Doesn't a car like that just beg to be photographed with some focal plane distortion along with the smoking tires?
I saw that car in person in the late 90s, when they were running it with stub exhausts and preventing the rear springs winding up by chaining the rear axle to the frame. 12 cylinders of 122 cubic inches each makes a very interesting sound.
That last animated graphic is impressive, but I don't think it takes into account the upsidedown/reverse of the image at the focal plane.
don't be such a party pooper !
you should know that jacques henri was standing on his head
when he took the photograph, or a thief was holding him by the ankles trying to
shake all his francs free from his pockets, or he held his camera upside down trying to slow the shutter
down like you can with a speed graphic to get it to be slowish ... or ...