This video brings the term "street racing" to a whole new level. We had told you about this commercial while it was being filmed in the beginning of February, but now we have the final product to share. In what was reported to be the most expensive television commercial ever created, Shell filmed a variety of historic Ferrari Formula 1 cars blasting through the streets of some of the world's greatest cities. The crew visited Rome, Monaco, Rio, Sydney, New York and Hong Kong during the month-long shoot. Called "Circuit," the two-minute ad celebrates 60 years of Shell and Ferrari working together (Free stickers work, too!). The incredibly vivid commercial is the brainchild of Partizan's Antoine Bardou Jacquet and producer David Stewart. The YouTubed version of the ad is available after the jump and the original better-quality clip can be had by right-clicking on the image above. Stickers are nice, but this is something very special. Make sure you turn your speakers up for this one, folks.
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