Watch for this sweet ride around the streets of Detroit May 28-30th.
Porsche icon Magnus Walker and his one-of-a-kind Urban Outlaw 911-T “277″ will be cruising the streets of Detroit May 28-30th. #automoto when you spot them.
Don’t miss a chance to see Magnus Walker and Camilo Pardo live onstage with Cuban racers Armando “Piti” Munnet Rodriguez and Carlos Alvarez Sanchez of the break-out documentary “Havana Motor Club” as we discuss the film and get their thoughts on Urban Rebirth. Live at the Fillmore on May 29th, 6pm.
Taking on the hosting duties in Detroit will be Dennis Pittsenbarger from Discovery Channel’s hit series “Highway to Sell.“ Pittsenbarger will welcome guests, automotive industry dignitaries, and locals through a three-day festival.
We would like to thank Reliable Carriers for helping to making this happen.
Here’s his latest video done by the guys over at egarage.
Thursday, May 28:
- Opening night VIP gala and screening and reception at the fabled Madison Theatre Building.
Friday, May 29 – The Fillmore Detroit:
- Screenings of “Magnus Walker – Urban Outlaw” and a special preview of the upcoming Camilo Pardo documentary “Fuel Injected” followed by an interview and panel discussion with both Magnus Walker and Camilo Pardo.
- “Havana Motor Club.” This break-out film tells a personal, character-driven story about Cuba’s vibrant community of underground drag racers and their quest to hold Cuba’s first official car race since the Revolution. It tackles how Cuba’s recent reforms — the owning of property, allowance of small businesses, and greater exchange between Cubans, Cuban Americans, tourists, and other foreigners — have affected the lives of these racers and their families.
- Interview and panel discussion with the filmmakers behind the Cuban documentary, “Havana Motor Club” followed by a meet and greet in the lobby of the Fillmore.
Saturday, May 30 – Cinema Detroit:
- “1” The definitive story of Formula 1 Motor Racing. This is the definitive story of Formula 1 Motor Racing: the world’s richest, most exciting and glamorous sport, drawing a global TV audience of 600 million viewers for each race and inspiring legions of loyal fans worldwide.
- “Going Attractions” Once a vibrant part of American culture, drive-ins reached their peak in the late 50s with almost 5,000 dotting the nation. Although drive-ins are experiencing resurgence, less than 400 remain. In a nation that loves cars and movies, his documentary asks: Why haven’t they survived?
- Plus many more feature and short films