When the class-winning 1960 #3 Briggs Cunningham Corvette returned to France in 2010, it marked the 50th anniversary of its historic victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Filmmaker Michael Brown documented the dream of renowned Corvette enthusiast Chip Miller in this feature-length saga of machine and man as well as the promise of a son to fulfill his father’s wish that was 50 years in the making. “The Quest” will make its worldwide premiere at Carlisle, PA on May 6th with proceeds benefiting the Chip Miller Charitable Foundation.
The documentary weaves together the stories that led to last summer’s emotional reunion in LeMans, France. A historic race car that was condemned to decades of obscurity was found after years of searching, restored and ultimately reunited with its 92 year old former driver.
The premiere of the film with take place at the Carlisle Theater on Friday, May 6th at 7:30pm. Seating will be limited so RSVP today. Tickets to the Premiere can be purchased through the film’s website: Quest Documentary.
We are told that this will be the only theater showing of “The Quest” so get your tickets now and help the Chip Miller Charitable Foundation continue its fight against the rare disease Amyloidosis.
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Winning 1960 Briggs Cunningham Corvette
The 1960 #3 Corvette Arrives in France for 50th Anniversary Celebration at Le Mans
[VIDEO] Rare 1960 GM Film Documents Corvette’s First Visit to Le Mans