AixSponza: Red Bull F1 Singapore

To promote Red Bull’s upcoming F1 race in Singapore, Munich-based AixSponza recreated part of the island nation’s pristine downtown area and staged a virtual high-speed test lap starring Mark Webber.

The promo feels as much like a video game trailer as it does a driver’s introduction to the race—a fitting mix for the event and its demographic. Giving equal attention to the glittering architecture and the glistening cars, the cameras swoop dramatically in and out of the action for a cinematic aesthetic that’s epically svelte.

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Production Company:
Peter Clausen Film & Tv

Director: Peter Clausen

Animation Studio: Aixsponza

CD /Design VFX Supervisor
Manuel Casasola Merkle

VFX Director/ Edit
Christian Tyroller

TDs
Achim August Tietz

VFX Supervisor
Christian Stanzel

3D- Leadartist
Matthias Zabiegly

3D Operator
John Strieder
Sven Mai
Arpad Beres
Matthias Popp
Gianni Ciotola
Ingo Walde
Jan Haluszka
Christian Förg
Leonhard Akinbiyi

3D-Junior
Holger Aumüller
Tobias Szabo

Rigger
Fabian Rosenkranz

Animator
Philipp Strasser
Johnathan Ben Dor

Junior -Compositor
Jan Glöckner

Producer
Anne Tyroller
Eva Kunze

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Justin Cone

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Together with Carlos El Asmar, Justin co-founded Motionographer, F5 and The Motion Awards. He currently lives in Austin, Texas with is wife, son and fluffball of a dog. Before taking on Motionographer full-time, Justin worked in various capacities at Psyop, NBC-Universal, Apple, Adobe and SCAD.

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5 Comments

markk

forget the graphx, i wanna go singapore 2 see this thing!

boca

Great animation and camera angles.
Looks too much like a game trailer to me though.
Great piece nevertheless! :-D

Josie K

Really stunning work!
I have to agree that it goes more towards video game aesthetics than realism, which is fine I think. VRay also seems to do a terrific job here. Definitely have to look into that one day.
Nothing more left to say than: Go Sponzis!

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