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Brian Redman, Sebring 1975

The Ferrari 250 GTO Speaks for Itself

1957 German GP

"Fangio’s Great Race"

Regarded by some as one of the greatest F1 races ever.

1955 Belgian Grand Prix

John Fitch
Legends of Road Racing

In memory of John Fitch, Dennis Koleber Productions would like to share an excerpt from the DVD "LEGENDS OF ROAD RACING".

Featuring: Sir Stirling Moss, John Surtees MBE, John Fitch, Vic Elford, Brian Redman and Hershel McGriff with Alain de Cadenet & Chris Economaki.
Moderators: David Hobbs, Sam Posey, and Host, Bill Warner.

John Fitch is truly legendary in every sense of the word and he will be greatly missed by his family, friends and car enthusiasts everywhere.

C'était un Rendezvous
(It was a date)

Click on CC to get subtitles. (French or English)

In 2006, Claude Lelouche was interviewed about his short film from 1976 “C'était un rendez vous”, a notorious nine-minute speed through the streets of Paris shot on a camera strapped to the front of his Mercedes 450SEL.

The word “rendez-vous” is French for “meeting” or “meeting place”. In English, primarily because the word is French and it sounds so much better than meeting, it also has sexual connotations.

In 1976, ten years after his Academy Award winning feature film A Man And A Woman, French filmmaker Claude Lelouch, released a much shorter film depicting a Ferrari being driven at dawn, non-stop, at very high speeds, through the streets of Paris for a rendezvous. He titled it C’etait un Rendez-vous or It Was A Date. It quickly became known, simply, as Rendezvous.

The film was immediately both a sensational hit and the source of great controversy. It was also the source of myths. Who drove the car? It was said that the Paris Police had an open arrest warrant for the driver. Which F1 driver? Johnny Servos-Gavin? Jackie Ickx? Jean-Pierre Beltoise? All denied it was he… but never with great conviction. Which Ferrari? Most viewers settled for whatever was their favorite of the period. A 250 SWB or a 275 GTB.

Thirty years later, in 2006, Lelouch retraces the route and discusses the film. Hit the little cc button under the screen for English subtitles and be prepared to be enlightened.

A thank you to Hugh Ruthven of The Finish Line for bringing this to our attention.

MMR at Amelia Island
Concours d'Elegance 2012

Highlights from the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance 2012 presented by Peter Bourassa

Formula 1 2011 BBC Start

With thanks to The Chicane for bringing this to our attention.

2011 Ferrari FF - Official video teaser

The official video of the new Ferrari FF. New FF is the successor to the 612th V12 engine, 4 wheel drive and 4 positions. Ferrari FF - New GT Car.

MMR Motor Moments Allard J2 Prototype

Peter Harholdt Can-Am Cars in Detail Collection

MMR Motor Moments: Dennis Koleber

Motorsports Marketing Resources Motor Moments. Video editorial with Peter Bourassa. Featuring Dennis Koleber.

Sorry...I Want a Ferrari

Battles of Villeneuve and Arnoux

A trip round Le Mans

A trip round Le Mans before the actual race in a Jaguar race car at pretty high speed.

Corvette ZR1s 7:26.4 Nurburgring Lap


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