The thrills and spills of motorsport have always made it a rich topic for the silver screen.
Ford v Ferrari is the latest to hit the cinemas, recalling the battle for Le Mans 24 Hours supremacy in the 1960s.
But how realistic is the racing action that you see in films?
Seven-time grand prix winner Daniel Ricciardo sat down with GQ to pore over Days of Thunder, Baby Driver, The Fast and the Furious, Talladega Nights, Driven and American Graffiti...
Wat vinden jullie?
Not sure how you took these modern racing flicks so seriously, Daniel. Thanks for that. But I wish you had picked the truly classic films like Frankenheimer's Grand Prix, Steve McQueen's Le Mans, or Bullit chase scenes through the hills of San Francisco.
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