The superior man fosters his character by thoroughness in all that he does.

A spring succeeds in flowing on and escapes stagnation by filling up all the hollow places in its path. In the same way character is developed by thoroughness that skips nothing but, like water, gradually and steadily fills up all gaps and so flows onward.

Perseverance furthers

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FIRST DANCE – Derek Bell, 1970 Ferrari 512M

You never forget your first dance. Join us as we chronicle five-time 24 hours of Le Mans winner and British sports car racing legend Derek Bell’s 40 year reunion with his first – Jacques Swaters’ 1970 Ferrari 512M endurance racer at Goodwood’s Festival of Speed 2015, the car that began his sports car racing career.

Part two is scheduled to be released August 28th.

One Shot: Brandon Semenuk’s unReal Segment

To celebrate the release of unReal on iTunes (http://radi.al/unReal), Teton Gravity Research (TGR) and Anthill release one of the most acclaimed segments from the film. Widely recognized as the best slopestyle mountain biker in the world, Brandon Semenuk has become the first mountain biker to film a full segment in a single continuous shot. This uninterrupted shot was filmed by the most advanced gyro-stabilized camera system, the GSS C520, mounted to a truck on a custom road built next to a custom trail that took three weeks to build. This true cinematic achievement required perfect coordination between Semenuk, Anthill Films, and TGR with regard to athleticism, planning, timing and logistics.

Injured at the time, Semenuk only hit the full line once.

The historic moment was produced for unReal, the feature mountain bike film inspired by the unprecedented creative union of production companies TGR and Anthill Films, and the limitless imaginations of a group of the best mountain bikers in the world.

Le Mans in Stop Motion

For Audi, photographer Camden Thrasher has created a fascinating homage to motorsport in general and Le Mans in particular with his stop-motion film comprising over 1,100 images.