With the MotoGP United States Grand Prix just around the corner, the inhabitants of San Francisco have been able to see Stefan bradl on the back of the Honda RC213V. And what do you want me to tell you, yes, that the last Ken Block video shot in the same city will be cool that you shit a lot, but turn the speakers to full blast and hear that engine start…. it's like making tears come to your eyes.
The images are part of a promotional video for Red Bull (where the brand of drinks focuses on a camera, they always arm it), and in this extract we can see how it is done to travel part of Treasure Island Avenue with a wheel left over or descend the mythical street of Lombard Street sticking out knee. Because this street is indeed a full-fledged corkscrew, and with a few twists and turns.
The video is short, but always it is appreciated to be able to admire one of these frames outside her normal environment because… doesn't a model look prettier off the catwalks walking down the street? Or for them, isn't a singer better when you come across him at the airport?
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