Women can have fun in Las Vegas as well
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) September 25, 2014
In this revisited muscle car version of “Beauty and the Beast” we see Chloe Mortaud, Miss France 2009, sexier than ever, arriving to the racetrack by helicopter and going for a $99 high speed drifting ride-along in a Corvette Z06. At the end she is left with a feeling of euphoria after her unique adrenaline experience. “People see Las Vegas as a town reserved for men,” states Mortaud. “Women can have fun as well. This video offers an example of the kind of excitement women can have in Sin City.”
The stuntman behind the wheel is Romain Thievin, Chloe’s fiancé in life and Exotics Racing's CEO. With more than 150 movies under his belt and a recipient of the 2003 Taurus Stunt Award for his work as Matt Damon’s stunt double in “The Bourne Identity” (we all remember the famous car chase in Paris with the red Mini Cooper), Romain is used to high adrenaline shootings: “Pretty girls are not that innocent, he says. Miss France 2010, Malika Menard & Miss France 2013, Marine Lorphelin, came to the Exotics Racing track recently and they drove pretty fast.”
Directors Fred Henry and Fabien Sevin from Phaze Productions used all the tools at their disposal to create scenes that were more spectacular than ever: drone, gyroscopic effects, top of the line cameras, and high speed traveling. “Doing some donuts 5 feet under a flying stationary helicopter is not an easy task. There are some risks involved” says Romain. Speaking of risks, Chloe must have had a lot of trust in Romain to stay put while a 505hp Corvette Z06 was circling around her. The video is available for everyone to enjoy on Exotics Racing YouTube channel.
Happy couple and lucky parents, Chloe and Romain are already thinking about their next video. “We’ll see Matis, our 18 month old son, racing his dad in a minicar,” says Chloe. “Personally I would have liked him to play piano instead but it’s not going to happen. He loves everything with an engine and his first word was “car”.
About Exotics Racing: Founded by French stunt driver and racecar driver Romain Thievin and David Perisset, Exotics Racing brings you the original supercar track driving experience, with the world’s largest fleet of exotic cars. Launched in 2009 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Exotics Racing has hosted over 130,000 satisfied customers. Guests visit the track from around the world to drive today’s most exciting supercars with professional racing instruction on real race tracks in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Details for the racing school can be found on exoticsracing.com or by calling (702) 405-7223. Media Contact: Stephan Legrand, Communications Director, firstname.lastname@example.org