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    Default 25th Nov 2017 - Race to Immortality showing with Q & A with director/producer

    There will be a private showing of the documentary "Ferrari: Race to Immortality" this Saturday in Potters Bar, North London.

    Held at Studio 434 where you will also have the opportunity to view nearly 200 classic cars.

    The event will include:
    • Q&A session with the film’s director, plus a member of the research crew
    • Display of Ferrari's covering all decades and where members can include their own cars
    • Italian canape's, Prosecco, wine, beer, juice, soft drinks from Fino’s of Mayfair
    • Illy coffee and teas
    • Automotive artwork on display from top UK artists
    • Exclusive access tours to view the hundreds of other classic cars on display at studio 434

    Limited to 100 guests.

    Guests are invited to bring their Ferrari and park on the 4th floor where the film will be shown.

    www.ferrariracetoimmortality.com

    Tickets: £25 per person advance and £30 on the day

    To book your place, please email Michael Davies, London FOC Organiser at: londonfoc@gmail.com
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    Any idea what time of day it is Sy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by F355GTS View Post
    Any idea what time of day it is Sy?
    1 - 5pm

    Although if you have your Ferrari on display it will be earlier and later.

    I think the film itself starts at 3pm followed by Q & A

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    Wow - this must have been a fantastic event? How did it go?

    I only just watched the film at home and I found it very moving. I learnt a lot, and the way it was put together really brought it forward in time - it didn't feel like a grainy old historic piece but a really gripping drama unfolding today.

    I wish I had know about the event beforehand - would def have gone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayKayEll View Post
    Wow - this must have been a fantastic event? How did it go?

    I only just watched the film at home and I found it very moving. I learnt a lot, and the way it was put together really brought it forward in time - it didn't feel like a grainy old historic piece but a really gripping drama unfolding today.

    I wish I had know about the event beforehand - would def have gone!
    It was a great evening.

    Will post pics when I am next on the PC

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    Picked up a BluRay copy at the design museum on Sunday and settled in to watch it last night. Not my era at all but enjoyed seeing the classic road race footage and the classic road racers and GT which I have always liked more than the circuit cars. I have always thought road racing to be a much purer form as a driver can never see the same bend twice and I have always felt a lot of danger in circuit racing is it’s inherent repetitive nature. The weight of numbers on the grids of that era from Ferrari also impressed. Some parts were pretty grim as that era was but having lost millions of combatants in war the
    Loss of a few gladiators over a season must not have registered that hard at the time. I stopped watching at around 2/3rds in after the death of Collins who was the epitome of the Gentleman driver in every sense of the word. Contrast him with someone like Lewis Hamilton or Schumacher to see what was lost when he left the planet.

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    Blu-Ray I have (I think it's Blu-Ray ) is still in the cellophane. I need to watch it.
    What with my Box Set of The Prisoner, David Gilmour in Pompeii and this. It'll be Christmas before I get to it

    I'm not normally a disbursor of DVD's

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