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When you see old cars on display in a museum or at an event, it’s easy to forget that they’re machines that are meant to be driven and are still capable of providing as many thrills now as they were the day they rolled off the factory floor.
Thank goodness then, for events like the Monaco Historique. Without it, the world would be robbed of the privilege of seeing videos like the one below, which shows Nissan GT Academy driver Alex Buncombe throwing Juan Manuel Fangio’s Jaguar C-Type around the Monaco street track.
The footage, while shot with a static camera mounted on the car, is completely breathtaking. Despite the rarity and value of the car in his control, it’s clear that Buncombe’s only concern is getting the fastest time possible.
According to Jalopnik, it paid off too. Buncombe won the Series C race (for sportscars built between 1952 and 1955).
And believe me, as good as that car sounds on video, it sounds a hell of a lot better in person.