Don’t know how to start your Saturday night? How about some looping vintage racing footage with contemporary chill music? Sounds good enough?
[UPDATED] This happened last night when I picked up a notepad and a pen with the purpose of drawing.
The "0" car had left quite a while ago, the people on the bridge were waiting eagerly. A small silhouette appeared beneath the ice-capped top of the mountain, followed by an angry grunt. It was a Citroen and it was approaching fast. "C'est Loeb!" shouted someone with a better eyesight. The King was coming through…
[UPDATE] Monte Carlo Rally from 1964. Can you guess all the cars?
How much can a technical sport change within four decades? Exactly this much.
This is how they rolled (literally) on Monte Carlo at the dawn of the 1960s. Set an hour aside to watch this blue-tinted, colour footage.
I am heading to the Monte Carlo rally and I am making sure you can send your trolling message to the world from there.
Claude Lelouch's highly acclaimed "Un Homme et une Femme" from 1966 tells the story of (watch this space) a man and a woman falling in love. A romantic film that would be the best movie on racing ever if it was an action flick.