Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc is about to have a job within the remake of controversial French film ‘C’etait un Rendevous’.
The streets of Monaco will likely be closed between 6.45 and 9am on Sunday morning — the day the Monaco Grand Prix was presupposed to be going down — to permit Leclerc participate within the filming of scenes for the mission being being directed by Claude Lelouch, the maker of the unique.
Lelouch’s 1976 nine-minute movie featured a high-speed drive by way of the streets of Paris, captured by a digital camera mounted to the entrance of his Mercedes 450 SEL. The movie noticed his automobile attain high speeds of 145 m/ph and have a number of near-misses with different automobiles and objects across the streets.
‘C’etait un Rendevous’ gained cult standing as Lelouch filmed it with out permission from Parisian authorities. It was successfully an underground film till it was formally launched in 2003.
This 12 months’s version of the Monte Carlo race was cancelled as a result of coronavirus pandemic. The F1 season is but to start out as a result of pandemic.
The sequence hopes to get underway with a behind-closed-doors Austrian Grand Prix on July 5.