A Hollywood film set descended on Blackbushe Airport during early 2012 as scenes were shot for new movie Rush, out in cinemas now
One of 2013's most eagerly awaited films, Rush, has been released this month.
Ron Howard's latest blockbuster used Hampshire's Blackbushe Airport, near Yateley, to recreate race scenes starring Chris Hemsworth as Britain's James Hunt driving for McLaren and Daniel Bruhl as Ferrari's Austrian world champion, Niki Lauda.
Filming at the aerodrome took place in early 2012, with sprinklers helping to soak the temporary circuit for the race starts.
Part of the old airstrip was transformed into a Formula 1 starting grid and pit lane.
Hart District Council chairman, Councillor Stephen Gorys, took his daughter, Emily, along to the set.
"I saw the film at a 'crew and actors preview screening' in Leicester Square in London on June 16," he said.
"The film is a great reconstruction of the era of high octane racing set in the 1975/76 season. The soundtrack and visual effects are incredible and it is a must-see for race car fans.
Between 50 and 100 people from Yateley and the surrounding area signed up to appear in the film as extras, while the crew received regular visits from councillors and schoolchildren on set.
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