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Scania: Skilled truck driver driving on the edge

The Scania Driver Competitions is a global competition engaging more than 40 markets to participate in finding the most skilled driver every other year. The driver has to complete a theory test and will then be invited to perform a skill test on their local market involving skills like maneuvering, fuel economy, cargo securing, defense driving etc. The winner will then compete in the finals in Södertälje, Sweden in mid-September 2012. http://www4.scania.com/sdc-2012/

Advertising Agency: CP+B, USA
Executive Creative Director: Gustav Martner
Associate Creative Director: Mattias Berg
Copywriter: Jim Connolly
Design Director: Christian Knutsson
Client Service Director: Kristian Jörgensen
Account Manager / Content Supervisor: Alexandra Moberg
Film producer Cecilia Svärd
Still photographer: Mattias Berg
Post production: Jörgen Bengtsson, Daniel Svärd
DOP: Paul Blomgren
Sound: Joacim Starander
Editor: Erika Gonzales
Color grading: Anders Hjelmström / Pixelpost

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5 comments

Hadrons's picture
Hadrons
5743 pencils

This driver is as cool as a cucumber. I like him. (He doesn't look bad either..)
where do I sign up ? ( I'll puke before)

THERE'S NO HEAVIER BURDEN THAN A GREAT POTENTIAL

Temple's picture
Temple
10281 pencils

What a view from inside his truck. And the contest is not bad either.

chuckieT's picture
chuckieT
680 pencils

3 mins?

vote4pedro's picture
vote4pedro
4601 pencils

I've seen basically the same video on Discovery. So while this is the most compelling piece they produced (which isn't saying much), it's not overly creative or original.

Layoneil's picture
Layoneil
9 pencils

Alright, first I wouldn't jump in that truck to film this driver, no matter what.

Second, even if I did I'll make sure to sit on the passenger seat, on the opposite side of the cliff,
so if the truck fall off...

But that's a bummer, because the cliff is changing side as you drive up the mountain !

Anyway, I wouldn't jump in that truck I'd rather walk !

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