- On a straight and narrow road flanked by camels Steven Kane, also known as Bentley Boy, took to the road for the race of a lifetime. In just over four hours, the professional driver made a beeline from Riyadh to Dammam in a journey that would cover 480km across the desert.
- Recreating the Bentley 'Blue Train' race by Captain Woolf Barnato's (a three-time Le Mans winner) from Cannes to Calais back in 1930, Steven and his Bentley GT V8 S convertable sprinted through Saudi Arabia to beat the country's only passenger train.
- While the race took place back in August, the images of the Bentley have just been released and the car itself will be availabe in the market from early 2016.
Bentley recreates great race of 1930 in Saudi Arabia
GT V8 S convertible was a vision on the horizon as it zoomed from Riyadh to Dammam
- Shannon Wylie
- Oct 8, 2015 1:02:48 PM