Monthly Archives: June 2010

A Daytona Dream – Drive Finalizing Feature Length Movie

Drive’s movie focused on the Level 5 racing team’s successful campaign at the 2010 Rolex 24 at Daytona is nearly complete.  The dream-team of drivers including Sebastien Bourdais, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Richard Westbrook and Lucas Luhr participated in the behind the scenes documentary focused on the 24-hour endurance race.  In addition, we recently signed Jason Priestley to do the voice-over for the film.  The documentary will broadcast on the Discovery Channel during the 4th quarter of this year so stay tuned for the date.

Advertisements

Drive Launches Promotion Videos for Legends of Motorsports Featuring Mario Andretti and Bobby Rahal

Drive has been fortunate to work with many amazing brands and people from around the world. An example is the work we did with racing legends Bobby Rahal and Mario Andretti at Barber Motorsports Park last month.

Mario Andretti and Matthew Barksdale

Mario Andretti and Matthew Barksdale

To learn more about the Legends of Motorsports, check out the website that Drive developed for the racing series:
www.LegendsOfMotorsports.com

Major Weekend for Drive – Shooting in Le Mans, France and Watkins Glen, New York

Drive has crews around the world this weekend shooting at two of the most historic venues in motorsports. One Drive team has been in Le Mans, France for the entire week shooting the famed 24 Hours of Le Mans. The actual race takes place on Saturday and Sunday but the week was filled with testing and parades. Le Mans features the greatest endurance drivers and cars from around the world.

The second Drive team is in Watkins Glen, New York working with Bobby Rahal and Zak Brown shooting the Legends of Motorsports event at The Glen. Watkins Glen is one of the most famous tracks in North America and the Legends of Motorsports event attracts drivers and historic cars from around the country.

Drive at LOM event at Watkins Glen with Bobby Rahal and Vic Elford

Drive at LOM event at Watkins Glen with Bobby Rahal and Vic Elford