The annual Castrol party and film premiere was held later this winter than is usual, in order to incorporate their film-unit’s latest effort, and the result was more than worth waiting for. “Inca Road” depicts the remarkable road race held in Peru last August. The rate is Los Caminos del Inca and it features rally cars in a free-for-all day dice round the Peruvian mountains, and must rank as an epic in motoring films, and runs for 34 1/2 minutes. Other excellent 1971 Castrol films are the 1970 Italian 250-cc. Moto-cross Grand Prix, which shows motorcycle scrambling very effectively, and a technical film about why GTX oil contains the ingredients it does. Clubs should apply to the Castrol Film Library at Castrol House, Marylebone Road, London, NW1, but you will have to wait for “Inca Road”.