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1:42.08 (1966)

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An early film by George Lucas during his USC days. It depicts a race car driver trying to qualify for a race. He finishes the lap in 1 minute 42.08 seconds.

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An early film by George Lucas during his USC days. It depicts a race car driver trying to qualify for a race. He finishes the lap in 1 minute 42.08 seconds.

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Pete Brock was a talented artist and designer and sometime race driver. He borrowed this 1100cc G Modified Lotus 23 for the shoot, apparently from a Navy Commander by the name of Gustafson. Brock explains the rather low 6000 rpm red line as being set so as not to strain the loaned engine. See more »

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Pete Brock drives a Lotus at Riverside.
9 May 2001 | by (Seattle, WA USA) – See all my reviews

USC film student George Lucas always liked cars. He hung around Carroll Shelby's firm enough to convince the Shelby Daytona designer, Pete Brock, to drive a borrowed Lotus around the Riverside track. There are no words in the movie, but see if you can read Pete's lips when he spins out.

Nice cinematography for a student.


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