WATCH: Charles Leclerc turns movie star in ‘Le Grand Rendez-Vous’ remake

WATCH: Charles Leclerc turns movie star in ‘Le Grand Rendez-Vous’ remake

Is there one thing else Charles Leclerc can’t cease? He speaks a pair of languages fluently, is dashingly resplendent, is exceptionally snappy within the relieve of the wheel of a Plot 1 automobile – and has now made his acting debut in a brand new rapid film.

The younger Ferrari driver stars in a remake of Claude Lelouch’s 1976 cult film C’etait un rendez-vous, which famously substances a continuous, single eight-minute shot taken from the front bumper-mounted digital camera of a truly rapid-transferring automobile being pushed throughout the streets of Paris.

Susceptible Ligier driver Jacques Laffite became once rumoured to were within the relieve of the wheel within the distinctive film, a claim which Lelouch has denied (he says he did the riding himself) whereas the automobile is declared to were Lelouch’s enjoy Mercedes 450 SEL, with the sound then overdubbed with the engine noise of a Ferrari 275GTB.

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It’s some distance declared Lelouch shot the distinctive very early one Sunday morning since his inquire of to shut the roads became once refused, however for his 2020 remake, entitled Le Gigantic Rendez-Vous he had the corpulent cooperation of the Monaco authorities to film on the streets of the Principality.

And this time, moderately than win within the relieve of the wheel himself, Lelouch enlisted Leclerc to tempo a Ferrari SF90 Stradale correct throughout the roads feeble for the Monaco Gigantic Prix circuit – and even convinced HSH Prince Albert II to win a cameo look.

Test out the corpulent film within the video above.

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