At some point I considered making all my Giulietta films in black &white, and then keep the Bertone GT films in colour. But it didn't make sense, because the Giulietta's red hue makes it look so handsome on film. And then; the fast drive from Roskilde (see www.youngtimer.dk) to the AROC june meeting this thursday just looks so good in that old film format; b/w - and the car makes it look positively 1960's italian.
The evening before I had both car started for a photoshoot outside my garage. It was June 5th, the danish Constitution Day, and I had spent the day off fixing some rusty details on the Bertone - and the blue car had made a spot on the red car's numberplate; spitting soot out the exhaust pipe. See picture above and the video. Naughty car!
The Fast & Furious drive thursday evening was followed by a more relaxed outing saturday morning, when Oliver's C&C was inaugurated with his new ice cream garage and a wonderful turnout of cars all-sorts. It's a must for any saturday during summer - I hope I will find the time.
And this week I got another picture from my Nürburgring trip a fortnight ago; this time by Tim Robertz, who caught my car on the rainy friday between Pflanzgarten and Schwalbenschwanz (you gotta love those German names for their bends).