Grand Prix Exhibition

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39th Academy Awards - Winners and Nominees
... – Al Ham Best Sound Editing Best Sound Mixing Grand Prix – Gordon Daniel Fantastic Voyage – Walter Rossi Grand Prix - Franklin Milton, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio Gambit - Waldon O ... Gherardi The Oscar – Edith Head Best Film Editing Best Visual Effects Grand Prix – Fredric Steinkamp, Henry Berman, Stewart Linder, Frank Santillo Fantastic Voyage – William B ...
Birmingham Small Arms Company - History of The BSA Industrial Group - Post-war
... and Team Prize, 21 September Weston-Super-Mare Grand Prix, Team Prize, 28 September Staffordshire Grand Prix, 1st Bob Maitland and Team Prize, 5 October Tour Revenge Race ... Team Prize, “King of the Mountains” Arthur Ilsley, 30 August Weston-Super-Mare 100 Miles Grand Prix, 1st Bob Maitland, Team Prize ...
Donington Grand Prix Exhibition - Overview
... With five halls and over 130 exhibits, the Donington Grand Prix Exhibition comprises the largest exhibition of Grand Prix cars in the world ... single-seater racing, but is primarily focussed on Grand Prix and Formula One machinery ... star exhibit is the Lotus 18 with which Stirling Moss won the 1961 Monaco Grand Prix, along with Jim Clark's World Championship-winning Lotus 25 ...
Donington Park - Other Events - Donington Grand Prix Exhibition
... The Donington Grand Prix Exhibition first opened to the public in March 1973 ... The Donington Grand Prix Exhibition houses a collection of McLaren and Vanwalls racing cars ... defeated the Ferrari works team in the 1961 Monaco Grand Prix ...
Other Events - Donington Grand Prix Exhibition
... The Donington Grand Prix Exhibition first opened to the public in March 1973 ... The Donington Grand Prix Exhibition houses a collection of McLaren and Vanwalls racing cars ... Moss's Lotus, in which he defeated the Ferrari works team in the 1961 Monaco Grand Prix ...

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