In case you didn’t realize, the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix was supposed to happen this Sunday. Yeah… that’s a sad realization. The last time a Monaco Grand Prix didn’t happen was all the way back in 1954. However, Ferrari is still heading to Monaco but this time they’re bringing Charles Leclerc and Claude Lelouch with them. Lelouch is a French film director, writer and producer. Together, they will be shooting a new short film called “Le Grand Rendez-Vous,” inspired by his famous short film from 1976 “C’était Un Rendez-Vous”. Many see this film as the original street racing film. You can view this film, starring the Ferrari 275 GTB down below. Acting as the protagonist for this new film will be the Ferrari SF90 Stradale assumedly being driven by Leclerc. We’re excited to see Ferrari and Leclerc return to Monaco, even though it may be for a short film. Be sure to check back with us for the short film when it’s inevitably released in the near future!
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