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Monaco GP – Orchestral rehearsal

Monte Carlo, 24 May – Herbert von Karajan, one of the most famous orchestra conductors of all time, once said that the engine in his Testarossa didn’t make a noise, it played music. Today, we are about to hear a very special orchestra, both in terms of the instruments and the musicians. The Santander Bank which has been a Scuderia partner since 2010, wanted to pay tribute to the team with a tune composed around the characteristics of a Ferrari Formula 1 car, recorded during the running of a pit stop. Today, we publish just a taster. In order to listen to all of it and have it as a sound track to the Monaco Grand Prix, you will have to wait until Sunday: on the starting grid obviously!

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Orchestral rehearsal

Orchestral rehearsal

Herbert von Karajan, one of the most famous orchestra conductors of all time, once said that the engine in his Testarossa didn’t make a...