Written by: Vitoria Kriegler
The Famous VS. The Winner
In the first half of the 1900s in the United States, “Ford” was synonymous with the American car. By the time the 60’s arrived, however, that name had started to lose some of its power as newer, more attractive models like Chevrolet and Ferrari gained popularity.
Refusing to loose for Ferrari and to accept his offenses about their actual models, Henry Ford II (Tracy Letts) invests on the idea of Lee Iacocca (John Bernthal) of start to build Racing cars for competitions like The Le Mans’s 24 hours Circuit of French, appealing to the help of no one besides Carrol Shelby (Matt Damon), once himself won the 24 Hours Circuit in 1959 and had already launched his first car, the Shelby Cobra CSX 2000.
— To be continued in our January 2020 issue of Cut Frame Magazine. —
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