Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc has completed his filming run for the remake of the controversial short movie 'C'etait un Rendezvous', by lapping the Monaco Grand Prix Formula 1 circuit on Sunday.
Working on the newly-titled “Le Grand Rendez-vous” with French director Claude Lelouch, whose nine-minute film of a high-speed drive across Paris in 1976 led to his brief arrest, Leclerc took a Ferrari SF90 Stradale around the 2.074-mile lap at dawn of what would have been race day for the 2020 Monaco GP.
|Program||F1 News and Features|
|Episode title||Leclerc completes Monaco remake of controversial film|
|Date added||May 24, 2020|
|Related racing series||Formula 1|