This fascinating video portrays the story of how two Siamese Princes, Prince Bira and his cousin Prince Chula established the Whitemouse team and took on the top racing drivers of the '30s. Bira won the BRDC Gold Star three years in succession and Siam's name became well-known. One dream remained - to race Romulus in front of their home crowd. In 1939 Chula had finalised plans for the Bangkok GP when WWII intervened. 50 years later Prince Chula's daughter, Narisa Chakrabongse, fulfilled her father's dream. 15 historic racing cars were assembled for the Bangkok Historic GP, a two-part event held on the original intended circuit through the streets of Bangkok and at the modern Pattaya International circuit. Superb!