Don’t miss this remarkable home movie from 1956 Nassau Race in the Bahamas. The quality is quite good, but no sound; make race car noises while you watch. There are shots unloading the cars from the transport, driving though town to get to the track, and a lot of close-ups of drivers, cars, and pit action. There are a lot of Corvette shots, including the SR-2. At about 8:30 Duntov, Mitchell (in his white coveralls), and Harley Earl make an appearance. Mitchell can even be seen helping during a pit stop (who’s going to tell him he can’t?). The refueling procedure is a bit scary with guys dumping gasoline from metal containers into an open trough. But there are no explosions, and a good time was had by all. I wonder who shot the movie? Someone associated with GM on vacation?