961 when Rodger Ward, Jim Rathmann, Troy Ruttman, Eddie Sachs, A.J. Foyt, Parnelli Jones, Len Sutton, Johnny Boyd and others competed for the greatest prize in motor racing, the Indianapolis 500.

You will see practice and qualifying with the fan favorite NOVI, brought back to the speedway by Andy Granatelli; Eddie Sachs capturing the pole at over 147 MPH; and the heartbreak of Chuck Arnold and Don Freeland who had the speed to make the field of 33, only to suffer mechanical problems during their qualifying runs. With the elite field of 33 decided, all that was left to do was to run the race itself.

Several drivers would lead throughout the race, but it was A.J. Foyt and Eddie Sachs who would put on a fantastic dual that could only end in “Golden Victory” for one of them on this, the 50th anniversary of the Indy 500.

Runtime: 90 min. with 7 min. bonus time,

Price: $24.95


Eastern Speedway Classics

Rare vintage black & white and color footage plus historic photos highlight this collector's video. Racing action dating from the 30s to the 80s - Sprint Cars, Midgets, Champ Cars, Hudsons, & Late Models. The speedways included are: Trenton, Lancaster, Freeport, Dover, Union, New Market, Nutley Velodrome, NY Coliseum, Wilmington, Pitman, Commack, Island Garden, Teaneck, Kingsbridge Armory, Atlantic City Conv. Hall, Nassau Coliseum, Ruppert Stadium, Polo Grounds, Bayonne Stadium, Old Bridge, Lehighton, Goshen, Hughsville, Nazareth National, Langhorne, Richie, Gratz, Cortland, York Fairground, Stroudsburg, Sidney, Cross Bay, Roosevelt, Coney Island Bowl, Sanatoga, Yellow Jacket, Dorney Park, Allentown, Agricultural Hall, Harmony, Hinchliffe, Springfield, Plainville, Danbury, Carlisle, Lebanon, Nazareth, Reading, Bird In Hand, Hilltop, Altoona, Laurel, Atlantic City, Sheepshead Bay, Woodbridge, Hohokus, Mineola, Morristown, Jersey City, Lodi, Municipal Stadium, Bone Stadium, Islip, Cedarhurst, Olympic Park, Hatfield Rockingham, NH, Brockton, Vista, Castle Hill, Pine Brook.

105 minutes, color and black & white

Price: $24.95


URC–The First 50 Years

URC–the First 50 Years illustrates the evolution of the United Racing Club, the oldest active Sprint Car club in the nation. Great film footage & rare photos highlight the growth of this unique club. Tracks featured include Stroudsburg, Hatfield, Nazareth, Williams Grove, Harrington, Richmond, Trenton, Bedford, Bloomsburg, Owego, York, Big Diamond, Selinsgrove, Bridgeport, Penn National, Delaware International, Potomac, & Rolling Wheels. There are also many stops at the popular Flemington & Grandview Speedways, and finally a visit to Knoxville Raceway for the URC-ESS invitational race. Bert Brooks, Earl Halaquist, Dave Kelly, Glenn Fitzcharles, Kramer Williamson, and many more URC greats are on this historic replay. Exciting Sprint Car racing plus many wild flips will make you want this classic video for your collection!

65 minutes, color and black & white

Price: $24.95

Sprint & Champ Car Classics

Experience one of the most popular eras in the history of open cockpit racing - the 1950's and early 1960's. The spotlight is on AAA and USAC action at Allentown, Trenton, Langhorne, Reading, Williams Grove, Bedford, Harrington, and Flemington. Vintage photos highlight original film footage of legendary drivers such as Tony Bettenhausen, Jud Larson, Tommy Hinnershitz, Johnny Thomson, Dale Van Johnson, Jimmy Bryan, Don Carr, George Amick, and more. Includes profiles on drivers Joe Barzda, Jiggs Peters, Eddie Sachs, and Elmer George. A special Midwest segment features the always hot competition at Winchester, Fort Wayne, and Indianapolis Raceway Park. There is also a brief look at the URC and NARA Clubs at Lincoln, Selinsgrove, Bloomsburg, Gratz, and Owego Speedways.

60 minutes, color, professionally narrated

Price: $24.95

Eastern Midget Classics

This video looks at four of the greatest midget speedways in the East - Yellow Jacket Speedway, Danbury Fairground, Hinchliffe Stadium, & Springfield, Massachusetts. Rare black & white footage and photos cover the 1940-1947 "Golden Era." Features one-legged driver Bill Schindler, legendary Dutch Schaefer, all-time champ Len Duncan and more. Includes comments from race promoter Ed Otto and mechanic Jimmy Shaw. Old-time heroes Pappy Hough, Nick Fonoro, Lou Volk, Len Duncan, and Jiggs Peters share their memories, plus a look at some restored antique race cars.

65 minutes, black & white

Price: $24.95

Open Cockpit Classics

This video highlights sprint & champ car racing during the 50s and 60s at 3 of the most famous Eastern speedways, Langhorne, Reading, & Williams Grove. Vintage footage captures such stars as A.J. Foyt, Parnelli Jones, and Jim Hurtubise in their early years of racing. Witness Tommy Hinnershitz's rule at Reading, plus the legends of Langhorne - Jimmy Bryan and Mike Nazaruk.

60 minutes, color

Price: $24.95

The Flying Dutchman

Covers the racing career of a true legend, Tommy Hinnershitz. Over a span of four decades Tommy captured 100 victories and 7 Eastern Sprint Car Championships - all without the protection of a roll cage.

Filmed in 3 separate interviews over the past 15 years, highlighted with historic photos & film footage.

60 minutes, color and black & white

Price: $29.95

The History of Williams Grove Speedway

This is the unforgettable story of the Pennsylvania dirt track known as the "Ascot of the East." The excitement of the early years unfolds through rare film footage, unique photos, & current interviews with racing pioneers such as Tommy Hinnershitz, Ernie McCoy & car owner Sam Traylor. Legendary drivers Joie Chitwood, Ted Horn, Troy Ruttman, & Johnny Thomson are shown challenging the historic 1/2 mile. Racing heroes Johnny Rutherford, Bobby Abel, Jimmy Mcguire, Ray Tilley, & John Mackinson share their stories about this remarkable track. From sprints and championship cars to midgets, stocks & bugs, "The Grove" offered the greatest variety and most excitement in Northeastern US. This 2 hour video captures the colorful history which is the foundation for today's racing at Williams Grove Speedway!

120 minutes, color and black & white