This three-part DVD is a veritable feast of film-making for vintage rally fans. First up is the Golden Age of Rallying, a 1976 production covering a decade of die-hard of rallying from 1958 to 1968.
It includes footage of all the well-known events, personalities and manufacturers of the era – from Sunbeam Rapiers to Austin Healeys, Minis and Escorts. The introduction and commentary is by rallying legend Steve Turner.
Reviewed next is the 1973 Scottish Rally;a sure-fire success from the start with big name drivers such as Clark, Mikkola and Cowan competing.
Nearly 2000 miles of hard driving with numerous special stages pushed the rally drivers to the edge in this short, riveting review.
Also included is highlights of the 1969 East African Safari Rally, during which the tough course claimed most cars before the finish line!
Wildlife, dust, boulders and flooding through Kenya and Uganda did not stop Robin Hillyar and Jock Aird in a Ford Taunus; They narrowly claimed victory in an entertaining race.