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Host a starr-studded night of bike racing movies
|Tuesday, 12 February 2013 17:52|
Following a successful event at CMC Motorcycles, Clay Cross, in August of last year, award winning motorcycle movie maker, Peter Starr, is planning another visit to the UK in late April/May, bringing his 'Night at the Movies' show to a select number of venues.
With 40 classic motorcycle movies to his credit, including the acclaimed, never on general release in the UK, 'Take It To The Limit', Peter has covered all aspects of two wheeled sport and filmed such notables as Kenny Roberts, Barry Sheene, Mike Hailwood, Wayne Rainey, Freddie Spencer, Steve Baker, Russ Collins and many more.
With an onboard film camera, a technique pioneered by him, Peter recorded Hailwood riding a Padgett Yamaha around the Isle of Man TT course in 1977, as 'Mike the Bike' decided whether to come out of retirement to race again in 1978. History proves how successful that test was.
The shows are guaranteed to stir the emotions of all race fans and will include the Hailwood clips, as well as Barry Sheene at the Race of the Year in 1976 and a host of other 'never to be forgotten' footage of bike racing's icons.
With an eight foot screen, HD projection and a high-quality sound system, it will be like watching from the trackside.
After the show, Peter will hold a Q and A session and sign copies of his superb book, 'Taking it to the Limit'. It's a show definitely not to be missed.
Venues and potential sponsorship partners are now being sought to stage a 'Night at the Movies'.
Contact Geoff Selvidge on 07817 615677 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
To see a short film about Peter and his work go to www.starrfilm.com/starr_history
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