The Group C Porsche 962 is an iconic race car to say the least. In the 80's it won countless Le Mans races and to this day holds a very special place in car enthusiasts hearts. One particular Japanese car enthusiast loves this car so much that he can't keep this race car restricted to circuit duties only. He feels the overwhelming need to spend much more time with it, on the streets!
Disclaimer : No speed limits or local Japanese road rules were broken during the filming of this movie.
Disabled parking : We had permission to park the 962C in the disabled parking area on private property. No disabled people were put out of parking during the short period of time we occupied the space.
All music within this film was purchased and we own the rights to distribute through any forms of media.
It was tough. For the drivers. For the teams. And also for us... The 2013 edition of the 24 Hours Nürburgring has been a fight against extreme weather conditions. The race had to be stopped in the night because of heavy rain and fog. In the end it was a 15 hour race... After the re-start in the morning, the rain kept pouring down on the Eifel.
This film is a tribute to all the people that love the "Ring" and this very special race. The campers that defied the mud and moisture. The drivers that were couraged enough to stay on the throttle with zero visibility and hardly any grip. And the mechanics that were struggling with their tiredness. Everyone was chasing his personal dream...
Here's the track list: The whole thing starts with Sigur Ros and "Takk" that's blended into Lusine Lci's "Headwind". The race gets underway with "Hyena" by the Cinematic Orchestra. FC Kahuna takes us into the night with "Hayling", followed by Lusine Lci with "Stones Throw." The Bloody Beetroots give us their wake up call with "Butter", then "Neon" again by Lusine Lci. Last track is "All That You Give" by the wonderful Cinematic Orchestra. Hope you like it!
Special thanks go out to our "Dream Team" that braved the weather:
Julius Jacoby // Karsten Schnölzer // Nick Hahne // Siegfried Breuer // Thomas Nösner // Rico Novara
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