If Steve McQueen had been asked to choose between being an actor or a driver, he would probably have chosen race tracks full of cars and motorcycles. The Key 2020 has discovered unpublished photos of the young actor arriving at a track in his 1957 Ford Fairlane, towing a trailer with a Porsche Speedster on top that he raced under the colours of a Californian dealer. Magnificent photos that make his true passion perfectly clear: Steve unloading the car and checking the engine oil, a real driver who dreamed of turning professional. And this passion also extended to motorcycles, to the point that when he competed at the 12 Hours of Sebring in 1970, together with Peter Revson in a Porsche 908, where they were arrived second overall behind the official Ferrari 512S driven by Andretti, Giunti and Vaccarella, he was suffering and in pain from a fracture. In fact, he had fallen from his bike but, in order not to be left out of the race, he hid his pain and went the entire distance in truly demanding conditions. A magnificent story worth discovering.