The 24 Hours of Le Mans is one of auto racing's Triple Crown — along with the Monaco Grand Prix and the Indianapolis 500. Held annually since 1923 on the streets near Le Mans, France, the race is the oldest active endurance competition in the world. The speeds are high, with cars reaching over 230 MPH, but this gorgeous footage is slow — showing the precision required to thread some of the best corners on the track.
Don't blink. There are a lot of references in the title opening for HBO's Silicon Valley. From the obvious tech company logos to the tiny, extremely subtle references, unless you pause it repeatedly, you'd never know they were there. Shots Fired did it for you, breaking down each one with a great explanation.