FIA Formula 3 European Championship
OUT NOW: Macau and The hidden side of Macau
“Vaillant: ruin and prison” screamed the newspaper headlines!
It was all terribly real for Michel Vaillant who was suspected of murdering his brother. But in jail Michel saw things clearly. He knew he had to reconcile his family after Jean-Pierre’s death, prove his innocence and give the Vaillant clan a future again.
After leaving prison he went to Macau to lay the groundwork of this revival with Sacha Fenestraz.
The suspense-packed scenario is by Denis Papière and Philippe Graton. Benjamin Benéteau took up the challenge of drawing all the illustrations of the book by himself including the personages, cars and decor. Only Jean Graton achieved this feat at the beginning of his career.
Macau and its collector issue The hidden side of Macau enriched with a 24-page dossier
and an innovative cover featuring Sacha Fenestraz are now on sale in book shops.
After sampling Formula 3, GP3 and Formula 1 this year, Sacha Fenestraz got behind the wheel of a V8 naturally-aspirated Audi RS 5 DTM. At the end of the 2018 season, Audi Sport and its DTM customer team WRT offered Sacha Fenestraz the opportunity to gather new racing...read more
In the wake of his podium finish in the Macau Grand Prix, Sacha Fenestraz headed for Abu Dhabi to continue his learning curve in GP3. It was his first outing on the Yas Marina circuit and the Renault Sport Academy driver accumulated the maximum amount of experience...read more
After a thrilling weekend - and sometimes a few troubling similarities with the scenario in Macau, the new Michel Vaillant comic strip book – Sacha Fenestraz finished third in the 65th Macau Grand Prix. Thanks to this result, the Franco-Argentinean concluded his...read more
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