Nine Days In Summer
Written and Directed by Phillip Bond
A Ford Film Unit production
One of, if not the classic motorsport film - the definitive story of the development of an iconic racing car and record-breaking engine. Design guru Colin Chapman and engine Supremo Keith Duckworth came together to produce the now legendary Lotus 49, powered by the fabled Ford DFV - which would go on to become the most successful engine in Formula One history. The car went from concept to racetrack in just months and, amazingly, was victorious on four occasions during the 1967 Grand Prix season, including its debut.
A well crafted film that concentrates on the exciting 1967 debut and development of the Ford DFV engine in the back of the Team Lotus cars of Jim Clark and Graham Hill, interspersed with action from 9 GP races.
Original Film Release Date: 1967
DVD Release Date: 2007 Duke Video
DVD Runtime: 00:48:21
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Video Codec: DivX 5.0 (DX50)
Data Rate: 2362kbps
Frames per Second: 25fps
Audio Codec: mp3 Stereo 128Kbps
File Size: 802.31Mb
Upped by MaccaInOz
Made on a Mac
Encoded using Visualhub from a torrent found at
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Note: The original torrent is a folder of VIDEO_TS files 4.27GB in size which is quite large. So I have encoded that file into this .avi which is much smaller for people who have limited or slow bandwidth.
My aim is not to duplicate or rip off, I just want to make this great doco available to a greater audience.
My sincere thanks to the original uploader "Monza1967"
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