Robinson, Peter
January 2008
Wheels;Jan2008, p43
The article comments on the Shell and Ferrari commercial entitled "Circuit," which features Ferrari Formula 1 cars in six international locations. He thinks that commercial is exceptional in the sense that it did not use special effects or overt computer-generated visuals. He appreciates the historical accuracy of the commercial, which excluded F1 cars during the time that Agip was the major fuel sponsor of Ferrari. He deems the Australian section as the weakest part of the commercial.


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