• Short Summary

    The first leg of this year's East African Safari Motor Rally ended in Kampala, close to Lake Victoria, yesterday (Friday).

  • Description

    1.
    SV Pan Spectators
    0.05

    2.
    SV Car No. 4 (Ford Cortina) arrives
    0.09

    3.
    CU Sign "Control Point"
    0.11

    4.
    SCU Driver
    0.15

    5.
    SV Car No. 7 (Ford Cortina) arrives
    0.21

    6.
    CU Officials (2 shots)
    0.26

    7.
    LV Camera
    0.29

    8.
    SV Saab car arrives
    0.41

    9.
    SCU Pan Int. Pat Moss - Carlsson & husband
    0.49

    10.
    CU Pan. Pat Moss-Carlsson car leaves (4 shots)
    0.58

    11.
    CU Pan. Nowicki arrives (2 shots)
    1.05

    12.
    TGV Pan. Cars
    1.10

    13.
    CU Pan. Peugeot car
    1.15

    14.
    SV Pan. Japanese car arrives (4 shots)
    1.26

    15.
    CU Pan. Japanese car
    1.28

    16.
    SV Japanese car arrives (2 shots)
    1.34

    17.
    SV Pan. American Comet car arrives
    1.40

    18.
    CU Pan. Driver & damaged car
    1.44

    19.
    CU Pan. Int. U.S. team
    1.48

    20.
    SLV Cars
    1.51

    21.
    CU Spectators
    1.53

    22.
    SV Pan. Japanese car
    1.57

    23.
    SV Peugeot car leaves
    2.05



    Initials DE/S/BHH/SGM


    SPORT: CAR RACING

    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: The first leg of this year's East African Safari Motor Rally ended in Kampala, close to Lake Victoria, yesterday (Friday). The rally set off from the Kenya capital, Nairobi on Thursday.

    The first car into Kampala was a British Ford Cortina, driven by the Kenya team of M.P. Armstrong and E.C. Bates. They had lost only three minutes in twelve hours driving over very rough roads - which included a mountainous stretch between Naivasha and Molo.

    With four minutes lost another Ford Cortina - this one driven by Peter Hughes and Bill Young, also a Kenya pair, was second to emerge out of the torrential rainstorm into Kampala.

    A Cortina too fills third place - and sharing it, with six minutes lost - was a Saab driven by the Swedish team of Erik Carlsson and Gunnar Palm.

    Cortinas lead in the overall team placing, with Saabs lying second.

    A total of ninety-four cars and one hundred and eighty eight competitors are taking part in the rally, which ill take the cars over some of the worst roads in the world before they return to Nairobi on Monday. By the time Kampala was reached the roads had already taken their toll - ten cars had been forced to retire...

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA8S283NSPGZ48L1ERNRL428Z2W
    Media URN:
    VLVA8S283NSPGZ48L1ERNRL428Z2W
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    28/03/1964
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:02:05:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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