24 Hours of Le Mans in Stop-Motion, Made with 1,158 Photos

The 24 Hours of Le Mans is one of the racing world’s oldest, most famous, and most grueling races. Racing photographer Camden Thrasher covered the 2015 race last month and shot over 1,000 photos over the course of the day. Afterward, he took 1,158 of the photos he shot and turned them into this stop-motion video for Audi.

Audi calls the work “a fascinating homage to motorsport in general and Le Mans in particular.”

Last year, Thrasher made a stop-motion video of Le Mans in black-and-white for DRIVE:

You can find more of Thrasher’s photography over on his website, where he writes that he attended his first Le Mans in 2000 and then picked up photography the following year.

(via Audi Deutschland via Reddit)

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