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    One thousand kilometres race at Nurburgring, Germany.

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    Nurburgring, Federal Republic of Germany (Western Germany).

    CU. The French racing driver Jean-Claude Killy, before the 1000 km race in Nurburgring, Germany. Good length shot of the "Le Mans" type start of the race - drivers run to their cars from the other side of track, get in and start moving. Pan with leaders as they get away. Various shots of the race in progress. No incidents other than Killy coming into pit with a broken steering wheel spoke. He re-enters the race. CU. Vic Elford of Great Britain and Swiss racing driver Jo Siffert being shouldered by team after winning the race in a Porsche.


    Date found in the old record - 27/05/1968.

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    Film ID:
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    Unissued unused
    British Pathé
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    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:46:51:00 / 01:48:15:00
    UN 4357 D

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  1. Unknown user says

    The race took place on 19 May 1968.

    Car 22 seen in the foreground at 00:10 is the Porsche 910 of Gerhard Koch and Rudi Lins.

    Behind it is car 66, the Ford GT40 of Brian Redman and David Hobbs.

    At 00:40, car 82 is the Porsche 906 of Pauli Toivonen and Antti Aarnio-Wihuri.

    At 00:44, car 56 is the Daren Mk I of John Green and Peter Gaydon.

    At 00:48, car 112 is the Porsche 911T of Jean-Claude Killy and Jean Guichet.

    At 01:03 car 6 is the Alfa Romeo T33/2 of Mario Casoni.

    At 01:06 car 2 is the winning Porsche 908 of Jo Siffert and Vic Elford.

    At 01:11 car 7 is the Ford F3L of Frank Gardner and Richard Attwood.

    At 01:15, car 19 is the Alfa Romeo T33/2 of Teddy Pilette and Rob Slotemaker.

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