|La Carrera Panamericana|
|Directed By||Ian McArthur|
|Produced By||Ian McArthur and Steve O'Rourke|
|Starring||David Gilmour and Nick Mason|
|Music By||Pink Floyd|
|Distributed By||Sony Music Video (SMV) Enterprises|
|Release Date||June 2, 1992|
|Running Time||65 min|
During the course of the race Gilmour crashed, and while he was unharmed, O'Rourke (his map-reader) suffered a broken leg.
The music is a combination of previously released Floyd material (re-edited into a soundtrack) and material composed for the video. The tracks composed for the video are the first studio recordings made after Richard Wright re-joined the band in 1988. The new studio recordings were produced by Gilmour. The songs "Pan Am Shuffle" and "Carrera Slow Blues" are notable as the first tracks co-written by Wright since 1975's Wish You Were Here, as well as the first co-written by Mason since 1973's The Dark Side Of The Moon.
A soundtrack album was not released, but the tracks are available on the A Tree Full of Secrets RoIO.
- "Signs of Life" (Gilmour/Ezrin)
- "Yet Another Movie" (Gilmour/Leonard)
- "Sorrow" (Gilmour)
- "One Slip" (Gilmour/Manzanera)
- "Run Like Hell" (Gilmour/Waters)
- "Country Theme" (Gilmour)
- "Small Theme" (Gilmour)
- "Big Theme" (Gilmour)
- "Carrera Slow Blues" (Gilmour/Wright/Mason)
- "Mexico '78" (Gilmour)
- "Pan Am Shuffle" (Gilmour/Wright/Mason)