Exactly the sort of archive gem that Duke is so good at unearthing” Autosport
A documentary on endurance sports car racing, featuring a World Championship event at Mosport – Canada’s premier circuit. Distinguished British racer Brian Redman narrates and participates! Many racing experts have written that it’s the best documentary ever on the subject.
The film features thrilling sequences seldom attempted before, filmed from inside Redman’s car as it battles for the lead, passing and being re-passed during the Mosport 6 hours 1981. Also featuring the 1983 Labatt GT at Mosport, a round of the IMSA Camel GT and Endurance Championship. The annual race attracted entries from Hurley Hayward and Al Holbert, with victory finally going to Bob Tullius and Bill Adam driving the spectacularly exciting Group 44 Jaguar XJR-5 prototype.
“This is exactly the sort of archive gem that Duke is so good at unearthing, remastering and sharing with us. Focusing on the 1981 Mosport 6-hour world sportscar round, the 80-minute film is narrated by Brian Redman, often from inside the car. You get IMSA series footage from the Canadian venue, too” Autosport