|Ulster Mirror. Programme 11|
A locally made fortnightly magazine programme. This episode includes a scout camp, Circuit of Ireland car trial (05:15), motorcycle grass track racing and the reconstruction of Portavogie Harbour.
|Six Nations In Motoring Derby|
Six Nations in Motoring Derby. The world's finest drivers compete in Great International Tourist Trophy Races in Ulster.
A journey around Northern Ireland - from Portrush to Belfast and Bangor, featuring Richard Hayward.
|Ulster TT race|
This film was recorded in 1936, the first time that women drivers took part in the International Tourist Trophy Motor Race. One of the cars crashed in Newtownards killing eight spectators.
|Hartle wins 500cc|
Hartle wins Ulster Grand Prix at Dundrod.
|Land of Magic, Part 1|
Film produced in the 1960s for the Northern Ireland Tourist Board.
Amateur silent footage featuring horse racing, motorbike racing (01:05), scenes in Bangor, the Giants Causeway, fishing and pony trekking.
|Between the Hedges|
A documentary on motorbike road racing.
|Extract from Strictly TT|
A sequence about the Ards International Tourist Trophy Race which ran from 1928 – 1936.
|Eddie Irvine in Japan|
This BBC sports item features Newtownards-born Formula 1 driver, Eddie Irvine, in Japan in 1999.
|RAC Ulster TT Race Programme |
Programme for the 1936 RAC Ulster TT Race. (Courtesy of PRONI)
|Super 8 Stories: Dundrod and Ulster Motorsport|
Brian Metcalf and Ernest McMillan recount the glory days of Ulster motorsport from the 1940s and 1950s with footage of bike trials and the famous Ulster Grand Prix at Dundrod featuring immortal drivers such as Stirling Moss. This clip appeared in Series 1, Programme 3 of Super 8 Stories.
|Super 8 Stories Extra Footage: 1951 Ulster Grand Prix at Dundrod|
Footage of the famous Ulster Grand Prix at Dundrod from 1951 featuring immortal drivers such as Stirling Moss. Sections of this footage were included in the Super 8 Story, 'Dundrod and Ulster Motorsport'.
|Super 8 Stories: Ulster Grand Prix Motorcycles|
Road racing is a sport which has always thrived in Northern Ireland and the Ulster Grand Prix at Dundrod has always been one of the most events in its calendar. This important amateur roadside footage shot by spectators and keen followers of the sport in the 1960s helps bring back to life the glory days of the race. Interviews with brothers David and John Elder, who watched from the hedges, and one of the top riders from the time, Tommy Robb, help to explain the passion people hold for this particular discipline of bike racing. This clip appeared in Series 3, Programme 3 of 'Super 8 Stories'.
|Super 8 Stories Extra Footage: Spectator's View of 1964 Ulster Grand Prix|
Sections of this footage were included in the Super 8 Story, 'Ulster Grand Prix'.