Stock car race at Daytona Beach Road Course in Daytona Beach,Florida. A large crowd of spectators gathered at the Daytona Beach Road Course. The 100 mile stock car race begins. Ray Hall of Atlanta wins the race.
English motorist Malcolm Campbell sets a new world speed mark at Daytona Beach, Florida. Malcolm Campbell, a racing motorist drives his Blue Bird car over the course and sets a new record. People at beach. Campbell get off from his car. Men assist him in getting off the car. People standing around Campbell.
A speed car arrives to try for a new world record in Daytona Beach, Florida. The Bluebird , the fastest motor car, is unloaded after a long trip from England. Natives view the queer stream lined vehicle (speed car). The speed car is towed on a road. His chief aide guides the machine through the streets from a rail road station to a service station. Mechanics under Leo Villa check the automobile.
A car race on the Daytona Beach Road Course in Daytona Beach, Florida. Cars parked at the beach. Spectators gathered to watch the race. The racing cars driven on the racing track. Water splashes as the cars are driven through water. A flag bearer declares the finishing of the race. Milt Marion is declared as the winner. Milt Marion in the racing car.
Stock car race in Daytona Beach, Florida. A large crowd of spectators gathered at the Daytona Beach Road Course. The stock car race begins. Some cars meet with accidents and crash and roll during the race.
New world speed records being set in the United States in 1933. People push race car on Daytona Beach. Sir Malcolm Campbell, a racing motorist drives his "Blue Bird" race car at Daytona Beach, Florida, setting a new speed record. Spectators stand at beach as they watch him. Campbell seated in his racing car as he smokes after the run. People stand around him. Garfield 'Gar' Arthur Wood, a racer using a racing boat named "Miss America X" sets a new world record to win Harmsworth Trophy for his speed run on the St Clair River near Detroit Michigan. View of Gar Wood smiling. From a November 10, 1958 newsreel recounting events 25 years prior.