The young Ferrari driver star Charles Leclerc shot on Sunday a remake of a controversial nine-minute 1976 short movie that took place originally on the streets of Paris. As 44 years ago the director was Claude Lelouche. But the scene was Montecarlo. It happened in the same day was supposed to be held the F1 GP. Leclerc drive around the grand prix circuit in an SF90 Stradale, hitting speeds of 150mph (240kmh).
While all the fans are waiting for the real start of the 2020 season (probably July 5th, Austria), all the F1 teams are working hard also on the 2021 Championship. Last week the teams agreed on a new budget limit from 2021. This limit will be set at $145m in 2021, dropping to $140m in 2022, then $135m for 2023–25. A further agreement will set the limits starting from 2026.