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    Motor car racing at Brooklands race track, Weybridge, Surrey.

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    Brooklands, Weybridge, Surrey.

    Full titles read: "THE SCHNEIDER TROPHY OF THE RACE TRACK ! - 28 cars - from "Baby Austins" to mighty Bentleys - provide orgy of speed in 500 mile run all out."

    L/S's of cars lining up on the grid one car is pushed backwards to the start line with smoke and steam billowing from it's bonnet. L/S of the motor cars moving away form the starting grid to signal the start of the race. L/S of large motor car passing smaller cars on oval circuit. Various shots of the race in progress. L/S of the winner passing an official waving the chequered flag. M/S of the winner Mr Jack Barclay standing next to his car.

    Intertitle reads: "Mr Jack Barclay... in a Bentley..... won at average speed of 107.31 mph."

    Good M/S of Barclay sitting in car with his arm around another driver. Large crowds of people can be seen in the background.

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    Pathe newsreels
    British Pathé
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    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:13:31:00 / 01:15:04:00
    G 1651

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  1. Unknown user says

    The BRDC 500-Mile Race at Brooklands (Outer Circuit) on 12th October 1929.

    The winners, sitting on the 4½-litre Bentley, are Frank Clement (left) and Jack Barclay (right).

    Frank Clement worked as an engineer for Bentley. Jack Barclay established a Bentley dealership in 1927 which still exists today.

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