Yesterday I saw Ford v. Ferrari, which tells the story of Ford’s attempt to win the Le Mans back in the sixties. One of the nicest scenes in a movie with many loud moments involved Ken Miles explaining the contours of the race to his son. Positioning is key. Which makes today’s Frazz by Jef Martlett both timely and funny.
Ford v. Ferrari is a great movie. Difficult to watch at times, particularly in the struggle between the corporate and the personal. That’s why it translates into such a great story, though.
(image from gocomics.com)