On May 23 and 24, when the Monaco Grand Prix was supposed to happen, French director Claude Lelouch, Scuderia driver Charles Leclerc, and a Ferrari SF90 Stradale came together in the streets of Monaco to create magic. The result of this encounter is a film titled Le Grand Rendez-Vous.
Inspired by Lelouch’s 1976 film C’était Un Rendez-Vous and its famous high-speed run through the streets of Paris supposedly in a Ferrari 275 GTB, this new movie brings together a young driver who came of age at Ferrari and the latest hybrid series with 1,000 horsepower.
The film was shot by a crew of 17 people using six iPhone 11 Pros, nine Go Pros, and one Sony Venice Camera. It features the two SF90 Stradales which came with their own technicians from Maranello.
His Majesty Prince Albert was also in attendance and as an avid motorsport fan enjoyed seeing sports car racing in the streets of his city.
Here is a preview of Le Grand Rendez-Vous.