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Chevron Guide : 2008 Product Guide
MOTOR RACING • CLASSIC BATHURST CRASHES Price: A$35 DVD Rating: G Duration: 60 mins Some were little more than taps, others little more than scrapes – then there were the big, bad, ugly, noisy sons of mothers that caused mayhem, tears, dollars and dreams to go right down the gurgler. Enjoy. • CLASSIC AUSTRALIAN TOURING CAR CRASHES Volume 1 (1993 – 1996) Price: A$35 DVD Rating: G Duration: 60mins There have been some memorable racing moments in the rich history of the Australian Touring Car Championship. And also lots and lots of crashes … There were plenty of crashes when they introduced V8 Super- cars in 1993, but the fans were the winners as they got to see some very hard racing, the panel beaters were a close second judging by the wrecked cars that were typically strewn around the circuit at the end of the races. • CLASSIC AUSTRALIAN TOURING CAR CRASHES Volume 2 (1985 – 1992) Price: A$35 DVD Rating: G Duration: 60 mins Remember the 80’s? In motorsport it was the decade of the turbo, and the new technology drove horsepower fi gures through the roof. Drivers often had more grunt under their right feet than they or their cars could cope with – and often they didn’t cope, ending up out of control and in the concrete wall. Relive the crash-and-bash action of the Group A years, from the demolition derby-style ’85 championship right up until the ’92 series. ??NEW RELEASE • ROB ROY HILL CLIMB Price: A$35 DVD Rating: E Duration: approx. 120 mins In 1935 Rob Roy Hill climb became the fi rst dedicated Hill climb in Australia and was the very grass roots of motor sport in this country. During the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s it was not only a signifi cant part of motor racing but also a great social occasion. Each phase of this unique story, told through rare fi lm footage and photographs, is enriched by commentary from six times Australian hill climb champion Bruce Walton, as well as other motoring greats, including Tony Gaze, Reg Hunt, Bob Jane, Earl DaveyMilne, Diana Davison Gaze and motorcycle demon, Max ‘The Atom’Rathbone. 08